Puma Hike

Explore Patagonia

Spectacular Nature

Full-Day Tour

Journey through the stunning Torres del Paine National Park in search of the majestic – and elusive – puma. Witness snow-capped mountains, sparkling blue lakes, and countless wild animal species. Get up close and personal to the breathtaking beauty of the South of Chile!

What You'll See

Glaciers & Icebergs

Guanaco, Llamas, & Countless Other Species

The Elusive Puma (We Hope!)

South Andean Deer

The Andes Mountain Range

Laguna Azul & Laguna Amarga

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Trip Details

Trip Details


323.000 CLP | 460 USD

Departure Time

High season: 5:30 – 6:00am

Because it dawns later in the low season, the meeting time will change to 7:00 – 7:30am. The rest of the itinerary remains normal.

Meeting Point

Meeting point agreed upon via email or centrally located Hotel Puerto Natales

Drop Off

Hotel Puerto Natales


High season: October to April
Low season: We run in low season upon request. Please get in touch to organize your puma adventure.

Group Size

Min 4 | Max 10

Min Age



  • Private transfer
  • Entrance fees
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Snacks
  • Trained puma specialist
  • Local guide

What to Bring

  • Hiking boots
  • Hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Jackets (be prepared for rain and wind – Patagonia is notorious for its changing weather)

About the Guides

You will be accompanied by expert guides dedicated to the conservation of the puma in Torres del Paine National Park.

Journey through Torres del Paine in Search of the Elusive Puma

Awaken bright and early to meet your English-speaking guide at the meeting point previously agreed upon via email. If pick-up is at your hotel, we will collect you at 5am (or earlier, depending on your location). Once we’re all set, we’ll head off to spectacular Torres del Paine! Known for its soaring mountains, glaciers and icebergs, yellow grasslands, and rare wildlife, this national park is a nature and adventure lover’s playground.

Our top priority today is to explore the park in search of the elusive puma. If we’re lucky enough to find one, we’ll spend a short time (so as not to disturb the natural balance) taking photos and admiring this majestic creature. If we’re not lucky enough to encounter the puma during this time, we will make short treks in the hope of success.

Lunchtime is yours to do as you please. Either return to your hotel for some lunch and rest, or explore various lakes in the region. Gray Lake, declared an International Biosphere Reserve, boasts a huge expanse of water scattered with floating icebergs and is truly out of this world. Here you can explore the area in search of the South Andean deer, or simply take photographs of the spectacular landscapes. We’ll continue our exploration of the park, visiting spectacular locations such as Laguna Azul and Laguna Amarga. Take in views of snow-capped mountains from across these turquoise lakes, witness hundreds of guanacos grazing free, and admire the llamas, birds, and countless other species native to the area. We’ll finish this magical day with a final search for the majestic puma.

Don't Forget!

  • Our guides can speak English, Spanish, and German
  • Please let us know in advance if you have any medical conditions so that we can be fully prepared for the tour
  • Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements. We can cater to vegetarians and vegans if you let us know in advance
  • Flecha Extrema aims to be as inclusive as possible because the beauty of Chile should be accessible to all. Please get in touch if you have a group with special requirements, and we will try our best to accommodate your needs
  • Flecha Extrema is not responsible for lost items
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