KAYAK GREY GLACIER

Torres del Paine National Park

USD 171 per person (from September)

*** EXCLUSIVE FOR PEOPLE WHO STAY IN REFUGE OR CAMPING GREY *** 

Important information

Location: Grey Lake and Glacier, Torres del Paine National Park.

Availability: From September to April.

Duration: Around 2.5 hours.

Difficulty: Medium-Low.

Capacity:  Groups from 2 to 16 people.

Departure times: 8.00am, 11am and 4.30pm

– Only for people between 14 and 65 years old.

– The departure time could change depending on weather conditions.

Included / Not Included

Included: Equipment (Double kayaks – Neoprene suits – Paddling jackets – Neoprene boots – Neoprene mambas – Skirts – Paddles – Life jacket – Helmets – Dry bags), guide, snack and a hot drink.

Not included: Park entrance fee, transports, navigations, food.

National park tickets can be purchased here www.pasesparques.cl

recommendations

Base layer (bottom & top) so that you can wear the wetsuits over the top, sunglasses.

This excursion is ideal for people who already have at least one night scheduled at the Refugio or Camping Grey.

In the base camp you will dressed with a neoprene suit, waterproof jacket and boots, poggies (kayak gloves), skirt, life-jacket. In a safety briefing you will get to know your kayak, paddle, route and conditions.

On lake Grey your kayak excursion will involve paddling around the large floating icebergs, aiming towards the east side of the glacier and getting pretty close to the giant ice wall. While you are resting and enjoying this incredible place your guide will offer you a snack and a hot drink. If weather conditions permit, we drive along the island called nunatak on our way back to the base camp.

This is an ideal excursion for people who already have planned spending one night at Grey camping o shelter.