Multisport Tour Route of Parks Chile



14 days






November to April

USD $6.765

Per person in DBL

14-Day Multisport Tour Route of Parks, Patagonia

A lifetime experience exploring on foot, bike, and kayak the most spectacular landscapes of northern and southern Patagonia. This exclusive program covers and connects the wild and diverse landscapes of two Scenic Routes: The Lake and Volcano Route + Route of Parks of Patagonia.

In this tour you will discover Torres del Paine National Park, the lush and exuberant temperate rainforest of the Pumalin Park, and a stunning starting at the foot of active volcanoes covered by unique forests of giant Araucaria trees in Conguillío National Park.
Nature, diversity, local communities and interaction with the culture of Patagonia, while giving back and supporting rewilding experiences leaded by our local experts. This is a featured program in some of the best parks that make up the Route of Parks of Patagonia and The Lake and Volcano District. An unforgettable multi-sport adventure where you can be sure to discover new paths in Patagonia!

Route of Parks of Patagonia Multisport Tour Highlights

  • Hike Through the Araucaria forests of Conguillío National Park
  • Meet and learn about the Mapuche indigenous communities
  • Biking the Scenic Route of the Seven Lakes Circuit
  • Rafting at the Petrohue River
  • Rewilding and local communities
  • Exploring the Patagonian fjords region
  • Hike Pumalín Park: Route of Parks of Patagonia
  • Hike to the base of the Torres Del Paine
  • Kayaking through the icebers and glacier of Grey Lake


  • Fixed rate for group departure dates: USD $6.765 per person based on double occupancy
  • Single Supplement: USD $455
  • Tour departs with a minimum of 4 people
  • Private departures available upon request with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 12 travelers.
  • Private rate: USD $9.245 per person based on double occupancy
  • Rate valid for 2 travelers in a private tour

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As member of the Adventure Travel Trade Association, we apply the Health and Safety Guidelines to all our tours. Read more about our COVID-19 protocols.

We are aware that planning ahead your next trip to Chile might be difficult in these extraordinary times. Rest assured, as we have updated our booking policies. This will allow you to purchase safely your next vacations. We have removed all non-refundable booking fees. All our rates have been locked-in until 2022. If you make a deposit and cannot travel, you can always use that money as credit with us and use it within the next 24 months.


Private departures available upon request with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 12 travelers.

  • Professional tour guide (7:1 guest-to-guide ratio, 2 guides for 8+ guests) 
  • Private transportation with trailer & bicycle rack (up to 9 guests per van in a 15-seat vehicle)
  • 01 night accommodation at La Baita Lodge, Conguillío National Park
  • 01 night accommodation at Terraza Suite Hotel, Villarrica City
  • 01 night accommodation at 381 Boutique Hotel, Panguipulli City
  • 01 night accommodation at Las Cascadas Lodge, Lake Llanquihue
  • 03 nights accommodation at Mero Gaucho Hotel, Puerto Varas City
  • 02 nights accommodation at Caleta Gonzalo Cabins, Pumalín Park
  • 02 nights accommodation at Vendaval Hotel, Puerto Natales City
  • 02 nights accommodation at Chile Nativo Riverside Camp, Torres del Paine National Park (comfortable double deluxe tents with 2 inflatable mattresses, shared men/women bathrooms, all bedding, fresh linens, and personal towels)
  • Meals as per itinerary (13 breakfasts, 13 lunches and 12 dinners)
  • Amity’s zero waste on-route snacks including: drinking water, local beer, isotonic drinks, trail-mix, fresh fruit and home-made energy bars
  • Gratuities at restaurants and hotels
  • Road cycling, hiking, kayaking 
  • Bike rental: road bike or hybrid bike choice. E-bikes available (additional cost: USD $200)
  • Hiking poles, biking helmet, pedals and water bottles
  • Basic bicycle parts (cable housing, spare tubes and tires)
  • All kayaking equipment (double kayaks, neoprene gloves, paddling jackets, life jackets, skirts, and neoprene boots)
  • Certified Kayaking Guide
  • Entrance fees to national parks
  • Medical and accident insurance with MetLife Seguros



  • International and local flights
  • Travel and trip cancellation insurance
  • Other bicycle parts and components (derailleur, crankset, fork, etc)
  • Extra beverages & cocktails
  • SPA and Laundry services
  • Gratuity for local team. At the end of the trip, gratuity for the crew for a job well done is highly appreciated. We encourage you to use your discretion and tip according to the caliber of service you receive. As a guideline, the industry standard is $80 dollars per person, per guide





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