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Patagonia – Torres del Paine National Park in particular – is an incredible destination for solo travelers.
It was my “big” trip last year. Flying to Santiago, enjoying colorful Valparaiso, taking the Navimag Ferry through the fjords south to the Puerto Natales and, finally, hiking in Patagonia.
I have written many posts about it. You will find a summary in this Solo Travel Chile Guide that I put together.
But here, I'd like to share with you the experience of hiking the fantastic Torres del Paine.