Patagonia is one of the most sparsely populated areas in the world. Almost literally at the “end of the world”, we found ourselves surrounded by mesmerizing natural beauty at Torres Del Paine National Park. Surrounded by spectacular mountains, sapphire blue lakes, crystal clear rivers, amazing waterfalls and radiant blue glaciers…Torres Del Paine National Park is unlike anything I have ever seen before. Located just about 70 miles (112 km) from Puerto Natales, the park is easily accessible. One of the most popular activities at he park is trekking. The park is home to the famous “W” trek. I am not much of a trekker, so I opted for a simple day trip to the park. A full day of sightseeing around the park left me speechless. The natural beauty and wild life of the park are unbelievable. Even though 80% of Patagonia is covered by steppes and low hills, Torres Del Paine National Park is a whole different world. No trip to Patagonia is complete without seeing the stunning natural wonder!