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Patagonia eBike Tour with Ottsworld

torres del paine ebiking tour

Join me on an epic journey to Torres Del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia! I’m so excited to offer this unique way to experience and see the park as well as immerse yourself in the estancia culture of the region.

In 2023, I took did this trip as a trial run to work out the kinks and to promote it as a new way to see Patagonia. It ended up being one of my favorite trips I’ve ever taken, and I didn’t want it to end. I loved everything about this adventure – it spoke to me in so many ways – through culture, adventure, challenge, wildlife, friendships, food, and remote landscapes – all wrapped up in a great journey to get to Torres del Paine. I knew immediately that I would offer this as an Ottsworld tour because it was everything I love about travel – and I wanted to share that with others.

torres del paine ebiking tour
Arriving in the park on the last day!

Overview, Dates, and Costs

The itinerary offers a perfect blend of outdoor exploration, cultural, and culinary experiences.

In March 2025, we’ll have the first Ottsworld Patagonia eBike tour!

  • Ride Into Authentic Patagonian Estancias
  • Interact with Local Baqueanos and Culture
  • Bike 129 miles along Patagonian Steppe
  • Enjoy e-bikes and a specialized guide along the ride
  • 24/7 Support Vehicle
  • Delight in Local Meals Prepared by Our Own Chef On Board or Local Barbeque at Estancias
  • Astounding Views of Torres del Paine National Park and wildlife
  • Immerse Into the Iconic Baguales Mountain Range

Starting in the small town of Puerto Natales you’ll embark on electronic mountain bikes for 5 days, biking from estancia to estancia, towards Torres Del Paine National Park. Each day you will have the opportunity to see wildlife, meet locals, and see the famous torres (towers) of the Paine Mountain Range. You’ll find a delicious dinner, and unique lodging at the end of every day along with some famous Chilean wine! You’ll also have the opportunity to learn more about the estancia culture and how it fits into Patagonia’s history, and there will also be some opportunities to hike.

While all of the other tourists are fighting the crowds on the W trek, we’ll be riding in wide open spaces with no one else around except herds of wild horses, guancos, sheep, condors, and ria birds. We’ll enjoy some of the best views of the park from a distance in the heart of the grasslands. Each day we get closer and closer to the towers and the park entrance, and on the last day we enter the park through a little known entrance,…

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