Starting on the eastern side of the national park at Sarmiento Lake Lookout, the second largest lake in the national park, to take incredible pictures and marvel at this natural wonder. From there, you will hike to see cave paintings from more than 6,000 years ago. On your hike, you will see a spectacular view of the Paine towers that give Torres del Paine its namesake. Also, on your hike you will see Blanquillos Lagoon which is known as the nesting and feeding grounds for many endemic birds such as ducks, black-necked swans and geese. To reward your hard work, enjoy a refreshing boxed lunch near the Sarmiento gatehouse.
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