Lake Nordenskjold is a natural beauty that exists in southern Chile that impresses all travelers by the color of its waters and the imposing landscapes that can be seen. It is located in the XII Region of our country, inside the Torres del Paine National Park.
His name mentions the Swedish Otto Nordenskjold, who discovered the lake at the beginning of the 20th century.
The most representative vegetation is Mata Barrosa, Mata Negra, Senecios, Calafate and Estepa, among others. You can find a variety of birds such as the condor, eagle, black-necked swan, flamingo, Martín Pescador and diuca, who are mainly in the lake and lagoons. For those who are lucky, they can meet guanacos, ñandú and pumas.
Nordenskjold Lake is a perfect destination to explore its surroundings and witness it from afar to capture the natural color that it brings to Torres del Paine National Park. You can make excursions, horseback riding, trekking and camping in established areas, a wonder that exists in the south of our country.