Kayaking down the Rio Serrano is a wonderful experience and for the lucky few a fitting finale to a few days of hiking.
Some people choose to enter the national park via the Rio Serrano, taking a Zodiac boat down the river. One example is this 14 day trek in Torres del Paine.
Also, the Serrano River is a great area for fly fishing, in the shadow of the Paine Massif. The most common fish here is the Brown trout, but you can also find some Rainbow trout and the huge Chinook Salmon, all of which can be fished by wading into the river.
Photos of Rio Serrano
Map of Rio Serrano
Trips that visit Rio Serrano
Experience the true Patagonian lifestyle on horseback; riding through forests and lagoons to see the sights. You will stay in estancias experiencing authentic Patagonian BBQ and camp in domes by the shore, as well as visiting the Salto Las Chinas…
- 6 Days
Our expert guides make it possible to follow the majority of the W route and experience its highlights in the winter months, in spite of chillier conditions and limited services. You'll have the snow-covered park almost all to yourself -…
- 5 Days
A chance to combine the best of the famous W Trek trail with sea kayaking past icebergs, rock-climbing beside a glacial lagoon, and ice-hiking over the enormous Glaciar Grey. A 10-day adventure challenge that is far from typical, you'll…
- 10 Days
A great multi-sport extension to the W-Trek including an Ice-Hike on Glacier Grey and Kayaking Lago Grey. All logistics and reservations are taken care of for you, but you can still enjoy the freedom of exploring independently. 4 Nights in…
- 5 Days