Beautiful nature and we were lucky with the weather, it only rained once. However, windbreakers are a must and it is likely to go from one layer to up to three within one single hike. The guide was not informative enough, especially when asked questions rather than him giving the talk or reading out of papers. The hotel accommodation in Torres Del Paine should become an option. We upgraded ourselves privately and were happy to have done so as we had a private room and ensuite bathroom to come back to after a long hihe to see the Towers. There were some long drives on the trip but all were comfortable and I do not think we could have seen as much without them. Too little food was included and breakfast very poor throughout the whole trip. Both Chile and Argentina very expensive, a hamburger with chips would easily cost US$25, so we ended up spending US$50 a day just on snacks, drinks and one cooked meal. Giving the price of the holiday to start with, one would expect more to be included. We felt like backpackers, while the cost of the trip would suggest a higher than an average standard of both the accommodation and the meals. However, all in all it was good. The guide should have been more communicative and more of the meals should have been included, but the nature was stunning and we had a good visibility at almost all places we visited.