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A little bit about Patagonia

Patagonia, a scenic region located within Southern Argentina and Chile is one of the world’s last great wildernesses. A place of incredible natural beauty, awe-inspiring landscapes, a true nature lovers paradise just waiting to be discovered.

Stretching over 1,800 kilometres from the volcanic region south of Santiago down to Tierra del Fuego and Cape Horn, it covers over a million square kilometres. This vast natural reserve is home to nature in its purest state. Be awed by the majestic peaks of the Andes and the towering glaciers of the southern ice-fields, to the remote Patagonian steppe and the southern island of Tierra del Fuego. From nature reserves to national parks this truly is a region of unspoilt beauty, a breathtaking and unforgettable adventure.

Choose from our range of unique trips or contact us and we’ll be happy to tailor the perfect itinerary to suit your requirements. 

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When is the best time to visit Patagonia?

The best time to plan a tour to Patagonia is between November and March, during the summertime in the southern hemisphere. Avoid visiting between June and August (winter time) due to the closure of most of the attractions and low temperatures. 

Do I need to be fit when visiting Patagonia?

It depends on the treks you wish to complete. You can always choose treks with low level of difficulty or challenge yourself with more difficult ones. However, it is always recommended to train yourself before going hiking, so you have the confidence to know your capabilities before you set off. 

What do I need to pack when visiting Patagonia?

It is recommended to wear layers that can easily be taken off when it gets warmer as well as always carry a windproof/waterproof jacket. Also, good hiking boots and a hat are essential items to take with you. Before the trip we will provide you with the list of necessary packing depending on the tour. 

Is it safe to travel to Patagonia?

Regarding security the region is safe, however, a greater risk is due to the isolation. When travelling always make sure to contact a ranger or any other person in the region to let them know about your journey and its estimated duration. 

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Some of the main Attractions

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Torres Del Paine

The undisputed highlight of Chilean Patagonia, this UNESCO biosphere reserve is famous for its magnificent jagged peaks, granite monoliths, glacial lakes and world class trekking. For non-trekkers the park can be explorer by vehicle, boat or horse.

El Calafate

El Calafate is a small town offering all sorts of outdoor adventures. The most famous attraction is a spectacular glacier, Perito Moreno Glacier, located in the Los Glaciares National Park in southwest Argentina.

El Chalten

Known as the National Capital of Trekking, El Chalten is a small colorful mountain village visited by thousands of trekkers every year that come to explore excellent trails starting right there. Stunning views over mountains guaranteed.

The Lakes District

This region of Chile and Argentina is surrounded by spectacular forests, mountains and lakes as far as the eye can see. There is a huge range of adventure activities available throughout this region such as hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, horse riding.

Tierra Del Fuego

The most remote and wild place in Patagonia. Windswept and rugged the scenery is a breathtaking mix of jagged mountains, beech forest, lakes and sweeping tundra; and the area is home to a wide range of sub-Antarctic wildlife.

The Carretera Austral

Chile’s “Southern Road” is said to be South America’s best road trip. This remote and unspoilt region in the sub-tropical western Andes is a true indication that Patagonia is one of the world’s last great wildernesses.

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