Patagonia Travel

Mountains are reflected in crystal clear lakes. The primal sound of melting, cracking glaciersGauchos gallop by, through the green tundra planes with endless vistas. You are surrounded by mountain walls with jagged peaks and are rewarded with an awe-inspiring panorama. Nature is serene, abandoned and rough. In the sky, condors circle over the snowy mountain peaks.”

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Pure nature

Admire the mountainous masterpiece of Patagonia, the Torres del Paine national park. Travel to this wilderness to paddle between colossal icebergs or pass by the spectacular landscapes during a trail of one or more days. Camp in the park beside mountain streams or stay in one of the comfortable refugios.

Patagonia also offers a variety of glaciers. One of the largest is the Perito Moreno; sail past this chilling phenomenon and see the large chunks of ice crumble. Or make a road trip across the famous Carretera Austral.

Curious about the most southern tip of the world? Travel to Ushuaia. From this southernmost city in the world, it’s possible to make cruises to Antarctica, but you can also enjoy fantastic hikes to world’s end.

Experience Patagonia

  • Patagonia covers the south of Argentina and Chile
  • Best time to travel: November to April
  • Patagonia is not at a great altitude and is accessible to all levels, it offers challenging mountain ranges for die-hard hikers, but is also extremely suitable for one-day hikes.
Some examples of trips for inspiration, can be completely customised to your wishes.
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