Perito Moreno and Los Glaciares National Park, located just outside of El Calafate, are a must see for any visit to Patagonia. This expansive national park is home to virgin forests of indigenous trees, massive southern ice fields and dozens of glaciers. The most popular glacier is Perito Moreno, which can be admired from the shore, on board a boat or even by foot on an ice trekking adventure. If you want to relax and enjoy views of the famous Fitz Roy massif, head to the small town of El Chaltén.Browse Sample Trips
Located on the shores of Nahuel Huapi Lake lies the charming town of Bariloche, an ideal base camp to explore the surrounding trails, activities and mountain vistas. During December to February in the summer, is a great time to escape the cold of the northern hemisphere and enjoy activities such as mountain biking, kayaking, hiking and soaking up the warmer weather. If you are interested in snow sports, such as skiing or snowboarding, winter runs are best between mid June to early October.Browse Sample Trips
Heading down the southern coast of Patagonia showcases a rich marine life and rugged coast lines. Southern Right Whales can be observed calving in the southern winter, July to September, just off the coast of Puerto Madryn. Other wildlife species such as elephant seals, orcas, sea lions and fur seals call this region home as well. In fact, it houses the largest colony in the world of the famous Magellanic penguins, making it a premiere wildlife destination for viewing and learning.Browse Sample Trips
Crossing over the Andes into Chile, you can gain an entirely different perspective of the Patagonia region. Home to the famous Torres del Paine National Park, Chile's Patagonia offers a diverse set of activities and accommodations. From hexagonal yurt domes at EcoDomes, which constitute a rustic boutique lodge with stunning views, to the luxury and new age architecture of Tierra Patagonia, Chilean Patagonia offers a perfect blend of extravagance and adventure.Browse Sample Trips
Argentina is a land of dramatic contrasts. Not only home to Tierra del Fuego and Patagonia, Argentina offers a wide variety of things to see and do, such as wine tasting in Mendoza or getting up close and personal with the massive waterfalls of Iguazu. As the eighth largest country in the world, there are plenty of sights to see and explore. Argentina’s culture is rich in history and is a melting pot of immigrants from around the world. Our Travel Specialists have hundreds of ways for you to extend your time in Argentina, so don't hold back any longer...and start planning today!Browse Sample Trips
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