Must Do/See

Perito Moreno
Perito Moreno

The world's most impressive glacier, the Perito Moreno, is 80 km away from the city of El Calafate. There, from an impressive viewpoint you will want to spend hours simply watching and listening to the thunder of falling ice pieces.

Torres del Paine
Torres del Paine

An iconic mountain massif, lakes with incredible colours, dozens of astonishing viewpoints and fascinating trekking paths. You will never want to leave!

Trekking

El Chalten. This small town is called "The Capital of Trekking". Although you can choose from more than 50 paths El Chalten is more than trekking. History, panoramic views, flora and fauna and the tipical Argentinian "asado" should also be part of your stay.

Ushuaia
Ushuaia

Southernmost city of the world Ushuaia offers panoramic views, boat trips, birdwatching, trekking, skying and a lot more. You will hear languages from all over the world while you are here, in "world's end".

Whales
Whale Watching

From june to october, in Valdes Peninsule, you can navigate in zodiacs just a few meters away from whales as big as a school bus, females nursing their calfs or males calling attention looking for mating partners. Whale watching in Valdes is beyond explanation.

Penguins
Penguins

Penguins have become a simbol of Patagonia. Although they live two thirds of the year in the sea, far away from this region, they return every November till march to mate and feed their chick. Their colonies hold hundreds of thousands in very specific places.

Skiing

With more than 10 sky centers Patagonia offers a number of alternatives at different altitudes and latitudes with a season exactly opposite to that in the Northern hemisphere.

Estancia
Estancia

Pioneers started to arrive to Patagonia at the beginning of the 20th century and created the firts Estancias (ranches) Today many invite you to visit them and learn their heritage.

Gaucho
Gaucho Experience

Gauchos were and still are key for the develpment of both Patagonia and the Pampa (Buenos Aires). Eat an asado, have a mate, see informal horse races and the local malambo (Gaucho dance).

Puerto Deseado
Puerto Deseado

Called the Galapagos of Patagonia, this small town offers the most diverse fauna of the region and amazing rock formations that were described by Darwin almost 200 years ago

Ruta 40
Ruta 40

Route 40 is a legend in Argentina. It runs for nearly 5.000 km from north to south, half of it in Patagonia. Along it beatiful little known spots are waiting for you to discover them.

Carretera Austral
Carretera Austral

This legendary Chilean route crosses 2.000 km of virgin rain forest. Lakes, glaciers and small fishing villages offer an experience nowhere else to be found

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