The Land of Explorers

In Patagonia, an honest connection with nature becomes an honest connection with your inner self. Hike and sail through the best tours in Patagonia and redefine adventure travel.


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How can I travel to Patagonia?

There are direct flights to Patagonia Argentina from Buenos Aires or to Chilean Patagonia from Santiago de Chile. There are also flights to interconnect within each country, or ground transportation to connect Argentinean and Chilean Patagonia.

What should I pack if I visit Patagonia?

The most important thing you need to consider before packing for Patagonia is the intense and constantly-changing weather. Regardless of when you travel, bring warm clothes! The Patagonian winds are infamous for being harsh and relentless. Even if you travel during the Argentine summer and are blessed with a beautiful, warm day of sunshine, the winds can come out of nowhere and virtually blow you away in no time. So make sure you wear windproof/north-facing jackets, a hat, gloves, long pants, and scarves. Basically, warm clothes.

What is the best time of year to visit Patagonia?

The best time is from October to April (our summer). The climate is more pleasant for outdoor activities. However, Patagonia has a variety of activities available all year round!

It is cold all year round in Patagonia?

Yes, it is important to have the right clothes to enjoy Patagonian nature. The weather can vary a lot on the same day and we can have the four seasons in 24 hours!

What are the highlights of the Argentinean Patagonia?

From north to south, the highlights are Bariloche, the capital of the Lake District, Península Valdés, the most important wildlife reserve of Argentine Patagonia where whales come every year to breed their calves, El Calafate, where people go to visit the famous Perito Moreno Glacier, El Chaltén, the Argentine capital of trekking and, finally, Ushuaia, best known as the city “at the end of the world”.

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