We travelled as far south as Antarctica, where complete solitude was discovered."El Mitad del Mundo" was the most northernly stop. Hiked the "W" circuit of Torres del Paine and the Inca Trail. Awed by Punta del Diablo, Salar de Uyu
At 65 degrees south latitude, we reached our furthest point south and landed on the actual continent of Antarctica. Now we were actually on the continental land mass.
We did "Awesome Argentina" and experienced an invigorating mix of outdoor trekking/glacier hiking combined with an active tour of fascinating Buenos Aires. The guides were super great, and we found many interesting sights on our own as well.
With help from our friends at Adventure Life we experienced much of Argentina. From the restaurants and cafes of Buenos Aires to the natural beauty of Patagonia, the Perito Moreno glacier and the Iguazu Falls we fell in love with the country.
First to Buenos Aires, then to Ushuaia at the bottom of the continent where we hiked and visited a penguin colony. Next to El Calafate where we stayed on a sheep ranch, visited a glacier in Glacier National Park, and went for a great horseback ride.
Antarctica, Ushuaia, Patagonia, Buenos Aires, Estoncia, Rio - all fabulous!
We sailed for days to cross the Drake Pass and arrive at Antarctica. There I saw ice, penguins, more ice, and more penguins and it was very cold. That was my trip to Antarctica. Did you think that you would get off that easy?
Buenos Aires to Tierra del Fuego, Cape Horn, Torres del Paine, Ushuaia, Perito Moreno Glacier ... back to Buenos Aires for a Tango show! An unforgettable two-week adventure!