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Take a trip to Patagonia and find a legendary land of extremes spanning the southern regions of Chile and Argentina to the tip of the continent: Ushuaia, gateway to Antarctica. A tour of the towering granite spires of Torres del Paine, Fitz Roy, and El Chalten has some of the world's premier hiking and trekking destinations. The El Calafate region and Perito Moreno Glacier offer a close encounter with some of the world's most astonishing glaciers. Visit them all on a tour like Patagonia Hiking ExpressCruises admiring breathtaking fjords and glaciers and sailing to the legendary Cape Horn are also favorites among discerning travelers. Adventure Life's Patagonia travel experts will help craft your perfect cruise, trek or tour of Patagonia and the southernmost regions of the globe. Start planning your trip here.

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Trip NameFromDaysLevelSummary
Awasi Patagonia$36004-7RelaxedEnjoy a luxurious stay at Awasi Patagonia located near Torres del Paine National Park. The lodge is inside a private reserve with pristine views of …
Patagonia & Chilean Fjords$670015RelaxedDiscover the Patagonia and the Chilean Fjords on this unique 15-day cruise, starting from the "End of the World". Visit the famous Albero De Agostini …
Antarctica Express Air Cruise$49956RelaxedThis 6-day Antarctic adventure aboard the small luxury cruise ship Hebridean Sky sails to Cape Horn and the South Shetland Islands. As you cruise, …
Patagonia & Chilean Fjords$854014RelaxedJoin L'Austral on this 14-day Patagonia cruise. Embark for your journey in Valparaiso and trace the Pacific coast of South America and coastal Chile. …
Chilean Fjords & Patagonia$878014RelaxedEnjoy an unforgettable experience along the Pacific coast of South America, which offers contrasting landscapes and still-unspoiled lands. In …
In the Heart of Chilean Fjords$720011RelaxedWinding channels, snow-covered mountains, majestic glaciers, and narrow passages: welcome to the magic of the Chilean fjords. Board Le Boréal for an …

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Top Patagonian Cruises

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Discover Patagonia: Ushuaia to Punta Arenas$11894RelaxedThis cruise of Patagonia on the ship M/V Stella Australis takes you on an amazing 4-day journey to the “uttermost end of the earth.” Sail …
Fjords of Tierra del Fuego: Punta Arenas to Ushuaia$14405RelaxedSail for remote and beautiful corners of the world on this 5-day itinerary on the MV Stella Australis through southern Patagonia. Begin in Punta …
Darwin's Route from Punta Arenas$29578RelaxedJoin MV Stella Australis on a journey that retraces much of Darwin’s route through the Fuegian Archipelago. This eight-day voyage round-trip from …
Darwin's Route from Ushuaia$23668RelaxedThe end of the world awaits you on the expedition cruise ship MV Stella Australis on a journey that retraces much of Darwin’s route through the …
Antarctica - 'Deep South' (Extended Circle Voyage)$1419514RelaxedThis fantastic 14-day voyage offers daily adventures in the company of expert local guides, enjoying shore visits and Zodiac cruises that may last up …
Polar Circle Air Cruise$1499510RelaxedThis Antarctic experience flies from Punta Arenas, Chile to King George Island where you embark on a cruise of the Antarctic Peninsula & South …

Our Favorite Trips in Patagonia

Adventure Life's Patagonia travel experts reveal their favorite trips to Chile.

Torres del Paine, Chile
- Patagonia's most photographed panoramas are a legendary, world-class trekking and nature-lovers' destination. Surrounded by towering granite cliffs, blue glaciers, crystal clear lakes, raging rivers and abundant wildlife, a trip to Torres del Paine will yield a lifetime of memories. 

El Calafate, Argentina - See a glacier crumbling and crashing into the water below at Perito Moreno glacier. This and multitudes of glaciers in Glacier National Park afford breathtaking vistas and opportunities for adventure. Your evenings are spent in luxurious lodges and historic estancias in Calafate and the surrounding countryside.

Chalten, Argentina - Trekkers and climbers rejoice in the massive granite spires of the towering Fitz Roy Range and expansive ice-scapes of Glacier National Park.

Ushuaia, Argentina - At the “End of the world” and hailed as the world's southernmost city, you’ll find the charming port city of Ushuaia where most cruises to Antarctica depart. Experience Fjords, glaciers falling into the sea and remote wildlife on a cruise between Punta Arenas and Ushuaia

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Getting to Patagonia - Transportation & Airports

To say Patagonia is remote is an understatement. Encompassing the southern regions of both Argentina and Chile, Patagonia is accessed via flights from Buenos Aires, and Santiago respectively. There are now direct flights from North America or Europe. Direct flights between Patagonian Chile and Argentina are rare, so transport between countries is generally done overland. 

Patagonia's Main Airports

Ushuaia, Argentina - a 3.5 hour flight from Buenos Aires also has 1.5 hour flights to El Calafate (or a 24+ hour bus ride!). Only 4 flights per week to Punta Arenas or a 12 hour bus + ferry ride complicate international transport. Airport: Ushuaia – Malvinas Argentinas International Airport (USH)

El Calafate, Argentina - a 3.25 hour flight from Buenos Aires is the access point for Perrito Moreno Glacier, El Chalten & Glacier National Park. With no flights to Punta Arenas, a 5 hour bus ride to Puerto Natales, then 3 hours to Punta Arenas. El Calafate's airport is Comandante Armando Tola International Airport (FTE).

Punta Arenas, Chile - located on the Strait of Magellan, is a 3.25 hour flight from Santiago. Buses/cars to Puerto Natales (2 hours) is the access point for Torres del Paine. Airport Presidente Carlos Ibáñez del Campo International Airport (PUQ).

Torres del Paine is perhaps the most famous and popular destination in Chile's Patagonia region. And it's a veritable paradise for the adventure-seeking travelers!

There are a number of activities that you can do here, including hiking, climbing, glacier trekking, and checking out the electric blue icebergs.

Among the hardy wildlife you will spot here are guanacos (which resemble smaller llamas) and even the stealthy pumas. Other wildlife struggles to survive in this habitat.
EcoCamp: Glamping in Torres del Paine
In the windswept environment of Patagonia, camping takes on a luxurious tone at EcoCamp. As the name suggests, the primary focus of this innovative camp in the middle of Patagonia is to be at one with the serene Torres del Paine, which is why they have designed decadent igloo style huts inspired by the Kawesqar indigenous nomadic groups that once roamed this region. Spacious cabins put you right in the heart of the National Park, giving you easy access to activities like hiking, glacier trekking, penguin spotting, horseback riding, kayaking, and even yoga hosted at the main lodge. 
The name "Tierra del Fuego" translates to "Land of Fire," and harkens back to when explorer Ferdinand Magellan sailed these waters off the coast of Argentina some 500 years ago and saw many small campfires dotting the coast.

Now, it is the province in the southernmost part of Argentina and the departure point for most Antarctica cruises, which leave from the port of Ushuaia.

On your trip to this part of Patagonia, you will see plenty of sea birds and also have a lot of opportunities to participate in adventurous activities, like trekking across glaciers, kayaking, and hiking. 

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