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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, Los Glaciares National Park, and El Chalten have some of the world's premier hiking & trekking destinations. The El Calafate region and Perito Moreno Glacier offer a close encounter with some of the world's most astonishing glaciers. Cruises admiring breathtaking fjords and glaciers that sail between Punta Arenas Chile and Ushuaia 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 to Patagonia here.
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Awasi Patagonia$41404-7Sep 1, 2024Discover the Torres del Paine National Park with luxury accommodations and unique excursions. Enjoy a 7-day relaxing stay at Awasi Patagonia while …
Explora El Chalten$43705Oct 1, 2024Explora El Chaltén is the ideal starting point from which to explore the incredible geography of the Argentine Patagonia because of its exceptional …
Spirit of Glaciers$24003Dec 8, 2024Cruise aboard the M/V Santa Cruz on this 3-day expedition to discover the magic of the southern Patagonian glaciers and spectacular Los Glaciares …
Explora Torres Del Paine$28505May 27, 2024Explora Torres del Paine is in the middle of the Torres del Paine National Park. It offers beautiful views of the Lake Pehoe and 49 rooms. Explora …
Essential Patagonia: Chilean Fjords and Torres del Paine$1489515Mar 13, 2025Retrace Charles Darwin’s epic voyage to the ‘edge of the world’ aboard the Ultramarine on this 15-day Essential Patagonia journey into …
The Best of Chilean Fjords$864015Oct 19, 2025Set sail aboard Le Lyrial for a 15-day adventure into the landscapes of South America. Experience the beauty of the Chilean fjords, where channels, …

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Fjords of Tierra del Fuego: Punta Arenas to Ushuaia$23755Oct 19, 2024Sail for remote and beautiful corners of the world on this 5-day itinerary on the MV Stella Australis through southern Patagonia. Begin in Punta …
Patagonian Explorer: Ushuaia to Punta Arenas$23755Oct 23, 2024A five-day trek between Ushuaia and Punta Arenas across some of the most breathtaking scenery and remote places on the planet will take you across …
Fjords of Tierra del Fuego: Punta Arenas to Ushuaia$16655Sep 21, 2024Patagonia is like no other place on Earth, untamed and pristine land where nature has reigned unchanged for millennia. Enjoy the authentic charm of …
Patagonian Explorer: Ushuaia to Punta Arenas$16655Sep 25, 2024Explore Patagonia on an adventurous 5-day journey between Ushuaia and Punta Arenas through some of planet’s most incredible scenery and remote …
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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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The Best Time to Visit Patagonia
The best time to go to Patagonia depends on your interests and the type of experience you desire. Whether you prefer the blooming beauty of spring, the activity-packed days of summer, the tranquil landscapes of autumn, or the wintery solitude of snow-covered Patagonia, this diverse region offers something remarkable throughout the year. 
  • Warm Seasons - November to March: The optimal time for travelers who seek warmer temperatures and the activities that are best enjoyed during this time falls between November and March. During these months, Patagonia basks in warmth, and daylight extends generously across both the Chilean and Argentine sides. Nights are remarkably short, lasting just six hours, though occasional night frosts and sleet may still visit the highlands even during the summer months. For a quieter experience amidst the spring blossoms, mid-November to mid-December offers fewer crowds.
  • Cold Season - June to August: Winter in Patagonia, from June to August, may not be the best time for outdoor adventurers seeking hiking and trekking experiences. However, it does offer its unique charm. This is the best time to visit Patagonia if you're drawn to the solitude of snow-covered landscapes and want to try your hand at winter sports like skiing and snowshoeing. The lack of crowds and the dramatic icy landscapes make it a special season for those seeking a quieter, more introspective Patagonian experience.
  • Transitional Seasons - Spring (October to November) and Autumn (March to April): In the transitional seasons, Patagonia undergoes fascinating transformations. Springtime in Patagonia, from October to November, ushers in a sense of renewal as the region awakens from its winter slumber. This is one of the best times to go to Patagonia if you prefer milder weather and fewer crowds. Spring offers crisp air, blooming landscapes, and wildlife returning to their breeding grounds, making it an excellent season for hiking and trekking through the picturesque trails of Torres del Paine and Los Glaciares National Parks. As autumn arrives, from March to April, the landscapes transform into a tapestry of warm, earthy hues. You will find Patagonia at its most colorful, showcasing vibrant autumn foliage while ushering in fewer visitors. The northern regions maintain some warmth compared to the south's milder temperatures.This is the best time of year to visit Patagonia for photographers and travelers who relish tranquility, with pleasant weather and opportunities for outdoor pursuits. 
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 no 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).

United States - There are no direct flights from the US to Ushuaia, Punta Arenas, and El Calafate, but there are 1 stop flights to all of the airports. Check out the US embassy's advice for travel to Argentina and Chile

Canada - There are 2 stop flights from Montreal and Toronto to all the Patagonia airports. Check out the Canadian embassy's advice for travel to Argentina and Chile

New Zealand - Getting from New Zealand to Argentina or Chile can be a long trip, it is likely you will have to stop at 4 different airports to get to one of the Patagonian airports. Cherck New Zealand's embassy's advice for travel to Argentina and Chile.

Australia and the United Kingdom have restrictions for international travel for tourism, check out the UK's and Australia's official website to see up to date information.
Tierra del Fuego: An Exploration at the End of the World

Tierra del Fuego, translating to "Land of Fire," is a region steeped in history, tracing back to Ferdinand Magellan's exploration nearly 500 years ago. As he sailed these Argentine coastal waters, the sight of countless campfires along the rugged coastline inspired the region's evocative name. Located at the southernmost tip of Argentina, Tierra del Fuego combines rich historical significance with breathtaking natural beauty, serving as a gateway to the Antarctic and offering a unique blend of past exploration and modern adventure in the heart of Patagonia.
  • Wildlife and Natural Splendor: As you explore this part of Patagonia, you'll be treated to a mesmerizing display of wildlife, particularly seabirds. The coastal areas and surrounding waters teem with various species of birds, offering birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts a rich and rewarding experience.
  • Glacier Explorations: For those in pursuit of an adrenaline rush and a close encounter with ice giants, glacier trekking is an absolute must in Tierra del Fuego. The region boasts several awe-inspiring glaciers, including the iconic Martial Glacier near Ushuaia. 
  • Hiking and Trekking: The rugged mountain landscapes of Tierra del Fuego offer a myriad of opportunities for hikers and trekkers. Whether you're a seasoned mountaineer or a novice adventurer, there are trails suitable for all skill levels. These paths wind through pristine wilderness, taking you on a journey through lush forests, past glistening waterfalls, and along crystal-clear rivers. 

Nestled in the heart of Chile's Patagonia region, Torres del Paine National Park stands as an iconic jewel of South America's natural wonders. This pristine wilderness, celebrated for its breathtaking landscapes and thrilling outdoor activities, beckons adventurers from around the globe.
  • Spectacular Scenery: The park's signature feature, the towering granite spires known as the Torres del Paine, loom majestically over the landscape, casting awe-inspiring reflections in the glacial lakes below. Their dramatic presence is just the beginning of the visual feast that awaits visitors. Verdant valleys, azure lakes, pristine glaciers, and rugged mountains form a canvas of unparalleled beauty.
  • Hiking and Trekking: Torres del Paine is a mecca for hikers and trekkers. Its extensive network of well-maintained trails caters to all levels of expertise. Whether you embark on the famous W Circuit or the more challenging O Circuit, you'll be rewarded with awe-inspiring vistas at every turn. Hiking through lush forests, past glistening waterfalls, and along crystal-clear rivers is an experience you won't soon forget.
  • Glacier Adventures: The park also offers the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the world's most magnificent glaciers. Glacier trekking and ice climbing are thrilling activities that allow you to explore the icy wonders of Grey Glacier, an otherworldly landscape of blue icebergs and surreal formations. Witnessing the calving of these colossal glaciers is a humbling experience that underscores the raw power of nature.
  • Wildlife Encounters: Torres del Paine is not just about landscapes; it's a haven for wildlife enthusiasts too. While exploring the park, you'll encounter the hardy guanacos, graceful creatures reminiscent of smaller llamas. Keep a watchful eye out for the elusive pumas, the park's stealthy apex predators. Numerous bird species, such as Andean condors and Magellanic woodpeckers, grace the skies and forests.
Must-See Destinations in Chilean Patagonia
  • Torres del Paine National Park: Situated in the Magallanes Region, this park boasts dramatic landscapes with towering granite spires (torres), glaciers, lakes, and extensive hiking trails like the famous W Circuit and O Circuit.
  • Puerto Natales: A charming coastal town in the Magallanes Region, Puerto Natales is the gateway to Torres del Paine National Park. It offers accommodations, services, and access to the park's trekking routes.
  • Punta Arenas: The largest city in southern Chile, Punta Arenas has a rich history and is known for its maritime heritage. It's a starting point for exploring the region, including trips to Tierra del Fuego.
  • Puerto Montt: Located in the Lake District, Puerto Montt is a major transportation hub for travelers exploring Chilean Patagonia. The region is known for its stunning fjords, lakes, and volcanoes.
  • Grey Glacier: A massive glacier within Torres del Paine National Park, Grey Glacier offers boat tours and close-up views of the blue ice formations.
  • Patagonia National Park: Situated in the Aysén Region, this relatively new park aims to protect vast wilderness areas, including pristine rivers, forests, and mountains.
  • Lago Grey: This glacial lake is fed by the Grey Glacier and offers picturesque views of icebergs and surrounding landscapes within Torres del Paine National Park.
  • Easter Island (Rapa Nui): Although not geographically part of Patagonia, Easter Island is a Chilean territory in the Pacific Ocean, famous for its enigmatic moai statues and unique Polynesian culture.
  • Pumalín Douglas Tompkins National Park: Located in Northern Patagonia, this park showcases diverse ecosystems, including temperate rainforests, fjords, and volcanoes.
  • Chiloé Archipelago: Situated off the coast of Chile, Chiloé is known for its distinctive culture, wooden churches (some of which are UNESCO World Heritage sites), and outdoor activities like kayaking and trekking.
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
  • yoga hosted at the main lodge

Top Parks to Hike & Explore in Patagonia

  • Los Glaciares National Park (Fitz Roy Area): Nestled in the southern Andes in Argentina, Los Glaciares National Park is renowned for the iconic Mount Fitz Roy. The park features stunning glaciers, including the famous Perito Moreno Glacier, and offers hiking trails showcasing breathtaking vistas.
  • Tierra del Fuego National Park: Located at the southernmost tip of Argentina, Tierra del Fuego National Park is a pristine wilderness where the Andes meet the Beagle Channel. Explore diverse landscapes, from dense forests to coastal beaches, and embark on scenic boat rides.
  • Torres del Paine National Park: One of Chile's most famous national parks, Torres del Paine is a haven for hikers and nature enthusiasts. Marvel at the iconic granite spires (torres), glaciers, and pristine lakes. Wildlife, including guanacos and condors, adds to the park's allure.
  • Lakes District: The Chilean Lakes District is a captivating region with shimmering lakes, dense forests, and snow-capped volcanoes. Villarrica National Park, home to the active Villarrica Volcano, is a highlight. Explore charming towns like Pucon and Puerto Varas.
  • Aysén Region: Aysén is a vast and sparsely populated region in Chile known for its remote wilderness and impressive glaciers. The Northern and Southern Patagonian Ice Fields contribute to the region's rugged beauty, with the picturesque Carretera Austral offering access.
  • Patagonia National Park: This relatively new national park in Chile represents a significant conservation effort. It encompasses diverse ecosystems, from grasslands to mountains, and aims to protect wildlife while providing opportunities for sustainable recreation.
  • Nahuel Huapi National Park: While not exclusively in Patagonia, Nahuel Huapi National Park in Argentina's Lakes District is worth mentioning. It features stunning alpine lakes, lush forests, and the iconic Andean-Patagonian landscape.
  • Pumalín Park: Pumalín Park, also in the Aysén Region, is known for its biodiversity and lush rainforests. Visitors can explore trails, witness cascading waterfalls, and appreciate the park's commitment to conservation and eco-friendly practices.
Consider Luxury Patagonia Tours

Luxury Patagonia tours offer premium comfort and exclusive access to the region's beauty. They feature upscale accommodations, gourmet dining with regional cuisine, private guides, and unique activities. Scenic flights, customized itineraries, and luxury transportation enhance the experience. Guests can relax in spas, embark on high-end explorations, and enjoy culinary delights. Some tours are all-inclusive with small group sizes. Accommodations are in remote, scenic locations, and 24/7 concierge service is available for assistance, ensuring a seamless journey.

How do I get to Patagonia Parks and Reserves

  • Los Glaciares National Park (Fitz Roy Area): Fly to El Calafate and drive approximately 220 kilometers (137 miles) to the park entrance.
  • Tierra del Fuego National Park: Fly to Ushuaia and take a short 11-kilometer (7-mile) drive to the park entrance.
  • Torres del Paine National Park: Fly to Punta Arenas and drive around 250 kilometers (155 miles) to reach the park. Alternatively, consider available bus and transfer services.
  • Lakes District: Fly to Puerto Montt or Temuco, then drive to your destination. For example, from Puerto Montt to Pucon, it's approximately a 560-kilometer (348-mile) journey.
  • Aysén Region: Fly to Balmaceda Airport and drive about 55 kilometers (34 miles) to reach Coyhaique, the regional capital.
  • Patagonia National Park: Fly to Balmaceda Airport and drive roughly 340 kilometers (211 miles) to Cochrane, where the park is located.
  • Nahuel Huapi National Park: Fly to Bariloche, a major gateway, and drive around 20 kilometers (12 miles) to reach the park entrance.
  • Pumalín Park: Fly to Chaitén or Puerto Montt and take a ferry or drive to the park. From Chaitén to the park entrance, it's approximately a 20-kilometer (12-mile) drive.
Top Places to Visit in Argentine Patagonia
  • Los Glaciares National Park: Covering over 2,800 square miles, this UNESCO World Heritage site features famous glaciers like Upsala, Viedma, and Perito Moreno, known for dramatic calving events into Lake Argentino.
  • El Calafate: This lakeside town in Santa Cruz Province is the gateway to Los Glaciares National Park, renowned for the advancing Perito Moreno Glacier.
  • El Chaltén: Nestled within Los Glaciares National Park, El Chaltén is Argentina's trekking capital, offering access to trails leading to iconic peaks Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre.
  • Mount Fitz Roy: Also called Cerro Fitz Roy, this challenging peak in the Southern Patagonian Ice Field is a mecca for mountaineers and hikers, offering breathtaking vistas.
  • Lago Argentino: Argentina's largest freshwater lake, spanning 1,415 square miles, offers scenic beauty and opportunities for exploration.
  • Puerto Madryn: This coastal city in Chubut Province is a marine life hotspot and a gateway to Peninsula Valdés' abundant wildlife.
  • Peninsula Valdés: A UNESCO World Heritage site, this wildlife paradise hosts southern right whales, elephant seals, penguins, and orcas in a crucial breeding ground.
  • Cueva de las Manos: Found in Santa Cruz Province, this archaeological site boasts ancient cave paintings dating back 9,000 years, shedding light on Patagonia's indigenous history.
  • Villa Traful and Villa La Angostura: Picturesque towns in the Argentine Lake District, surrounded by lakes, forests, and the Andes, provide tranquility and outdoor activities.
  • Alerce Costero National Park: Situated in Los Ríos Region, this park is known for its ancient Alerce trees, some exceeding 3,000 years old.
  • Pali Aike National Park: Located in Magallanes Region, this park showcases remarkable geological formations, including lava caves, craters, and archaeological sites.
  • Ushuaia: As the world's southernmost city on Tierra del Fuego Island, Ushuaia is a base for exploring Tierra del Fuego National Park, offering hiking, wildlife viewing, and the famous "End of the World Train." It's also a significant departure point for Antarctic cruises.
Why Travel to Patagonia
  • Stunning Natural Beauty: Travel to Patagonia to witness some of the world's most awe-inspiring landscapes, including the Andes Mountains, the Perito Moreno Glacier, and the fjords of Tierra del Fuego.
  • Outdoor Adventures: Patagonia travel offers a wide array of outdoor activities, from hiking in Torres del Paine National Park to kayaking in the Beagle Channel.
  • Unique Wildlife Encounters: During your Patagonia tour you can discover diverse wildlife, including the Magellanic penguin colonies and the southern right whales.
  • Photographic Opportunities: Capture the ever-changing scenery on your Patagonia trip, from snow-capped peaks to colorful valleys.
  • Cultural Richness: Immerse yourself in Patagonia's indigenous cultures, like the Mapuche and Selk'nam, adding depth to your Patagonia travel experience. Learn about the local way of life, including the gaucho culture and the history of European colonization while visiting Patagonia.
  • Diverse Weather: Patagonia's climate varies, mirroring its diverse geography. Its unpredictable weather, which can include experiencing "four seasons in a day," and its seasonal changes provide unique experiences, from spring blossoms to winter sports, on each visit.
  • Adventure Opportunities: From trekking in Los Glaciares National Park to horseback riding in El Chaltén, Patagonia offers countless adventure options, making your Patagonia travel unforgettable.
  • Eco-Tourism Initiatives: Responsible tourism initiatives in Patagonia focus on conservation and sustainable practices, protecting its fragile ecosystems during your Patagonia trip.
  • Indulge in Local Cuisine: Sample regional dishes like roasted lamb and seafood, influenced by the unique culinary traditions of Patagonia.

Best Patagonia Cruise Lines for 2024-2025

  • Silversea Cruises - sail from Chile's Valparaiso to Argentina's capital Ushuaia and several more itineraries in Patagonia that offer all-inclusive Antarctica expedition cruises. This all-inclusive cruise comes with unlimited wine, cocktails, specialty beverages, daily high tea and canapés, Zodiac excursions with highly qualified naturalists onboard, all land tours, and local guides.
  • Ponant - subtly combines luxury, intimacy, and serene well-being. Patagonia evokes that exotic sense of distant lands on the far side of the world. On the Le Boreal, travelers searching for a complete change of scenery are sure to be enchanted and delighted by the glaciers, the fjords, the vast plains, and the beautiful lakes surrounded by the serrated peaks of the Andes.
  • Oceanwide Expeditions - is a Dutch cruise line organizing polar voyages to the Arctic and Antarctica. Discover Patagonia's deep south, a spectacular landscape of natural beauty, where hiking paths reveal glacial lagoons, alpine meadows, and blue glaciers aboard the newest, most advanced vessel, Polar Class 6 cruise ship MV Janssonius
  • Aurora Expeditions - is an Australian-owned company with advanced, purpose-built expedition ships Greg Mortimer and Sylvia Earle. Witness ice calving from Perito Moreno's 5km glacier front, watch the sunrise over the legendary Torres del Paine and enjoy breath-taking views from Cerro Fitz Roy and Cerro Torres base camps. 
  • Quark Expeditions has seasoned veterans with rich backgrounds in marine biology, history, glaciology, geology, and more. Embark on a small polar vessel like the 172-guest World Explorer, an all-balcony, all-suite expedition ship perfect for polar exploration, designed to navigate the fjords and waterways of Patagonia. 
  • Lindblad Expeditions - optimize your Patagonia experience with a land and sea expedition. Enjoy a three-day stay at the Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa or Explora Patagonia Hotel Salto Chico to fully appreciate Torres del Paine's famous vistas and wildlife. Then experience Patagonia's fjords, glaciers, and panoramic landscapes by expedition ship National Geographic Resolution.
  • Polar Latitudes - is a founder-owned and operated cruise company that offers a wide range of trips to Antarctica and Patagonian channels. Recent upgrades on the MS Seaventure ensure the latest safety and style, including state-of-the-art stabilization, ice-strengthened hulls, the newest communication systems, and beautifully designed rooms and common areas.
  • Poseidon Expeditions - is a leading polar cruise operator with itineraries aboard the 114 capacity Sea Spirit. This vessel has an ice-strengthened hull, a fleet of Zodiacs, and a set of retractable fin stabilizers for smoother sailing on the Patagonian fjords.
  • Hurtigruten offers unique expedition cruises to some of the world's most remote and pristine waters. At home on MS Roald Amundsen your basecamp at sea, experience an informal, welcoming atmosphere, comfortable cabins, luxurious suites, and stylish interiors made from natural material on an all-inclusive Antarctica & Patagonia expedition.
  • Skorpios Cruises - sail through fjords, gaze at glaciers and take in the spectacular landscape of Chilean Patagonia aboard the 160 guest MV Skorpios II
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