Postcards from Patagonia April 2011

Postcards from Patagonia April 2011 We are wrapping up one of our busiest seasons yet in Patagonia. From the tropical mist at Iguazú all the way down to the stormy seas of Cape Horn, PTC has covered a lot of territory lately!

 

 

  • · Bariloche really does have it all – fishing, climbing, rafting, biking, sailing, kayaking…. Think of something adventurous and it can be done here! But trekking comes first. Max’s repertoire of hikes is perhaps the widest in the area; he grew

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