[typography size=”16″]Patagonia is a vast and expansive region offering a wealth of inspiring landscapes, delightful villages and awesome adventures. We’ve developed trips that’ll let you soak it all up. Here’s a sample of our most popular itineraries.[/typography] [divider]
Highlights of Argentina
Welcome to Patagonia – where the sophistication of European culture meets the wilderness of New Zealand or Alaska. Argentina in general, and Patagonia in particular, have long held captive travellers’ imaginations, from the tango to the estancia. Wide open spaces populated with very few, but very stylish, and hard-working people mark the distances. The rugged mountain wilderness and the fine dining (excellent beef, lamb, smoked fish, chocolate, and of course, red wine!) set Patagonia apart from all other destinations in Latin America. Here, the people have been truly shaped by the astounding beauty of the land. This is a land of elegant extremes. Highlights and itinerary for this tour > [divider]
Lake District Retreat
Rejuvenate in Northern Patagonia
The Lake District of Northern Patagonia is a rare find. Alternately deemed the Switzerland of the Americas and the Aspen of South America, visitors to the Bariloche area are always struck by a remarkable recognition – this is place you feel you’ve been to before, perhaps in your dreams. Highlights and itinerary for this tour > [divider]
Penguins, Glaciers & Estancias
At the far edge of the Western Hemisphere lies some of the planet’s most extreme and stunning landscapes. The beauty
will stop you in your tracks and will refresh your spirit. The coastal gems on the Beagle Channel, and the charming people of Ushuaia show that life on Tierra del Fuego, the gateway to Antarctica, is abundant. Tucked along the edge of the Andes are some of the world’s most accessible and outstanding glaciers, including the dazzling Perito Moreno
Glacier and the imposing Viedma Glacier. We will also visit the infamous peaks of Cerro Torre and Mount FitzRoy. Highlights and itinerary for
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Vineyards of Mendoza
Malbec amongst the mountains
Imagine an undiscovered Napa, an unexplored Tuscany – where vineyards, olive groves and tiny villages dot the landscape, tucked up against the
tallest mountain in the Americas. This is Mendoza. Our itinerary in the Mendoza area is one of a kind. We
have scouted the area and found what we think is the most enchanting way to visit this charming area. Some of the most friendly people you’ll meet anywhere will open their doors, and their hearts, to share the vineyards, olive groves, and fabulous food that is making them famous around the world. Highlights and itinerary for this tour >
South America’s Most Cosmpolitan City
It’s very difficult to get to Patagonia (or anywhere else in Argentina, for that matter) without going through Buenos Aires. Why not make the most of it? With a two-night stop over en route elsewhere, you’ll be able to see live tango, eat some unforgettable meals, and stroll amongst the dozens of barrios – from gritty
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La Boca and historic Microcentro to chic Recoleta and boho-cool Palermo. No doubt you’ll be amazed by the rich atmosphere, colourful personalities and unbreakable spirit of Buenos Aires. We’ll take care of it all for you so all you have to do is soak it all up!