Patagonia covers nearly a third of Argentina and Chile and it is one of the least populated places on Earth. Outside of Antarctica, it is home to the largest expanse of ice in the Southern Hemisphere, the Southern Patagonian Ice Field, which boasts an impressive 48 glaciers. Stunning national parks, giant glaciers, colorful lakes and quiet fjords are all part of the grandiose experience on our Patagonia tours

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Our tours in Patagonia are rated
12 Days
From 5460USD
Argentina / Chile View tour
5 Days
On request
Chile View tour
9 Days
From 3370USD
Argentina View tour
3 Days
From 1490USD
Chile View tour
10 Days
From 2960USD
Argentina / Chile View tour
4 Days
From 1640USD
Argentina View tour
8 Days
On request
Argentina View tour
7 Days
On request
Argentina View tour

Best time to travel

  • Patagonia as a whole: from November to March
  • Bariloche and Lake District: from July to October for winter sports, from November to March for hikes
  • Valdés Peninsula: the right period to visit Valdés Peninsula depends on the type of wildlife you want to encounter:
    • Southern right whales: from June to December
    • Orcas: from September to December and February to April
    • White Dolphins: all year
    • Dark Dolphins: from September to May
    • Magellan Penguins: from September to April
    • Sea lions and eared seal: all year

Places to see

  • Bariloche and Lake Region (Argentina)
  • Bernardo O'Higgins National Park (Chile)
  • Carretera Austral (Chile)
  • Cape Horn (Chile)
  • Chiloé Island (Chile)
  • El Chaltén, Mount Fitz Roy (Argentina)
  • Grey Glacier (Chile)
  • Marble Caves (Chile)
  • Perito Moreno Glacier, Los Glaciares National Park (Argentina)
  • Tierra del Fuego National Park (Argentina and Chile)
  • Torres del Paine National Park (Chile)
  • Valdés Peninsula, Puerto Madryn (Argentina)
  • Ushuaïa, Beagle Channel (Argentina)

Useful info


Argentinian Patagonia: Spanish

Chilean Patagonia: Spanish

Calling code:

Argentinian Patagonia: +54

Chilean Patagonia: +56 


Argentinian Patagonia:

  • Power sockets: type C and I
  • Standard voltage: 220 V
  • Standard frequency: 50 Hz

Chilean Patagonia:

  • Power sockets: type C and L
  • Standard voltage: 220 V
  • Standard frequency: 50 Hz


Argentinian Patagonia: Argentine peso - ARS

Chilean Patagonia: Chilean peso – CLP

Time zone: GMT – 3


Argentinian Patagonia: Ushuaia (USH), El Calafate (FTE), Bariloche (BRC), Trelew (REC)

Chilean Patagonia: Punta Arenas (PUQ), Delcahue (MHC), Puerto Montt (PMC)

Recommended vaccines:

No vaccines are compulsory to enter Patagonia. However, we do recommend you to ask your doctor in advance (3 months) for medical advice on the following vaccinations.

  • Routine vaccines:
    • measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine
    • diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine (DTP)
    • varicella (chickenpox) vaccine
    • polio vaccine
    • flu shot
  • Hepatitis A
  • Typhoid Fever 
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