Travelling around Patagonia is ideal for adventurers, a must for nature lovers, but above all a wonderful country for bon vivants.
Peninsula ValdésPeninsula Valdés
The Valdes peninsula is a perfect place for spotting animals. In and around the nutrient-rich waters along the coast of Peninsula Valdés there is a particularly varied animal life, including penguins, seals, sea lions, whales and elephant seals! Read more.
Carretera AustralCarretera Austral
On the map it is a meaningless line from north to south. But appearances are deceptive. The Carretera Austral is not only one of the most beautiful car routes in Latin America, it is also one of the top routes worldwide. Read more.
Torres del Paine
The Torres del Paine National Park is regarded as one of the most outstanding natural areas in the world. Because of its unique flora, fauna and spectacular landscapes it was added to the Unesco list of World Heritage in 1978. Read more.
National Park Los Glaciares
The name of the park 'Los Glaciares', which means glaciers, refers to the enormous glacier area, with as many as 14 large glaciers and more than 200 smaller glaciers, which is part of the great continental ice sheet. Read more.
Fjord cruiseFjord cruise
Across the southern ice fields of Chile's Patagonia, Luis Kochifas, captain of the Skorpios lll, sails the unique and exclusive Kawesar route. Huge glaciers flow into fjords and lakes. The waters are bright blue and the islands are populated by playful sea lions and penguins. Join us on this glacier cruise. Read more.
Het einde van de wereld
Where South America ceases to exist, is the southernmost city in the world: Ushuaia. This is the base for discovering the Tierra del Fuego National Park. Read more.
Would you like to make a trip through Patagonia yourself and are you curious about the possibilities? Then take a look at the travel itineraries we have put together for inspiration. You can book these trips directly, but we are also be happy to put together a personal programme based on your wishes and ideas.
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