• Travel to Patagonia: Must-Try Foods Patagonia

    Travel to Patagonia: Must-Try Argentina Foods

    When we think of Patagonia, we imagine rugged landscapes, icy glaciers, wild animals and views to die for. Now, imagine Patagonia without its scenery. Did anything else come to mind? Argentina is known for some great foods, one of their top dishes internationally being a great steak with a professionally aged glass of Malbec. But every region of Argentina brings something new to the table, literally. While the North is known for hearty meals Read more
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    Ideal Patagonia Walks for Tamer Explorers

    There’s no doubt Patagonia’s mighty Andes excite and attract thrill-seeking adventurers around the world. The most physically fit and bravest climbers and trekkers have throughout time sought out the But they might seem intimidating to less experienced explorers. However, there are many more pleasant routes and trails that will still leave you in awe, without leaving your body completely exhausted. We’ve got a few suggestions of Read more
  • Ski in Argentina: The Best of the Best Argentina

    Ski in Argentina: The Best of the Best

    Argentina’s terrain is incredibly diverse. It’s home to glaciers, waterfalls, mountains, wetlands, deserts, salt flats, ocean, wine country and the list goes on. The benefits never end, as there’s something to do all year round! Winter in Argentina is a season to look forward to and not one to dread as in other parts of the year. Why? Simple: break out your skis (or rent some) and enjoy the incredible snowy scenery from the top of a Read more
  • Argentina Attractions That Will Give You Serious Wanderlust Argentina

    Argentina Attractions That Will Give You Wanderlust

    When it comes to geography and types of landscapes, climate and terrain Argentina is about as diverse at it gets. From dry desert to arctic mountains, tropical forest to Pacific sea, Argentina’s got it all. Argentina is an adventure full of natural beauty just waiting to be explored. Rugged backpackers and family vacationers, honeymooners and soul-searchers-- no matter who you are, these three Argentina attractions will give you serious Read more
  • Top Patagonia Excursions in Chile Other Destinations

    Top Patagonia Excursions in Chile

    There’s only one thing harder than knowing where the Chilean Patagonia starts: to describe it. As a result of the “sinking” of the Andes, the landscapes are so special, so complete and so different that it’s impossible to compare it to anything else, unless, of course, you’ve been to the Argentinian side… With more than a million square kilometers, it’s the widest region of Chile and one of the most interesting places in the Read more
  • Why Everyone Can Adventure Patagonia Patagonia

    Why Everyone Can Adventure Patagonia

    At the very end of South America awaits one of the most unique landscapes of the world: the Patagonia. Glaciers, deserts, grasslands, mountains, coast, forests, sun, snow, freezing temperatures, an endless range of wildlife… whatever! Once you set a foot on Chile or Argentina, you HAVE TO travel south, maybe even south enough that you get to visit Ushuaia, the so-called “end of the world”. It doesn’t matter which kind of a traveler you Read more
  • Legacy of Doug Tompkins Argentina

    The Legacy of Doug Tompkins in South America

    Doug Tompkins, known as the founder of The North Face brand, is also a passionate, inspirational environmentalist. Having spent years in Patagonia, he took the concerns he had about the environment into his own hands. Tompkins worked on many projects to better the ecosystem in southern Chile as well as in the northeast of Argentina. Interestingly enough, Tompkins was a high school dropout and self-proclaimed adrenaline junkie. Four years Read more
  • Torres del Paine W Trek What to Pack Patagonia

    Torres del Paine W Circuit: What to Pack

    The Torres del Paine W Circuit is an excellent 4-5 day hiking opportunity to adventure through the park’s many highlights. On this hike, you will be able to see some of the most jaw-dropping Patagonian scenery while feeling apart of your surroundings. Kiss Instagram goodbye for a couple days and blaze that trail. [caption id="attachment_4731" align="aligncenter" width="625"] The W route in Torres del Paine, covers about 44 Read more
  • El Chalten Hiking 2 Days Patagonia

    El Chalten Hiking: The Best in 2 Days

    If you are staying in El Chalten, have a couple of full days, and don’t mind spending most of the time walking through the pristine landscape of the Glaciers National Park, we recommend both the Laguna de los Tres trek and the Laguna Torre trek. Even though El Chalten hiking season is from October to May, the difficulty of the trail also depends on the amount of snow, especially in the final parts of the trails. We always advise to find out Read more
  • Patagonia Cruises to blow you away Patagonia

    4 Patagonia Cruises That Will Blow You Away

    Are you ready to replace the plane for a unique boat and sail throughout Patagonia? Do you feel like discovering the amazing variety of flora and fauna that cover the mountains, glaciers, deserts and grasslands of the iconic southern region of Chile and Argentina? What if you could literally travel to the end of the world? Here are some tips to choose the ideal Patagonia cruises for you. But don’t worry too much: we assure you that each one of Read more
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    Patagonia Animals: Magellanic Penguins Arrive to Punta Tombo

    Most visitors to Argentina do not realize how diverse and vast the Patagonia region is. It encompasses snowy glaciers, staggering mountains, and rugged coastline. Along this coastline lies Puerto Madryn and the area of Peninsula Valdes, one of the most magnificent places for spotting Patagonia animals. Peninsula Valdes is a UNESCO World Heritage site focused on the conservation and preservation of different species of animals – especially Read more