Every region in Argentina is unique in its own way, and what you find in one, you can’t find in another. Likewise, Patagonia in Argentina is one of the most enormous regions with the most unique and mesmerizing sights. Patagonia is unique in its landscapes, with humongous snow capped mountains and shimmering rivers. You’ll find off the beaten paths, and uninhabited lands that nearly seem untouched. Or you’ll find habitats and forests rampant with wildlife.
And this isolated and calming beauty of Patagonia is what makes it one of the best places in the world for honeymooning. Let’s have a look at the travel essentials that will make your trip to Patagonia both comfy and cherished:
- The weather has the power to make or break your trip. The best time to go to Patagonia is between, November to March. The Patagonians enjoy summers in these months, when the sun stays up for as long as 10: 00 pm. The wind is strong, and the temperature ranges from 70 to 50.
- Always carry cash, wherever in Patagonia you go. As a bonus, you might even get a 5% discount on stores upon paying in cash.
- If you are a citizen of Canada, the United States, Australis and New Zealand, then you won’t require a visa to for a stay of up to 90 days in Patagonia. Various European countries also allow the same.
- Couples who go to the end of the world together, definitely stays together. So don’t waste your time dilly dallying and just visit Tierra del Fuego, also known as the “Uttermost End of the World”.
- Honeymooning in Patagonia means, there are certain places and experiences that you can absolutely not miss. Starting with the honeymoon cruise. The Australis cruise is where you’ll get the views, the privacy as well as cozy comfort. Another unmissable spot is Torres Del Paine. Hike the W circuit with your new partner in crime, or take a boat tour across the Grey Lake. Puerto Madryn is another place, without which you simply can’t go home. Here, you and your significant others can watch whales up close, along with various diverse wildlife.
- The winds are always strong in Patagonia, no matter what time of the year. So make sure to pack waterproof raincoats and waterproof-everything-else if you are planning o hike. The climate of Patagonia is unpredictable so pack a bunch of sweat shirts, fleeces, t-shirts and long-sleeved shirts, just in case.
- It’s Patagonia, and you and your better-half are most likely to spots various wildlife. Make sure to pack some heavy-duty binoculars. Camera with excellent zooming lens will also come in handy.
And make sure, you spend as much time as you can outside of your hotel room. Patagonia has so many beautiful places that you cannot afford to miss a day. And some places are so secluded, and untouched that you’ll even be able to find your privacy under open skies with Andes Mountains in the horizon.