• El Calafate, Perito Moreno Glacier Patagonia

    4 Things to do in Calafate

    Although there is not a single route that is better than others when traveling through Patagonia, many visitors begin their Patagonian expedition in El Calafate, which is located in the northern part of Patagonia. For this reason, El Calafate has earned itself the title of  ‘Gateway to Patagonia.’  Though don’t let this moniker fool you; Calafate is much more than just a gateway. Rather, the village of Calafate is surrounded by Read more
  • Hiking is one of the most popular things to do in Bariloche Patagonia

    4 Things to Do in Bariloche

    Bariloche is one of those special places that you feel lucky to have discovered. Sitting on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi and surrounded by scenic mountains, Bariloche (actually, San Carlos de Bariloche) is the capital of Argentina's Lake District. It is known for its great hiking, winter skiing and surprisingly, to some of the best, homemade chocolate in South America, courtesy of the original Swiss and German settlers. If you are planning a Read more
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    Penguins in Patagonia: 3 Spots to Know

    Patagonia is home to so many incredible animals, but one of our favorite creates that we can find in Southern Argentina are penguins! We're calling all penguin lovers of the world to discover these black and white flightless birds in their natural habitat. We've pulled a list together of our three top spots to see Magellanic Penguins in Argentina. Punta Tombo Punta Tombo is the place to go if you want to see more penguins than you can Read more
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    3 Incredible National Parks in Patagonia

    Patagonia is an incredible destination shared between Argentina and Chile. This area is rich in national parks where the natural beauty is astounding. The biggest take away of these desolate areas is the untouched beauty, also known as the National Parks.  When planning your trip to Patagonia it can be hard to know exactly what national park is where and which ones you must visit, so, we broke down three of our favorite national parks found Read more
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    Best Places to go Fly Fishing in Patagonia

    Fly fishing is such a fun sport that it lures fanatics to destinations all over the world. This means that these fly fishing enthusiasts are naturally attracted to places that offer incredible sites, including some of the best fly fishing. If you are one of these enthusiasts and have a vacation coming up, then we suggest you gather your fishing supplies and your fishing buddies. Then, plan a trip to Patagonia. Because Patagonia has some of Read more
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    The Big 5 Animals In Patagonia

    Patagonia is a fascinating region, widely diverse in its landscape and wildlife. Animal lovers are particularly intrigued by the region due to the huge variety of flora and fauna that call Patagonia home. It’s especially exciting to see the several species of animals here that live almost exclusively in South America. Although there are lots of different animals in Patagonia, five species in particular are “must-sees” for anyone Read more
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    Top 4 Things to Do in Torres Del Paine, Patagonia

    Torres Del Paine is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Needless to say, the views are impeccable and the hikes are extremely satisfying, due to both their beauty and challenge. The national park in Chile's South Patagonia encompasses a diversity of mountains, glaciers, lakes and rivers. The name “Torres Del Paine” originates from the Tehuelche translation ‘Blue Towers’ due to this predominant color that manifests itself on Read more
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    Top Family Spring Break Destinations in Argentina

    In the final weeks of winter, thoughts of spring and the glorious possibility of a spring break vacation serve as motivation. As reminders of cold March days and rainy April showers roll around with the kids trapped inside with muddy spring weather creep into your mind, you . The whole scene almost begs you to escape as far away as you can. Whatever you’re looking for, these destinations in Argentina have you covered for a great family Read more
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    What to Pack for a Patagonia Cruise

    What to pack? Isn’t that a million dollar question for those braving the vast and beautiful lands of Patagonia? It’s a smart one too, because there’s nothing like regret that hits you like a brick when you are sitting on a trekking trail with wet, too-thin socks and holey shoes. And that is just one of the million things that can go wrong when you don’t pack right. Your Patagonia adventure can really be make or break, depending on the Read more
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    The Most Picture-Perfect Places in Ushuaia

    The tantalizing city of Ushuaia is commonly called El Fin Del Mundo, which means the end of the world.  This gorgeous port city is considered the southernmost city in the world, hence the nickname. Ushuaia is sandwiched between the Beagle Channel on the South and the Martial mountain range to its north. With mountains on one side and a beautiful channel on other, this city offers a variety of beautiful views. Here are some of the most Read more
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    Adventurous Honeymoon Ideas in South America

    South America has numerous such destinations that are ideal for a honeymoon couple. If you are looking for an adventurous honeymoon at a place which is rich in romance, adventure, diversity and culture, then you will find plenty of such places in South America. From natural glaciers to exotic beaches, dry deserts to evergreen forests, you will find everything in this part of America. Here are the best honeymoon destinations for couple who are Read more
  • El Chalten Hiking Must Dos Argentina

    Planning a Trip to El Chalten

    When planning a trip to El Chalten you will no doubt be licking your lips with the prospect of reaching the trekking capital of Argentina. Glaciers, lakes, rivers and forest will guide your way around this beautiful destination which still remains one of the hidden gems of southern Argentina. The landscapes are dry and dramatic and will take your breath away with every successful trek. From Buenos Aires it is a 20-hour coach journey south to Read more