Argentina and Chile: Exploring Patagonia Across The Border

Argentina and Chile

Pure and simple, Patagonia’s vast landscapes offer an enormous array of activities that will inspire any adventure traveler to grab their passport and go!

One of the most beautiful landscapes in the Western Hemisphere is found in the Patagonian Andes. For this reason, a chain of Argentine and Chilean national parks protects this natural beauty. Numerous lakes fed by glacial run-off reflect the majesty of the snow-capped peaks. The mountainsides are covered by primeval forests of subantarctic beech trees, many of which change color spectacularly in autumn.

Highlights include Patagonia’s most famous landmarks starting from Argentina and crossing over into Chile – from Ushuaia, the southernmost point in South America and its Tierra del Fuego, the enormous glaciers of El Calafate and Los Glaciares National Park, the iconic mountain peaks of Torres del Paine, and finally the fjords of Punta Arenas. End the trip on the lively coast of Chile for some seafood and wine-tasting.

Splurge on an adventure to Patagonia!


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ITINERARY at a Glance

Day 1

Arrive in Buenos Aires, afternoon city tour by foot and bike.

Day 2

City tour, tango dinner.

Day 3

Fly to Ushuaia, afternoon at leisure.

Day 4

Trekking and canoeing Tierra Del Fuego.

Day 5

Beagle Channel cruise, fly to El Calafate.

Day 6

Perito Moreno Glacier cruise.

Day 7

Day at working estancia and 4WD adventure.

Day 8

Cross into Chile’s Torres Del Paine National Park.

Day 9

Full day exploring Torres Del Paine.

Day 10

Explore fjords by Zodiac boat.

Day 11

Fly to Punta Arenas and connect with flight to Santiago. City tour.

Day 12

Explore Valparaiso and winery.

Day 13

Day at leisure. Transfer to airport for flight home.