Dazzling and assorted Patagonia

Patagonia exhibits its greatness, not only because of the vast expanse of territory it comprises, but much more because of the diverse attractions that distinguish it. Among them, going from north to south, emerge: the vineyards region, lakes and mountains, ice fields and ancient glaciers, and the southernmost region: The End of the World. We suggest five trip itineraries to cover each of these wonderful regions:

  1. Exclusive Patagonia with Australis Cruise

Exploring The End of the World aboard an expedition cruise is one of the most remote and beautiful trips that can be taken in life. Among ancient ice blocks, sail through the Beagle Channel and the Strait of Magellan to get from Patagonia Argentina to Punta Arenas, Chile. On the way you’ll also visit the Cape Horn and Magdalena Island, which hosts an immense colony of Magellanic Penguins. During this trip we’ll also stay at Ushuaia, to visit the Tierra del Fuego National Park, climb aboard the End of the World Railway and visit the lakes area, in a 4×4 adventure. Torres del Paine, one of the most beautiful national parks in South America, and El Calafate, from where we visit the spectacular Perito Moreno Glacier, are other two destinations included in this trip. For more information please click here: http://www.acrossargentina.com/vacations_argentina_patagonia

Patagonia Australis Cruise

  1. Heart of Patagonia

A trip through the vastness of the Patagonian steppe, from Comodoro Rivadavia on the Atlantic Ocean to El Calafate, next to the Andes Range. Traveling through the Route 40 South, we look back 9,000 years ago to visit the main archaeological site of Patagonia, the Hands Cave; and afterwards we find the most varied fauna while visiting the Perito Moreno National Park: guanacos, foxes, flamingos, swans and piches, among others. Moving south, we reach the town of El Chalten after going through the Lake St. Martin’s and Lake Viedma’s shores. The trip ends at El Calafate. To learn about the heart of Patagonia Argentina in 17 days please visit: http://www.acrossargentina.com/trip_patagonia


  1. Route 40 South

This trip begins in Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, where you’ll have the opportunity to learn about its fascinating history and culture. Afterwards, we’ll take a flight to San Carlos de Bariloche, among the most delightful destinations in Patagonia, distinguished by its crystalline lakes, natural reserves, forests and mountains. From Bariloche we’ll undertake Route 40, travelling south  in the company of wonderfull landscapes, till we reach the city of El Calafate, from where we’ll visit the majestic Perito Moreno Glacier. For more information: http://www.acrossargentina.com/trips_patagonia


  1. Double Corssing The Andes Mountains

Visit the most important wineries in Mendoza, the land of good sun and good wine. Then cross the Andes Range by land, to reach the city of Santiago de Chile, from where we will visit Viña del Mar and Valparaiso, in the Pacific Coast. Following our journey, we’ll take a flight to Puerto Montt, to reach Puerto Varas, from where we’ll make a tour to Ancud and Chiloe Island. And we’ll finally return to Argentina by the famous Lake Crossing, through the Andean lakes, Pérez Rosales and Nahuel Huapi National Parks, and Puerto Blest, arriving at the town of Bariloche. Want to learn more about this Andean adventure? Visit http://www.acrossargentina.com/patagonia_vacations_bariloche


  1. Best of Pataonian trekking

For lovers of trekking, this special and unique recommendation: Torres del Paine, the best destination in ‪Southamerica to practice trekking. This Chilean National Park hosts the W Circuit, rated as one of the top 10 of the world. It takes 5 days and 4 nights to complete its extension of 71 km, visiting fascinating natural ‪‎scenaries including Base Torres, the French Valley and Grey Glacier . ‪Accommodation options are varied during this‪ adventure : ‪‎refugios, domes, cabins and campings.You may also enjoy the National Park without focusing on trekking. The Hotel Las Torres ensures comfortable accommodation within the National Park and offers experiences with “baqueanos“, like horseback riding, hiking, wildlife observation. Dare to this experience! http://www.acrossargentina.com/trekking_hiking_adventure_trips_patagonia


We are local hosts in South America, and for that reason we know and recommend places and accommodations where we have actually been. We receive training from our local partners, so to devise new experiences. We are constantly in pursuit of new places and sensations, to offer unexplored and original destinations; “hidden treasures” for the real traveller who wishes to live and discover the region with a different flair, always combining it with the enjoyment of the local atmosphere.


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