Types of Tour

Whatever type of tour you're looking for, we can help:

Tailor-made Tours: Our team of experts will work with you to design your perfect 2-3 week adventure.

Group Tours: Great for solo travellers and those on a budget, group tours come packaged with fixed itineraries, dates, and prices, making them easy to plan around.

Luxury Tours: Experience all that Patagonia has to offer from the comfort of a luxury lodge, estancia or hotel.

Types of Tour

Tailor-made Tour

Patagonia is a vast and varied region, with a wealth of things to see and do, a range of places to stay and a limited transport network. Why not let us do the hard work for you? With 15 years' experience in Patagonia, we’re experts at creating itineraries. We'll work with you to design a 2-3 week - or longer - holiday based on your exact requirements, whether that's helping you see the highlights of Patagonia or creating something more bespoke. We'll be on hand to help you before, during and after your trip; from the moment we've booked it all for you to the moment you return home.

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Group Tours

Group tours range from luxury to rugged, overland trips. They are typically for 2-3 weeks and explore all the main sites.

Great for solo travellers and those on a budget, group tours come packaged with fixed itineraries, dates, and prices, making them easy to plan around. Group sizes tend to be around 15 travellers at most and you'll really get to know each other as you make your way across Patagonia together.

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Luxury Tours

Patagonia doesn't have to mean camping or hosteling. With the right budget, you can see and experience all that Patagonia has to offer from the comfort of luxury accommodation.

We'll help you adventure by day and choose the right hotels, lodges or estancias where you can enjoy fine food and dining, and perhaps even a spa, by night.

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Places to Go

Torres del Paine

Torres del Paine National Park, with its dramatic granite peaks, is Patagonia's most popular trekking destination. While it's best known for its W Trek and the Torres del Paine Circuit, this national park is also home to horse-riding, kayaking, and puma-tracking.


El Chalten & Fitz Roy

The town of El Chalten is a hikers' haven, lying in the shadow of the dominant Mt. Fitz Roy. Staying in the town, you'll be able to go on day hikes around Fitz Roy to incredible sights. You'll also find the world famous Perito Moreno Glacier nearby.


Tierra del Fuego

Tierra del Fuego is a wild, windswept land for intrepid trekkers and those embarking on an adventure cruise through the glacial waters of the Magellan Straits and South to Cape Horn. It is also home to the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia, from where you can set out on a voyage to Antarctica.


Bariloche & The Lake District

Warmer, greener and wetter than most of Patagonia, the Lake District offers many options for fishing, kayaking, and rafting. Other adventure activities such as hiking, horse-riding, and bike touring are on offer here in the summer months, while the surrounding snowy peaks attract skiers to Bariloche during the winter.

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