I’m working in a world that is so different from what I understood ‘business’ to mean when I started my career. Two recent experiences have confirmed in my mind that every chance encounter with someone new is an opportunity, but each requires a very genuine, open and human interaction, and the outcomes are typically unexpected. […]Read More
Lucy’s Video Review of Kayaking in Patagonia
For a chance to do a trip similar to Lucy’s check out the examples below: Colours of Tyndall – A 4 day kayak trip along the Serrano river, started out from Torres del Paine, and coming up close with the Tyndall and Serrano Glaciers. Tyndall Glacier & Blue Lake – Over 4 days paddle to the Serrano fall […]Read More
Matty hikes the W Circuit in Torres del Paine.
Name: Matty Age: 37 Occupation: Academic Researcher What operator did you go with or did you organise it yourself? I organised the complete trip to Chile myself. However, I had a guide in Torres del Paine and he took care of all the arrangements in the park, such as places to sleep, food, etc. What […]Read More
The kit checklist.
Struggling to think what the necessary items are to pack for your great adventure? Want to make sure you’ve covered all eventualities and are prepared for anything and everything that Patagonia has in store for you? Use our checklist below to help make sure you’ve got everything covered. 1. Luggage Do NOT bring a hard, […]Read More
Creature Feature: Guanacos in Patagonia
David Thyberg © The sleek and powerful guanacos are native to the arid, mountainous regions of South America. In Chile and Argentina, they are more numerous in the Patagonian steppes, in places like the Torres del Paine National Park, and Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, where they roam wild all year round. Because they […]Read More