4 reasons to explore Patagonia
- Hiking amongst the dramatic granite towers of Torres del Paine
- Kayaking past Humpback whales in Punta Arenas
- Horseriding with gauchos across the Argentine Steppe
- Mountain biking through the Lake District
Our most popular Patagonia group tours
What Our Customers Think
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Sonia Canada November 2017
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Peter Australia October 2017
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Types of Tour
Tailor-made tours to Patagonia
With 15 years' experience in Patagonia, we’re experts at creating bespoke itineraries. We'll work with you to design a 2-3 week - or longer - holiday based on your exact …
Join like-minded people on a 1-4 week journey across Patagonia, a cheaper way to see the most popular places in the region.
Luxury Patagonia Tours
To a certain extent the definition of luxury in Patagonia is very personal to the individual. From sipping Malbec whilst soaking in a wood-burning hot tub on the banks of a river …
The spectrum of the Patagonian landscape runs from the crystal blue ice sheets in Los Glaciares National Park, to the red stone of Los Cuernos in Torres del Paine and the deep greens of the southern fjords. Varied regions offer a wide range of adventure.
What are the regions of Patagonia?
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.