5 reasons to visit in September
- The National Parks are quieter so you often won’t come into contact with anyone else if you’re out and about exploring
- With visitor numbers down, enjoy the luxury of having your very own guide
- Experience wonderful snow-covered landscapes
- Try skiing on one of the many volcanoes, ice caps or fully-serviced ski resorts
- Statistically there’s a better chance of having clear days making this a popular time for photographers
Hiking in Patagonia in September
This intrepid itinerary is the most varied multi-sport adventure available in winter. It takes you through wild terrain on foot, on horseback, on bike and by kayak to the great dramatic sights of the Torres del Paine National Park, which…
- 4 Days
4.5 out of 5
Winter Highlights of Torres del Paine
Private cabins with hot tubs and transport between the highlights makes trekking in winter a really special experience. See Las Torres (The Towers), the enormous Glacier Grey, and make a stop at the rarely-visited Pingo Valley. You'll have the snow-covered…
- 3 Days
4.6 out of 5
The Original Torres del Paine W Trek
Hike the original W Trek and experience the highlights of this unique region. Trek to the best lookout points for stunning views of the Torres del Paine and explore the French Valley surrounded by hanging glaciers. Follow this with a…
- 5 Days
Cruises in September
4.3 out of 5
Northern Patagonia Fjords Cruise
Voyage to the most remote corners of the Northern Chilean Fjords on this small ship cruise that no other ships offer. Visit Chiloé Island, Glacier San Rafael, bathe in hot springs, explore the villages of Puerto Aguirre and Dalcahue and…
- 6 Days
4.6 out of 5
Wildlife, Glaciers & Cape Horn
Voyage south from Punta Arenas to Ushuaia on a small-ship expedition cruise packed with incredible wildlife, fascinating history, and breathtaking scenery. Sail the famous Strait of Magellan and Beagle Channel, navigate Tierra del Fuego's islands and visit the Pia Glacier.…
- 5 Days
Group Tours in September
When to Visit Patagonia
To help you decide when to travel, we've put together a guide for each month, including some facts and figures around the myth and legend of Patagonia's infamous weather.
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