From Bariloche -at the very north of the Andean Patagonia, to Ushuaia, in the southernmost tip of Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia extends its beauty through dramatic sceneries that are worth to see. Impressive Glaciers, colorful rivers, endemic forests, epic trails to walk through, amazing ocean wildlife, lonely roads along endless steppe…the options to get amazed are as big as the attractions that compose this vast territory.
Sometimes we get questions such as when is the best time for hiking, or the right season to find whales and penguins at the same time, or the best way to combine both Argentinean and Chilean Patagonia, or the best places to visit in Argentina. In some cases, the answer is clear, but in many other ones, the answer is that there is no “best place”, but the best trip customized for each traveler. These are some of the travel ideas for Patagonia Tours:
Navigate from Ushuaia to Cape Horn and continue to Punta Arenas; visit then Torres del Paine, and end your trip with the majestic views of the Glacier Perito Moreno and the Mount Fitz Roy. Glaciers-Torres del Paine-Fitz Roy-Ushuaia-Cape Horn.
Ushuaia to Cape Horn and Punta Arenas: navigate the remote Chilean fjords from Ushuaia to Cape Horn, finishing in Punta Arenas (or viceversa), onboard a modern cruise ship and within the frame of a fulfilling activity program.
Classic Ushuaia starting from Punta Arenas: plenty of travelers want to visit Ushuaia from Punta Arenas, and don´t know how to do it. Even though there are many ways to join both destinations (such as the cruise from Ushuaia to Cape Horn), an overland ride across the Pampa is an intrepid idea.