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Giant glaciers and the magnificent Patagonian steppe
The glacier region is without doubt one of the country’s most beautiful areas and the highlight of many people’s trip to Argentina. Los Glaciares National Park is located in an area known as the austral Andes near the border with Chile, and is home to stunning mountains, lakes and, of course, glaciers.
The Perito Moreno is the most well-known glacier in the park and one of the few in the world that is still advancing – it can move up to 2m a day. 30km long, 5km wide and up to 60m high in parts, the Perito Moreno really is a sight to behold. Its craggy peaks, in multiple shades of white and blue, tower over the turquoise waters of the glacial lake.
The sight, and sound, of watching monumental chunks of glacial ice split and crash into the water is a spectacular phenomenon and there are walkways that allow you to view the glacier from different angles. There is also the option to take a boat trip around the base.
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The Lake District
The Argentine Lake District is a beautiful, picture-postcard region of snow capped peaks, forested slopes, crystalline lakes and rivers. A stop here adds a wonderfully tranquil dimension to any of our Argentina tours.Discover more
Torres del Paine
Torres del Paine National Park, in scenic southern Chile is the ultimate trekking destination with granite peaks, azure glaciers, thick forests and epic lakes. Experience intense natural beauty on tours and adventures from sea kayaking and horseback riding to challenging hikes.Discover more
An unassuming village of just 500 people, previously a remote outpost, El Chalten is nestled just beneath the FitzRoy and Cerro Torre mountains. Its location makes it one of the premier trekking and climbing destinations on any of our Argentina tours.Discover more
A frontier city at the end of the world, Ushuaia has grand appeal of really being on the last outpost of civilisation before the icy sweeps of the Antarctic.Discover more
A fragmentary fusion of dense evergreen forest cut by sparkling lakes and dominated by the looming presence of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field and the encroaching tip of the Northern Ice Field, the Aisen (or Aysén) Region feels like the farthest edge of the world, a sublime landscape barely touched by human presence ripe for adventure.Discover more
Shrouded in local myths and legends, Chiloé is Chile‘s second largest island after Tierra del Fuego. Though a relatively unknown and less travelled destination, it has a wild stealing beauty, quaint fishing harbours, and a simple way of south Patagonia life which combine to form a uniquely alluring place.Discover more
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When to visit
Generally speaking, the best time to visit Patagonia is during the summer months of December-February.
December - February
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