The Highlights of Patagonia

Duration 10 days
Price guide
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Perito Moreno Glacier, Patagonia, Argentina
A guanaco in Torres del Paine National Park
Rows of leafy grape vines in Chile's wine region
Explore the vast wilderness of Patagonia from the Lake District in Argentina and Chile down to the southern-most tip of South America. This itinerary starts in the vibrant city of Buenos Aires and visits some of the region's most stunning natural landscapes, including the staggering Perito Moreno Glacier, Torres del Paine National Park and Chile's Wine Region.

Trip highlights

  • Explore Patagonia with expert naturalist guides
  • Admire Perito Moreno Glacier on a private tour
  • Enjoy fine dining and wine tasting south of Santiago
  • Soak up the views in Torres del Paine
  • Experience the thrill of tango in Buenos Aires
  • Go horse riding or hiking in Chile's Wine Region

Itinerary in detail

We design one-of-a-kind journeys incorporating luxury in all its forms. Our bespoke trips include:

  • Luxury accommodation throughout
  • Privately guided tours
  • Private transfers
  • Meticulously selected experiences
  • Expertise and support from your Jacada Concierge
Black and white illustration of two guides pointing to a building in the distance
  • Days 1–3 Buenos Aires
  • Days 3–5 El Calafate
  • Days 5–9 Torres del Paine
  • Days 9–11 Santiago
  • Days 9–10 Chile's Wine Region
Ultimate Highlights of Patagonia
Price guide
  • Days 1–3 Buenos Aires
  • Days 3–5 El Calafate
  • Days 5–9 Torres del Paine
  • Days 9–11 Santiago
  • Days 9–10 Chile's Wine Region

Every Jacada trip is tailored to your personal preferences and interests. Below you’ll find a sample itinerary to inspire your own custom-designed journey.

Days 1–3

Two nights in Argentina's capital

Before you set off for the wilds of Patagonia, spend a night relaxing and exploring the wonderful, colourful city of Buenos Aires. Take in a tango show and explore the city’s distinctive districts on a privately-guided tour, or ask your concierge to organise a more specialist excursion such as a personal shopping trip, wine tasting or tango lessons.

Sightseeing and culture

Four balconies city tour

This exclusive tour with an expert guide serves as the perfect introduction to four of the city’s most distinctive districts: Parque Lezama and La Boca in the south, where artists’ ateliers and brightly coloured houses jostle for space; European-influenced Plaza San Martin and Retiro; and Recoleta, home to Evita Peron’s Mausoleum.

Rojo tango show

Sip champagne and enjoy the best tango show in town, set in the exclusive environs of the Faena Hotel. The Rojo tango is the smallest and most stylish of tango salons.


Days 3–5

Two nights in the glacier region from El Calafate

Next you’ll spend a couple of nights based in El Calafate on the edge of the Southern Patagonian ice field. From here you’ll visit Argentina’s staggering glaciers, including the Perito Moreno Glacier in Los Glaciares National Park. This is truly is a land of breathtaking vistas, wide open spaces and crisp clean air. Grey foxes flee across the heathery landscape, whilst cinnamon-coloured guanaco deer balance on rocky crags and rosy flamingos gather at the water’s edge. Hawks and kites hover over the hillside, eyeing scurrying voles and other rodents.

A private tour of Perito Moreno Glacier

A private car will take you the 2.5 hours to Los Glaciares National Park, with stops at viewpoints en-route to spot fox, deer, hare and armadillo – and if you’re very lucky, a puma or the silhouette of a condor. Arriving at the humbling sight of the vast Perito Moreno Glacier you will take a guided hike along specially built walkways with superb vistas and photo-taking opportunities, as well as opportunities to learn about the environmental and local importance of the glacier.

Days 5–9

Four nights of exploration in Torres del Paine

Deep in the south of Chile’s remote Patagonia, the spectacular Torres del Paine National Park is considered one of the most beautiful areas in the world and is packed with mesmerising picture-postcard peaks, glaciers and lakes. You can choose from a variety of excursions, including exploring the park’s famous hiking routes, setting off on horseback rides with gauchos or taking a helicopter flight to take in the park’s wild landscapes from above.

Torres del Paine by helicopter

Amazing landscape of Torres del Paine National Park in chile

Board an exclusive helicopter flight around the periphery of the park and soak up the beauty of Torres del Paine from above. As you rise above the trails and hiking routes, this incredible angle shows the wonders of Chilean Patagonia in a whole new light.

Days 9–10

Overnight in Santiago

Enjoy a night in the city in Santiago, backdropped by the majestic Andes. Your concierge will recommend the best restaurants and attractions to make sure you make the most of your time in Chile’s historic capital.

Days 9–11

Two nights in Chile's famous Wine Region

South of Santiago lies Chile’s rich central valleys with their numerous vineyards. Spend your days in the Wine Region touring exclusive wineries, tasting at cellar doors, horse riding, hiking and much more. In the evenings, enjoy fine dining at the restaurants our Concierge experts will recommend to you.


Santa Rita Vineyard in Chile's Wine Region