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Luxury Patagonia Tours

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Emily Opie, Lily Bunker & Susann Pietschmann

Patagonia, a vast unspoilt wilderness extending from the Lake District in Argentina and Chile, down to the Southern-most tip of South America. A land of breathtaking vistas, glaciers, crystalline turquoise lakes, wide open spaces and crisp clean air.

Both Argentina and Chile share this incredible region with so much to see and do in each, and our guides will help you see the best of it, from the Perito Moreno Glacier to towering peaks of Torres del Paine or a cruise around Cape Horn. Whatever you prefer to do, horse-riding, trekking, wildlife spotting, fishing, or simply enjoying the wide open landscapes, we’ll make it happen for you.

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I haven’t seen scenery this awesome since Alaska. We spent our first day in the Torres del Paine National Park, enjoying the unbelievable natural beauty of the glaciers, mountains, lakes and rivers. And, as always, we fell in love with our guide, who spent the day teaching us the Patagonia way to live. Delightful. I’ve added another ‘must come back to’ place to my Bucket List. I’ve loved, loved, loved it here. The breathtaking scenery, the long list of hikes and sights and activities and the genuine warmth of the people make this a truly wonderful place. What’s not to like?

Jennifer Richt
Travel Designer

Speak to one of our specialists who have lived and breathed Patagonia for themselves. Their first-hand personal experiences combine with long-standing expertise in planning trips to lay the foundations for your trip of a lifetime. We’ll help you explore the most beautiful parts of the region, enabling you to make the most of your time there.

Sunset Perito Moreno Glacier

Discover the best wilderness lodges, where personal service and the depth of experience are as important as your comfort. We’ll put together a private, personalised Patagonia tour just for you. Find inspiration below with our list of example trip plans, all of which can be entirely customised to suit you.

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Browse the example plans above and talk with our Patagonia experts to create your very own personal itinerary.

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Our favourite places to stay in Patagonia

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Awasi Patagonia

You wouldn’t think that the spectacular Patagonian region of Torres del Paine could get any better regarding luxurious design-led hotels, but it just did; with the highly and hotly anticipated sibling hotel to Awasi Atacama, and the only one in the area to do tailor-made excursions for each guest.

Twelve curious, wooden-clad, shipping crate-style ‘villas’, which were inspired by the old outpost shelters, lie scattered over the wind-protected plains of its own private reserve and facing the unfolding scenes of Lake Sarmiento and the three tower peaks. Inside these, the warming and minimal Scandinavian cabin décor nicely cushions you from the harsh scenes outside, with natural wood interiors, large inviting beds, your own living room with log fireplaces, hot tub, and with every modern amenity to hand in its 860 square feet. The master villa, which has two bedrooms, is good for families.

The dispersal of these freestanding villas actually befits the solitude of your surroundings, giving you a pleasing level of privacy but also a heightened experience of the landscape’s isolation.

The main house, just a short walk from the villas, has a dining room, terrace and living area. Awasi is renowned not only for its style, but for tailoring its tours for each individual guest and for serving delectable gourmet food (their property in the Atacama is a member of Relais & Chateaux). Guests will be able to choose whatever excursions they want to do, without having to compromise for the sake of a group.

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Eolo

Eolo sits on a 10,000-acre estancia in the Patagonian steppe between the town of El Calafate and the majestic Perioto Merino glacier. Surrounded by lakes, vast plains and the imposing peaks of the Andes, this is nature at its very best.

The hotel has been built to ensure that wherever you are, you can take in these incredible views. Eolo is centred around a courtyard garden, a nifty bit of architecture that means guests can enjoy the great outdoors whilst being protected from the wild Patagonian winds.

There are 17 beautiful rooms characterised by pastel colours and simple lines. Nothing is overly complicated here, simplicity is key when your surroundings are so dramatic. There are no televisions in the rooms, instead guests are encouraged to curl up on one of the sofas that are placed in front of the large picture windows. Eolo was inspired by the historic estancias of the area and you’ll find antiques, maps, telescopes and lots of other traditional touches.

The food at Eolo is a real highlight. Excellent local, seasonal produce is used to create a dynamic and exciting menu. The views that await from your dining table make the experience even sweeter.

This is an area begging to be explored, and there are plenty of activites on offer. Hiking, horseriding, birdwatching and mountain biking are some of the experiences to keep you busy. At the hotel itself there is an area for relaxation with a small heated pool, dry sauna and massage room.

All meals and non-alcoholic drinks are included during your stay at Eolo.

Feeling inspired? Talk to our experts today and start creating your trip of a lifetime to Patagonia.

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