To us, Patagonia signifies freedom, space, adventure, wilderness, challenge, beauty and fantasy. You may have dreamt about standing in a vast landscape as the fierce winds blow or rounding Cape Horn and discovering the End of the World. In Patagonia, this is exactly what you can do. It’s raw beauty is ready to welcome you and stay in your dreams forever!
The best time to visit Patagonia is between October and March. Spring and fall see highs of 53º and lows of 36º. In the summer the temps range from 72º – 40º and the winter gets down to 45º to 30º. Feel the incredible winds of this region that can reach up to 70 miles per hour!
Patagonia is the land of lamb and trout. Even in the most remote destinations, the local comfort food sticks to your ribs and keep your energy levels up for the long hikes! Make sure to try out all of the local beers and chocolates in the center of Bariloche.
How To Get There
Patagonia is GRANDE and you have to get there by plane. Airports and their distances from Buenos Aires: El Calafate (FTE) 3 hr 20 min flight, Ushuaia (USH) 3 hr 40 min flight, Bariloche (BRC) 2 hr 20 min flight and Puerto Madryn (PYM) 2 hour flight.
Glacier trekking El Calafate
Listen to the wind, feel the cool ice glacier formations beneath you, breathe the purest Patagonian air, and feast your eyes on the most intense natural colors you’ve ever witnessed.
Fishing in Patagonia
Patagonia is home to some of the best trout fishing in the world. This is perfect for families or a trip with the boys. If you like to fish but your traveling partner doesn’t, we have excellent options for them.
Hiking El Chaltén & Torres del Paine
Explore scenes directly from the pages of National Geographic Magazine, rent a car and discover secret lagoons and glaciers. Watch as the penguins migrate and the condors fly overhead. WIth just the right wind and a little luck, you’ll spot the majestic peaks of Cerro Torre and Mount Fitz Roy.
Discovering Tierra del Fuego
Tierra del Fuego is the end of the world where the Andes Mountain range curls into the ocean like a dragon’s tail. Incredible national parks, kayaking, and breathtaking picnics, the natural wonders are endless.
Whale Watching in Puerto Madryn
Welcome to the wild! The Patagonian coast is known for its bountiful land and marine wildlife. Watch for whales, seals, sea lions, penguins, and land species like rheas, guanacos and over 181 bird species. Don’t forget your binoculars!
Biking, Hiking, and Kayaking in Bariloche & El Bolsón
Ah, the Argentine Alps! A favorite for mountain and lake lovers, chocolate and beer enthusiasts, German architecture buffs, and former Presidents in search for some R&R. Bariloche and El Bolsón have that idyllic mix of natural beauty and fascinating history.