Patagonia is one of the world’s great wilderness areas and its culture is intertwined with that of the European pioneers and gauchos. This fascinating journey through four national parks in Argentina and Chile reveals the distinct cultures and landscapes of this remote part of the world.
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Fly from London (regional connections available) to Buenos Aires with British Airways. (N)
Morning arrival. Transfer to the Brick Hotel for 2 nights. Afternoon at leisure to explore the streets of Buenos Aires on foot. (N)
Morning tour of Buenos Aires, discovering its blend of European cultures and grand architecture. (B)
Fly to Bariloche on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi. Transfer to Hotel NH Edelweiss for 2 nights. (B)
Half-day tour of Bariloche’s scenic surroundings, including Moreno lake, Angostura river and Campanario hill. (B)
Full-day shared journey by coach and boat across the Lake District to Chile. Travel across lakes and mountains, past waterfalls and forests, to the lakeside town of Puerto Varas, with views of the Osorno volcano on clear days. Transfer to the Cabana del Lago Hotel for 1 night. (B)
Fly to Punta Arenas and transfer to Puerto Natales. Stay overnight at the Hotel CostAustralis, overlooking the waters of Last Hope Sound. (B)
Full-day shared tour of Torres del Paine National Park, the most recognised landscape of Patagonia. This remote and beautiful area encompasses mountains, glaciers and lakes, and is a habitat for guanacos, condors and native flightless rheas. Visit Salto Grande waterfall, Lake Nordenskjöld, Lake Pehoe and Lake Grey. Stay 2 nights at the Hotel Lago Grey for 2 nights (Superior room with view). (B, L)
Day at leisure to take optional excursions. (B)
Drive across the border to El Calafate in Argentina (shared transfer). Stay 2 nights at Hotel Kosten Aike. (B)
Full-day tour of the stunning Perito Moreno glacier. At 5km wide, it is a magnificent sight. See the glacier from the observation platforms and take a cruise on the lake in front of the ice wall. (B)
Fly to Ushuaia, the world’s most southerly city. Stay for 2 nights at the Hotel Los Acebos or similar with panoramic views over the bay. (B)
Morning cruise in the Beagle Channel. Afternoon visit to Tierra del Fuego National Park. (B)
Fly to Buenos Aires and transfer to the Brick Hotel for 1 night. Optional evening dinner and tango show at Esquina Carlos Gardel. (B)
Transfer to the airport and fly to London with British Airways. (B)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
Iguazú / Iguaçu National Park fees are
not included in the extension.
This tour is based in 4- and 5-star accommodation.
Available on request.
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PAI2019: 13 Nights
Situated on the south shore of Lake Nahuel Huapi, Bariloche (also know as San Carlos de...
Buenos Aires is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city that often feels more European than Sout...
El Calafate is a small town situated on the southern shore on Lago Argentino. It is ofte...
Puerto Natales Settled in 1911 on the shores of Seno Ultima Esperanza (Last Hope Sound) as a port for the sheep industry...
The spectacular Torres del Paine National Park is part of the United Nation’s World Biosphere Reserve system.
Ushuaia is the capital of Tierra del Fuego, and is situated at the southern tip of the...