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Patagonia Tours

Patagonia tours insider news, seasonal tips, eco-travel tales and trip diaries from the spectacular Torres del Paine massif in Chilean Patagonia and Cascada’s award-winning EcoCamp Patagonia. We’ve got all you need to know about hiking equipment and clothing, wildlife guides and how to extend your hiking trip into Argentinean Patagonia! Enrich your Patagonia tour experience when you read about Patagonia’s human history and find out what to expect on a tour of Grey Glacier or the Milodon’s Cave! You’ll also find our exclusive Patagonia tour infographics with everything you need to know in an at-a-glance format. Get insider know-how on Patagonia tours directly to your feed reader by subscribing to our Feed Feed.

Get to know Puerto Natales - The Gateway to Torres del Paine

Hotel on Puerto Natales Waterfront

Known as the gateway to Torres del Paine National Park, the town of Puerto Natales may seen by many as a quick stopover before heading off into the surrounding wilderness in search of adventure and natural wonder, but taking a few days to explore the town and its immediate surroundings offers a glimpse into the diverse and fascinating history and culture of this part of Patagonia.

Patagonia's Past: The Legend of the Calafate Berry

Calafate berry. Picture by Quintessential Adventures

When visiting Patagonia, especially during the breezy spring and summer months of November through March, while traipsing along the well-worn trails you’ll probably encounter deep-blue, almost purple berries dangling from small bushes huddled under trees and other shrubs. While they could easily be mistaken for blueberries, don’t be deceived: these are Calafate berries, indigenous to the region, deeply rooted in Patagonian folklore, and delightfully yummy to snack on.

9 Reasons Argentina Should Be on Your Travel List for 2017

There’s a lot more to Argentina than just Buenos Aires, Mendoza, or Bariloche. To the north, you’ll find spectacular mountainous valleys, luscious vineyards, and cities filled with classic architecture, and to the south, some of the most amazing glaciers, mountains, and wildlife in the world. Here’s some off-the-beaten-path reasons why Argentina should be on your travel list for 2017!

Anna's Argentina: A trip to Argentine Patagonia with our trekking and adventure specialist

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Hear what our own staff have to say about our programs in Argentina - for a limited time now 10% off!

At Cascada Expediciones, our goal is to give you the best quality travel programs possible, showcasing the marvels of Chile and South America through experiential and life-changing trips. We believe in our trips so much, in fact, that we have members of our own team go on them as well to experience all the fun and adventure for themselves! Then, they can share their experiences with you to help you pick your dream vacation.

Of Mosses and Men: Inside the Enchanting Miniature Forests of Cape Horn

Of Mosses and Men Inside the Enchanting Miniature Forests of Cape Horn

You’ll want to be careful where you step at the OMORA Ethnobotanical Park on Navarino Island in Tierra del Fuego. Located in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve - heralded as one of the most sustainable places on Earth - OMORA specializes in scientific research projects examining the biodiversity of the region. 

The Dientes Trek: A guide to the best trek you've never heard of

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It's time to venture off the edge of the map to discover the epic mountains and views of the Dientes Trek.

South America is a mecca for some of the most cultural, scenic, and adventurous treks on the planet, such as the W Trek in Torres del Paine and the Inca Trail. But there’s one trek you’ve probably never heard of, and you should definitely add it to your travel list.

Prepare to sink your teeth into the Dientes Trek.

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