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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.

6 Winter Bucket List Adventures

Traveling in winter sounds daunting, but it really shouldn’t - with the right gear and destination in mind, you can set yourself up to have a holiday to turn the sunbathers green with envy!  Chile, being a country with some of the best tourist infrastructure, transport links and quality resorts in all of Latin America, makes for a sensible choice with more than enough options to satisfy the thrill seekers as well as those after something a little more relaxed.

Winter Bucket List Adventures You Must Have in Chile

5 Reasons Why Chile Is The Next Top Winter Travel Destination

Chile is THE country to visit in South America right now! Whether you want to go trekking, wine tasting, rafting, or enjoy cultural activities, there’s a little something for everyone, ranging from the Atacam desert down to Patagonia. But did you know that Chile is also the perfect place for a winter getaway? That’s right: when the summer heatwaves hit in the northern hemisphere, that’s when winter settles in over Chile and the fun begins.

Inside The Lives of Patagonian Cowboys at Estancia La Peninsula

Horseback riding at Estancia La Peninsula

When most people think of Patagonia, their minds immediately go to the region’s iconic mountains like Mount Fitz Roy and the Torres del Paine; the creeping glaciers that loom over lakes of pristine water; and the allure of wide-open spaces at the end of the world, where mankind has no real foothold and exists at the mercy of the elements. There is truly no other place like it on Earth.

But what Patagonia has in natural wealth, it equally has in culture. An enduring example of this is the estancia.

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