Patagonia is one of the last places on Earth where you can still get away from the modern world. And hiking through it? Even better. Without further ado, we bring to you the best-untapped hikes in Patagonia, where isolation is the name of the game and nature is your neighbor.
There exists in South America a magical place. Deep within the groves of leafy Patagonian forest and beside the towering pinnacles of Andean mountains, you will find a hotel that let's you sleep beneath a waterfall. Yes, really.
If there is one thing we have learned as trekking specialists, it’s that trekking is one of the best ways to feel human and that throwing lots of dollars at expensive niche gear is not always conducive to having said amazing experience. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the 8 things you don’t need to see what you can get away with leaving behind!
As your eyes drift over the lists of 10 Essentials for Hiking in Patagonia and What to Wear for Your Patagonia Hike, they might start to water. Take a look below to see if renting your Patagonia trekking kit might be the ideal solution for you!
Did you know that Chile's capital, Santiago, has more than enough to ensure that those binoculars are out at the ready? In this blog we interview expert guide/birdwatching extraordinaire, Raffaele di Biase, to discover just why birdwatching in a city as modern as Santiago can be so rewarding.
Rafting in Chile is perhaps one of the greatest adventures you can embark on while on holiday in this country. We are blessed with countless short rivers, some perfect for beginners and others which provide an intense burst of energy for experienced river runners.