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Patagonia Transportation: How to Get Around the Zone

  • Australis

Patagonia might seem a complicated destination to reach, but a reliable network of flights from the two capitals, Santiago (Chile) and Buenos Aires (Argentina), to the main cities in Patagonia makes this a straightforward trip to organize. Booking flights as far in advance as possible is essential, while buses and […]

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Tips to Find the Perfect Accomodation in Patagonia

  • Australis

As tourism has increased, so has the range and quality of the accommodations that you can expect to find here. During the summer months, accommodations should be booked at least three months in advance, as refugios and hotels, particularly in some of the prime destinations such as Torres del Paine, […]

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A Guide to the Most Accessible Airports in Patagonia

  • Australis

With a few months on your hands, you can see the best parts of Patagonia with the help of four wheels. But if you’re pushed for time, it makes more sense to consider flying between the region’s major cities, particularly given how vast in scale Patagonia really is. Plan your […]

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When to visit Patagonia: Weather for each Season

  • Australis

Choosing when to visit Patagonia is an essential consideration before planning your itinerary, as parts of the country are less accessible during the snowy winter months. Although weather in Patagonia is noted for its unpredictability, certain periods of the year are still better suited to particular outdoor activities. If visiting […]

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Top 5 Chilean Patagonia Highlights Not to Miss

  • Australis

An area that encompasses the southern regions of Chile and Argentina, Patagonia covers over 260,000-sq. miles (673,000-sq. km). It is for this reason that it’s difficult to see all of the ten highlights on this list in one holiday. Depending upon the length of your vacation, it’s wise to concentrate […]

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How to Decide Whether the W Trek, Patagonia Is For You

  • Australis

Although the W trek, Patagonia is the region’s most famous hike, travelers might be surprised to learn that there are alternatives to this route through Torres del Paine National Park. If you’re contemplating visiting one of the globe’s most celebrated areas of outstanding natural beauty, it’s worth answering the following […]

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Which Day Trips in Ushuaia Should You Take?

  • Australis

Ushuaia, Argentina’s final frontier and the boarding point for a variety of cruises to Antarctica and Chile, is a city that never fails to impress. From its awe-inspiring location surrounded by dizzyingly tall mountains and epic views of the Beagle Channel to the miles and miles of spectacular natural places on its […]

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A Patagonia Trip Planner For Three Weeks in the Region

  • Australis

Although Patagonia covers a huge area of over 402,700sq.-miles (over one million km²), three weeks is enough for seeing some of the region’s most celebrated sights. This Patagonia trip planner sets out the unmissable attractions to fit into your itinerary and gives practical information about how to travel between the […]

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The Story Behind Patagonia’s Newest Parks

  • Australis

In the last few decades, change has been afoot in Patagonia with regards to its approach to conservation and returning lands that have been used for grazing for centuries back to their original wild states. Central to this transition has been a couple from the US: Kris McDivitt Tompkins and […]

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