Patagonia and other adventure travel destinations

A blog for adventurers who like to travel in style

Is An Argentina Cruise For You? 5 Things to Consider Before Booking

argentina cruise
10 minutos

With its vast coastline and variety of fascinating port cities, it’s no wonder that Argentina is becoming an increasingly popular country to visit as part of a cruise. But whether you’re new to this style of travel or an old hat at touring the oceans by ship, it can be a daunting challenge selecting the […]

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Top 5 Argentine Patagonia Highlights Not to Miss

Argentine Patagonia
8 minutos

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 five Patagonia highlights on this list in one holiday. Depending upon the length of your vacation, it may be wise to concentrate on one […]

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4 Essential Things to Know Before Booking Patagonia Vacation Packages

patagonia vacation packages
12 minutos

We’ve talked about why Patagonia should be at the top of your bucket list but despite being a part of the world that leaves visitors speechless (and reaching for their cameras!), looking for Patagonia vacation ideas and booking Patagonia vacation packages can seem quite daunting.

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Magellanic Penguins in Chilean Patagonia

magellanic penguins
9 minutos

What are Magellanic penguins? Magellanic penguins or spheniscus magellanicus are a medium-sized penguin species named after the explorer Ferdinand Magellan, who was the first to record the animal during an expedition in 1519. They are identifiable by their distinctive white band which loops from each eye and meets at the underside of the throat. As […]

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9 Astonishing Things You Never Knew About Patagonia

patagonia facts
13 minutos

Patagonia is unique and incomparable with anywhere else in South America – or perhaps even on the planet. But whatever you might have seen or heard about this land of astounding history and breathtakingly beautiful natural landmarks, allow us to introduce you to some of the astonishing fun facts about Patagonia.

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Where is the Beagle Channel?

beagle channel
7 minutos

Have you ever heard of the Beagle Channel? In this article, you will learn all about this fascinating waterway, its unique features, and historical facts. The Beagle Channel is located at the end of the world, more precisely at South America’s southern tip, and connects the Atlantic and the Pacific. It thus connects two oceans. The waterway was named […]

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Where to observe the most beautiful Chilean landscapes?

argentinian borders
6 minutos

Chile is a vast territory, and the variety of landscapes and climates is one of its great riches. The most beautiful Chilean landscapes extend from the extreme north to the southern tip of the country. Between the aridity of the Atacama Desert and the sublime and icy region of Patagonia, not forgetting Valparaiso and Easter Island, discover the places […]

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Interesting facts about the Andes mountains

andes mountains facts
7 minutos

Would you like to know more about the fascinating Andes mountains? Then you are at the right place because in this article you will learn everything about this impressive mountain range that winds through South America from north to south. The Andes are famous for their varied landscape and are among the most extended mountain […]

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Journey to the end of the world

patagonia trip
5 minutos

The film “Journey to the End of the World” is a documentary directed in the 1970s by Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Philippe Cousteau, and Marshall Flaum. The theme makes one dream: we follow the explorers for 4 months during a trip to Antarctica. Nowadays, it is much easier to get to the frozen continent, and tourism is […]

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Pampas fox – the wild dog of the pampas

pampas fox
7 minutos

Do you know where the pampas fox lives? As the name suggests, he lives in the pampas. But where exactly? In South America! This little fox roams the Steppe’s plains in Argentina, but it spreads even to the east of Bolivia, the west of Paraguay, and a part of south-east Brazil. In this article, you […]

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