Patagonia and other adventure travel destinations

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Essential Patagonia Facts to Know Before Travelling in the Region

patagonia facts
9 minutos

You’ve booked your flights and you’re ready to land in one of the planet’s most exceptional areas of natural beauty. But before you travel, it’s worth reading the following essential Patagonia facts to make sure that your trip runs as smoothly as possible.

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5 Intriguing Animals in Argentina and Where to Find Them

animals in argentina
8 minutos

As a country that covers over 107 million sq.-miles (2.78 km²), it should come as no surprise that a huge variety of wildlife inhabit different parts of the Argentine countryside. Ranging from the world’s largest rodent to parrots that burrow in rocky cliffs to nest, these five animals in Argentina prove why this nation is […]

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Top Destinations For Trekking in Patagonia and How To Get To Them

trekking patagonia
8 minutos

From relaxed day treks skirting glacial lakes and spotting local fauna and flora to multi-day hikes through some of the region’s most distinctive scenery, trekking in Patagonia offers enough variety and challenge to keep even the most experienced hikers busy. Pack a pair of sturdy trekking boots, a rucksack and a sense of adventure and prepare […]

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2017’s Hottest Adventure Travel Destinations Around The Globe

8 minutos

As the new year settles in and the excesses of the festive season become but a gluttonous dream, it’s time to turn your attention toward the most important decision to be made in 2017: where to go on your next vacation. From snow-dusted mountains in the Canadian Rockies to the bewitching shimmer of the Northern […]

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Top 5 Argentine Patagonia Highlights Not to Miss

Argentine Patagonia
9 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 ten highlights on this list in one holiday. Depending upon the length of your vacation, it’s wise to concentrate on one region or plan […]

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Patagonia Transportation: How to Get Around the Zone

patagonia transportation
15 minutos

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 car rental are transport options […]

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Tips to Find the Perfect Accomodation in Patagonia

patagonia accomodation
11 minutos

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, will be fully booked during […]

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Traditional Chile Food to Sample On Your Next Vacation

chile food
8 minutos

If planning a visit to Chile, don’t worry about going hungry: this country has a wide selection of traditional dishes to give you a flavor of a nation that likes nothing more than to eat and drink well. Although some of the dishes mentioned here are more traditionally associated with certain regions of the country, […]

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8 Important Facts About Cape Horn

cape horn facts
6 minutos

Since the discovery of the passageway around Cape Horn in 1616, “rounding the horn” has come to represent a legendary act of perilous daring; a result of the thousands of European and international sailors who sought to battle the might of the ocean and sometimes failed in their attempts. Although you can now visit Cape […]

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4 Things to Consider When Booking A Panama Cruise

panama cruise
7 minutos

Although originally engineered to avoid the turbulent waters around Cape Horn and to make international trade quicker by connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, the Panama Canal has since become an important historical monument in its own right. Those taking cruises in Central America and the Caribbean will often find that passing along the canal is […]

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