What Famous Monuments Can You Visit in Patagonia?

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When we think about Patagonia it is common to imagine wild nature and its numerous natural parks, but what many people do not know is that the southern end of the American continent also hosts a number of famous monuments. There are historical sites, museums and many areas of interest. […]

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Cordero al palo: The quintessential Patagonia food

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Exploring the wilds of Patagonia is for adventurous spirits – and the cuisine is all part of the excitement. In Patagonia food is largely based around meat dishes. The defining regional dish is cordero al palo, otherwise known as asado al palo. This name refers how Patagonians traditionally cook the […]

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How to get from Puerto Natales to El Chaltén

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Patagonia is a huge region, spanning the entire southern tip of the South American continent. Taking in parts of Chile and Argentina, it would take numerous trips to explore this astonishing landscape in its entirety. However, if you want to create a trip that includes what are arguably the highlights, […]

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Patagonian scallops and 4 other dishes you have to try

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When most people think of Patagonia, they think of glaciers, mountains, big skies, and vast untouched wilderness. While many travelers will head to Patagonia for long hikes, extreme sports, and a simpler way of life, it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some of the finer things in life during your […]

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How to get from Puerto Natales to El Calafate

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The vast region of Patagonia isn’t confined to one country. In fact, it actually stretches across most of southern Chile and Argentina. It’s almost impossible to see every part of Patagonia in a single vacation – but if you wanted to create a fairly comprehensive trip, you might want to […]

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A quick guide to trekking the Huemul Circuit

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Patagonia offers some of the world’s breathtaking hikes. Most die-hard adventurers will cite the Torres del Paine W trek as the ultimate Patagonian trail – however, there is a lesser known route that’s a strong contender for the title. In a remote corner of Los Glaciares National Park, the Huemul […]

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10 reasons you need to go on a Patagonia fjord cruise

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A Patagonia fjord cruise is an experience you’ll never forget. From the majestic blue glaciers to the vast array of marine life, there is a breathtaking encounter around every corner. After all, where else in the world can you retrace the footsteps of Charles Darwin whilst getting up close and […]

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