Whether you’re a hobbyist or a professional photographer, nothing beats shooting that moment of perfection when stunning scenery and optimum light conditions align. In many places, this can be difficult to find, but in Patagonia, one of the wildest, most beautiful and photogenic places on the planet, prepare to be struck by how impossible it […]
A stunning landscape of granite peaks, colossal glaciers and windswept, arid grasslands, Torres del Paine National Park is Patagonia’s most famous adventure travel destination. Easily accessible for even short Patagonian itineraries, this enthralling national park is best visited with a Torres del Paine tour.
As one of the most impressive glaciers in the world, Perito Moreno near El Calafate is a must-visit on any trip to Argentine Patagonia. To ensure the optimum conditions for viewing and photographing this awe-inspiring natural spectacle, we’ve compiled a guide to El Calafate weather and the best times of year for visiting.
A cruise from Ushuaia to Punta Arenas is a unique opportunity to explore an incredible network of forest-lined channels, national parks and historic landmarks. As many of these places are only accessible by exploration cruise ship, this really is the only way to travel in the region.
This wind-ravaged outcrop of basalt where the raging oceans of the Atlantic, Pacific and Southern meet may not look important. But Cape Horn, South America has played its fair role in maritime history.
She may be vast and brimming with dramatic, inhospitable landscapes, but Patagonia is still easily visited even when you’ve only got two or three weeks to spare. To help you in planning your holidays to Patagonia, we’ve prepared two itineraries that will introduce you to the region by bus, plane and even cruise ship.
Cape Horn, the headland situated at 55°58′ south and 67°16′ west at the very end of South America, is perhaps best summed up by the old maritime adage: “Below 40 degrees latitude, there is no law. Below 50 degrees, there is no God.” For those who sailed through the seas to “round the horn”, this […]
Why Shoud You Discover Patagonia? Wherever you visit, Patagonia maintains an elusive, secretive charm. Its barely-known history, barren yet picturesque mountains and grasslands and windswept coastlines teeming with precious wildlife never fail to astonish. Today we bring you an Infographic about the main reasons why patagonia shoud be in your bucket List.
South America may not have the greatest reputation when it comes to safety concerns, but there’s one region that bucks the trend: Patagonia. Speak to anyone about their experiences of traveling in this region and you’ll find that it’s true what everyone says: Patagonians really are the friendliest people on the planet.