Patagonia Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Travel to the land that time forgot and set out on the journey of a lifetime in Patagonia, where Mother Nature runs the show.

Patagonia, the fabled ‘edge of the world’, spans the southernmost regions of Chile and Argentina and can be rugged and desolate as well as breathtakingly beautiful and inviting.

This last frontier of South America is a colorful mosaic of snow-capped mountains, icebergs, volcanoes, glaciers, forests, lakes and vast steppe plains.

On the Argentinean side, the scenic Road of the 7 Lakes takes you from San Martín de los Andes to Villa La Angostura and finally San Carlos de Bariloche, a popular ski resort on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi.

El Chaltén, in the southern Andes, is Argentina’s trekking capital. Trails lead to Laguna Capri, Fitz Roy Mountain and the fearsome Cerro Torre.

El Calafate is nestled the southern shores of Lago Argentino and is the gateway lake to Los Glaciares National Park. Here, one of the world’s most awe-inspiring glaciers awaits: the Perito Moreno Glacier.

In the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia, take the ‘End of the World Train’ to Tierra del Fuego National Park or get there by boat over the Beagle Channel. Photo opportunities along the way include Bird Island, Seal Island and the historic Les Éclaireurs lighthouse.

On the Chilean side of Patagonia, the regional capital Punta Arenas attracts visitors with its colonial architecture, cultural attractions and hospitality.

Tour the region’s Milodón Cave, where the remains of a giant ground-dwelling sloth and other huge extinct species were found.

Torres del Paine National Park is great for horse riding or hiking, with its steppes, snowcapped peaks, brimming lakes and Salto Grande waterfalls.

On the northern border of Chilean Patagonia, in the Los Lagos region, looms the mighty Osorno Volcano. The town of Puerto Varas, on the opposite shores of Lake Llanquihue, marks the end your Patagonia expedition.


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Patagonia Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

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  1. si muy lindo pero nada se compara con mi hermoso Mexico mucho menos 2 paisuchos sudacas jajaja argentina chile? cuantos turistas reciben? aca tenemos las mejores playas del mundo y la mejor comida del mundo. chau

  2. I've traveled many countries in the world, but Patagonia is definetly among the most mind blowing regions on Earth. There's so much natural beauty…

  3. This videos skips all the natural wonders of the west pacific side of Patagonia. Jumping from Torres del Paine to the Lake district id forgetting 1,200 kilometers of one of the most beautiful landscapes of the world, filled with fiords, channels, glaciers and waterways that make the Chilean side of Patagonia a unique place.

  4. Hello! I am Argentine and I recommend a tour in the Argentine city of San Carlos de Bariloche, it is really an experience that you will never forget since it is a very entertaining city to visit with many activities for the day and at night, thank you very much, Regards!

  5. I thought Tierra del Fuego was isolated,if I wanto to get lost I'll go there,I speak spanish,lol,very nice indeed,man oh man thos Andes mountain ranges are huge and rocky

  6. man ,, this patagonia and iceland episode is very beautiful, im not overreaction but i almost cry with just only see ice mountain and great waterfall and wonderful beach, because in my country its very rare to see snow lol .. thanks to you who made such a great video, i hope u keep uploading video from all over the world,, this is very recomended chanel ..
    note : great video editing and backsound (claphand)

  7. sad wretched society whom shows up every place they ought not.. why advertise for cowards to go to these places as they soil everything they touch.. leave the natives in peace to their lands for god's sake..

  8. La patagonia chilena es mil veces mejor, clima temperado, oceánico y forestal. Igual que el este de asia, europa central y el noreste de estados unidos.
    La patagonia argentina es un asco, toda desertica e infertil, se nota que estos monos hambrientinos no descubren todavía lo que es la forestación ni la agricultura sustentable jajaja

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