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Patagonia: An epic journey to the end of the world

This region at the southernmost tip of South America, between Argentina and Chile, is a true paradise for travelers in search of wonder and escape. As you travel through the region, you'll marvel at the Torres del Paine, an iconic mountain range that dominates the horizon. You'll also be seduced by the rugged beauty of Chile's fjords, where glaciers tumble into calm waters and you can sail among icebergs. Patagonia is also the kingdom of wildlife. You'll have the chance to meet penguins, condors, guanacos and maybe even orcas and whales on a sea cruise..

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Five ideas for guided tours in Patagonia

  • Torres del Paine National Park

    Located in Chile’s southern region, Torres del Paine National Park is home to a wealth of natural treasures. One of the highlights is the famous “Circuit W“, an epic hike that takes you through verdant valleys, along tumultuous rivers and to the foot of the iconic Torres del Paine, three imposing granite towers that dominate the landscape.
    During your exploration, be sure to visit Glacier Grey, a giant of bluish ice stretching for several kilometers. Sail close to these gigantic floating icebergs and admire the icy beauty of this spectacular environment.

  • Cap Horn

    Nicknamed the “end of the world”, Cape Horn offers magnificent scenery and a unique atmosphere. One of the must-do experiences is to sail through the tumultuous waters of the Drake Passage, a crossing that plunges you into the heart of the raging elements of the Southern Ocean.
    Once you arrive at Cape Horn, you’ll be amazed by the rugged beauty of the place. Steep cliffs, expanses of desert and rough waters create a spectacular backdrop. Don’t forget to visit the lighthouse, symbol of maritime exploration and guardian of brave sailors.
    Hikers and nature lovers will be delighted by the trails in Cape Horn National Park. Magnificent fjords and unique flora await you. Don’t miss Bahía Wulaia, a historic site where you can explore the remains of a former Anglican mission.

  • Aisen Fjords

    Start your journey with a visit to Comau Fjord, a true hidden treasure. Sail through narrow channels surrounded by forests and towering mountains. Stop in the small town of Puyuhuapi, famous for its natural hot springs.
    Don’t miss the incredible San Rafael glacier, one of the most emblematic wonders of the Aisen region. Take a boat tour and marvel at the floating icebergs and the breathtaking spectacle of glacial collapse.
    Continue on to Baker Fjord, the deepest of Chile’s fjords. Explore the Laguna San Rafael reserve, where you can admire spectacular icy landscapes and observe a diverse range of wildlife, including condors, sea wolves and maned sea lions.

  • Chiloé Island

    As soon as you arrive, you’ll be immediately captivated by the authenticity of the island of Chiloé. Colorful houses on stilts, known as “palafitos”, line the coasts and give the island a picturesque atmosphere. Take the time to stroll through charming villages such as Castro and Ancud, where you can explore local markets.
    Nature lovers will be delighted by the island’s natural beauty. Don’t miss Mount Tantauco, which offers spectacular panoramic views over the island.
    Chiloé also boasts a very special cultural richness. The wooden churches, testimony to the influence of the Jesuit missionaries, are a veritable architectural treasure trove. Visit the church of Castro or the church of Dalcahue to soak up the history and spirituality that permeate these sacred places.
    For wildlife lovers, a visit to the Pingüino de Humboldt Reserve is a must. You’ll have the chance to observe colonies of penguins, sea lions and a wide variety of seabirds up close.

  • Puerto Varas

    Start your visit with a stroll along Lake Llanquihue, Chile’s second-largest lake. Admire the calm waters reflecting the majestic Osorno volcano, creating a breathtaking landscape. Don’t hesitate to embark on a boat excursion to explore the surrounding islands and observe the local flora and fauna.
    As you stroll through the streets of Puerto Varas, you’ll be charmed by its German-inspired architecture. Don’t miss the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, with its magnificent wooden towers and breathtaking view over the lake. Also discover the Phillipi district, where you can admire superb colonial houses and enjoy the bohemian atmosphere of local cafés and boutiques.

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