We set out to answer the following questions:
1. What's the best month to visit Patagonia?
2. If I'm travelling in a specific month what can I expect?
3. How do weather conditions vary across this vast region?
4. How does it compare to the UK?
We've taken data for one of the top destinations in Patagonia, El Calafate, for the period 1981 to 1990, and looked at temperature, days of clear sky versus rain, and rainfall and windspeed.
Our summary is that the best time to be out here is September through March: more daylight, it's warmer and significantly less rainfall. However, the small number of people that are lucky enough to visit in winter time can experience much less wind and are more likely to enjoy one of those outstanding clear blue sky days.
Why don't you take a look for youself...
Answers to questions 2, 3 and 4 to follow soon. If you've got a question then please get in touch.
Guide to Patagonia
Patagonia spans over 1,000 miles north to south and landscapes ranging from forests, to glaciers, to volcanoes and deserts. Read our Patagonia Guide to find out: how to get there, when to go, what to see and how to find the best trip. Or find out about:
How can we help you?
We are Patagonian specialists, and have helped all sorts of different people arrange their perfect adventure holiday in Patagonia. Whatever your budget, group size, length of stay, preferred activity or appetite for adventure we're here to help you.
- Join a group trek or tour
- Plan an independent day by day itinerary
- Organise your group's trek, expedition or multi-sport adventure
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We help people organise adventure travel holidays in Patagonia, just Patagonia. Our exclusive focus on this incredible corner of world means that we've got the knowledge and the relationships to find just the right trip for everyone that we speak to. Patagonia is a vast region with all sorts of possibilities and we take real pleasure in helping people find the best adventure for their experience, dates, budget and appetite for adventure.