Patagonia is shaped by some of the world's greatest geographical influences: the Andes, the faultline that lies beneath them, the Patagonian Ice Cap and the confluence of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The glacier fields, mountains, volcanoes, lakes and fjords make for a vast playground for a range of different adventure activities. And in one trip to Patagonia it's possible to get a taste of all of them!
Trekking in Patagonia
Patagonia offers a huge variety of trekking opportunities. From the Lake District in the North, to the mountains and glaciers of Torres del Paine and the Fitz Roy area, to the …
Adventure cruising is a great way to discover Patagonia's dramatic coastline and sail through its channels and fjords which are only accessible by sea. On the way you'll witness…
Horse Riding in Patagonia
The vast and rugged landscapes of Patagonia have been explored on horseback for hundreds of years, and horses are still preferred by the gauchos today. Visitors to Patagonia, …
Kayaking in Patagonia
Patagonia is a top destination for kayakers and white water rafters, who come from all over the world to take advantage of its amazing rapids and rivers. Patagonia also offers …
Patagonia Mountain Biking
Mountain biking is a relatively new sport in Patagonia, but its popularity is certainly growing. You might choose to cover hundreds of kilometres along its iconic dirt highways …
Patagonia offers anglers some of the world's best fly fishing, and some of the most beautiful and varied landscapes in which to do so. The water ranges from tranquil lakes and …
Trekking the Patagonian Ice Cap
The Ice Cap is the world's 3rd largest mass of ice and trekking and living on it is a truly unique, and at times bleak, experience. Whilst you don't need technical expertise or …
The Andes and the Ice Cap provide Patagonia with some incredible opportunities for mountaineering. If you want to take your trekking to the next level and really get out …
Ski Touring in Patagonia
Ski touring in Patagonia is an exhilarating way to explore the mountains and volcanoes of the Lake District or, for the most adventurous visitors to Patagonia, to discover the…
White Water Rafting in Patagonia
As a top destination for white water rafters from all over the world, Patagonia's lush, green Lake Districts on both the Chilean and Argentinian side provide fantastic rivers …
Planning Your Trip
Patagonia is a vast and varied region, with a wealth of things to see and do, a range of places to stay and a limited transport network.
Why not let us do the hard work for you? Our team of experts will work with you to design a 2-3 week adventure to your exact requirements, from hiking and horse-riding trips to wine-tasting tours and undiscovered lodges.
We’ll work around your budget and arrange flights, transfers and buses, to create your perfect trip.
Places to Go
Patagonia's regions are diverse and each area offers something unique. Take a look at our recommended places to go for the activities you want to do, and let us help you to find the perfect destinations for you.
10 Questions to Ask Yourself
We want to make sure that you choose the right options when you're planning your trip to Patagonia, so that you really make the most of your time in this incredible region. Take a look at the 10 questions that you must ask yourself before you book a trip to Patagonia.
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