Patagonia Guided Hiking Tours
Visit the land of the giants, where everything is described on a superlative scale
It's no wonder Patagonia is synonymous with hiking, with its colossal glaciers, abundant emerald lakes, volcanoes, and lush forests all on an epic scale. Almost a mythical region on a map, Patagonia defies national boundaries by spanning the lower portion of Chile and Argentina. At the heart of the southern area of this vast wilderness area is the Torres Del Paine National Park. The 'Towers of Blue', sheer granite peaks rising a kilometre (3,000 ft) into the sky, offer a neck-bending panorama on the world renowned W-Trek. Perito Moreno and Grey Glaciers are a sight to behold, and there's no better way to soak it all in than with your boots on the ground, a paddle in your hands, or a bike under you.
Northern Patagonia is a vastly different landscape. It is dotted with pristine lakes, dramatic volcanoes, swathes of untouched forest and massive mountains. Add to that more natural hot pools than you could soak in in a lifetime, and you're really onto something. Northern Patagonia is nature as it was intended, without the crowds, and laced with the relaxed Patagonia culture. For the ultimate Patagonia experience combine our 'Condor' in the South, with the 'Puma' in the North.
Northern Patagonia Explorer - Puma
14 Days |
Where there are volcanoes, there's hot springs and this region has no shortage of either! Over 14 days you'll hike a handful of national parks, kayak across fiords and soak up relaxed Patagonian culture.