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Tour Patagonia

Tour Patagonia in Chile and Argentina - One of the most spectacular areas in the world, travel to Patagonia introduces you to the land of Magellan and the gateway to Antartica. It spans parts of both Chile and Argentina, and each boasts its own unique seductive enchantment that adds it to many travelers world bucket lists.

Vast green pampas, ice blue glaciers, black and jade-mirrored lakes, deep valleys that transition to fjords, snow-capped mountain peaks, volcanoes, bays, inlets and glacier-filled channels are waiting to be explored when you tour Patagonia. All these natural sensations– and so much more– will make you forget everything you’ve previously seen, as you discover this untamed wilderness on your vacation travel to Patagonia.

In Chile, more than one-third of the country lies within Patagonia– the Province of Courage– yet only three percent of the population lives here. Those who do, must be strong enough to overcome the region’s cold and often harsh conditions. We recommend highlights such as Torres Del Paine National Park (with Mylodon Cave and Cape Horn), the Straits of Magellan, Tiera del Fuego, the Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers via Puerto Natales and the Grey Glacier via Pehoe. Wildlife is abundant and features condors, guanacos, black-necked swans, silver fox, rheas and trout-filled rivers.

Argentina’s Puerto Madryn is the gateway to Argentine Patagonia. From there, a short drive takes travelers to the Peninsula Valdes, which is famous for Southern Right Whale watching and viewing other protected species, including elephant seals, sea lions, Magellan penguins and countless marine bird species. The region’s rugged coastline overlooking the emerald green sea form an exceptionally beautiful natural reserve. There are several UNESCO World Heritage Sites near here and there are abundant wildlife preserves in the area. Other popular tour Patagonia destinations include Puerto Piramides (on the peninsula), the Punta Tombo Natural Protected Area and the Welsh town of Gaiman.

For the intrepid traveler, there is no better place than travel to Patagonia for a rugged, wild and truly unforgettable experience.

Call our trip designers at 800.772.9188 to explore our suggested Patagonia tours today, and begin personalizing your extraordinary travel to Patagonia with our private guides in private cars.


Why the Luxury Tours to Patagonia are so spectacular?

  • In Patagonia, there is a plethora of natural diversity that is extraordinary to the eye.
  • There is a great amount of wildlife that lives in amazing Patagonia.
  • Patagonia has many desirable highlights to visit during your luxury tour.
  • On a Luxury Tour to Patagonia, you will be able to witness the remarkable Upsala Glacier, that is within the Los Glaciares National Park.
  • There are many thrilling activities, that can be performed in Patagonia. For example, hiking and horseback riding to various destinations.

Good to Know for Travel to Patagonia

Argentina and Chile
Visa Requirements
See Argentina and Chile
Passport Validity
See Argentina and Chile
Languages Spoken
Currency Used
Pesos (ARS) and (CLP)
Vaccinations Required
None, but check with your doctor for recommendations

Regions to Visit When Going on a VIP tour of Patagonia

Andean Patagonia

  • The Valdes Peninsula
  • Puerto Madryn
  • Gaiman
  • Bariloche
  • Nahuel Huapi National Park
  • Puerto Montt
  • Perito Moreno
  • Argentino Lake

Patagonian Tablelands

Atlantic Patagonia

  • Los Glaciares National Park
  • Mount Fitz Roy