Remote, vast, infinitely beautiful, wild and untamable. Ever since Patagonia was discovered about 500 years ago, its magic has never ceased to strike awe from human beings. Our luxury travel specialists have a lot of experience in taking travelers to this must-in-Chile destination. Not only do we know the best professional guides, the right places to stay, but we also design the best travel logistics for each trip. Our experienced bilingual guides all with WFR certification ‘wilderness first responder’ will find the best way to provide day trips, according to the needs of each group, and adjusting to the unexpected weather which is very common to Patagonia.
Nothing can excite explorers more than fly-fishing, trekking, cycling, mountain climbing, rafting, kayaking and horseback riding in Patagonia. First, admire the splendor of mountains like Torres del Paine, the San Valentín Mount and Cerro Castillo. Then appreciate the majestic scale of General Carrera and O’Higgins Lakes, the vigor of the Baker, Palena and Futaleufú Rivers and the huge maze of fjords and canals that are home to dolphins and whales. Each of our designed excursions can tailor to different difficulty level, but all of them offer a holistic Patagonia experience.
Carretera Austral, one of the world’s most scenic routes, leads travelers through the Lake District into northern Patagonia. Travelers will be surprised by the pristine beauty of marble caves on the Lago General Carrera and the glacier San Rafael. Most of this winding road is unpaved, yet every kilometer of it is well worth a stop for photography.
In northern Patagonia, travelers can enjoy world-class rafting and fly-fishing in the mountain town of Futaleufú, which features frosty-mint waters and wild waves. Surrounded by lakes high up in the Argentinian Andes, the Futaleufú River crosses the mountain range and turns into the Chilean Patagonia- and the landscape in between simply takes one’s breath away.
Northern Patagonia’s majestic mountains, emerald lakes, clear rivers, sparkling glaciers make them some of Chile’s best landscapes. Lake General Carrera offers probably the world’s most dramatic setting for fly-fishing and rafting, as its immense blue color and sensuous curve almost seem otherworldly. The highest summit of the Chilean Patagonia, Mt. San Valentín (4.058 m) is also located in this area, at the northern end of the North Patagonian Ice-Field and is covered with glaciers. Besides the natural beauty, we also take travelers to see the cave and rock paintings from the ancient Aonikenk (Tehuelches) culture.
Experience the End of the World with us. These are some of the very few places in the world where one can admire absolute beauty and be fully in one with nature. Here, travelers can do trekking, bird watching, kayaking, mountaineering, climbing, ice hiking, cycling, horseback riding and wildlife watching. Patagonia will be forever the dream of outdoor lovers.
TORRES DEL PAINE
Torres del Paine National Park, also known as the hiker paradise of the world, never disappoints explorers. Its incredible mountains, lakes, glaciers and forests are hundred times more beautiful than any photograph. Its endless windswept plains, ancient native forests, electric-blue icebergs, massive snowcapped mountains, emerald lakes and sparkling waterfalls turn every trip into an inspirational story.
Patagonia is a land apart: one of the last great wildernesses, alluringly untamed and dazzlingly pristine. The Gaucho community, the intrepid local “cowboys”, is another not-to-miss highlight here. Travelers will have the chance to interact with them over a BBQ party and have a taste of their iconic food – “cordero al palo” or roasted lamb.