Encounter a spectacular wilderness at the southern end of the world
Rugged, snow-capped mountains stand imposing in the wild and mountainous south of Argentina and Chile, fringed by huge icy lakes and windswept grasslands. In the distance shy guanacos roam and a few hardy gauchos tend their many sheep.
We discover the sheer-sided peak of Mount Fitzroy in Los Glaciares National Park and the immense Perito Moreno Glacier, where chunks of ice are often seen cracking into the surrounding waters.
Our journey culminates in Ushuaia - the most southerly city in the world. Renowned for world class trekking and outdoor activities, Patagonia is a feast of wild places and astounding scenery.
What makes this trip responsible?
We use several family owned lodges and hosterias during this trip which helps to keep money in the local community. At these properties locally sourced food is served wherever possible. Our guides enforce a strict 'Leave no Trace' policy in National Parks and the entrance fees are included for Los Glaciares, Torres del Paine and Tierra del Fuego National Parks which goes towards supporting conservation efforts in the area.
Fitzroy Massif, Los Glaciares National Park