Home to the world’s most southerly city and the departure point for exploring Antarctica., Patagonia is a perennial favourites with visitors with an intrepid and adventurous streak. Befitting its reputation, it features some of the most spectacular landscapes on earth, drawing visitors from across the globe.
Below you will find our tips for three of the best Pataognia tours from the UK, based on value for money, convenience and customer reviews. We hope you agree with our choices.
Breaking the Ice (14 days)
FROM £2,599 PER PERSON
On this two-week trip through Argentina and Chile, guests will walk among the glacial lakes and mountain ranges of Torres del Paine National Park, discover the captivating city of Buenos Aires including the colourful La Boca and Plaza de Mayo neighbourhoods, and admire views of the awe-inspiring Perito Moreno Glacier. Along the way they’ll also visit Ushuaia – the world’s southernmost city – and enjoy walks through the spectacular scenery of Los Glaciares National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the jewels in South America’s crown.
Whale of a Time (7 days)
FROM £1,441 PER PERSON
For those who liked to engage with nature, this 7-day tour along the Patagonian coast, declared a World Natural Heritage sit by UNESCO, offers an array of enthralling activities. Staring at the Peninsula Valdes Natural Reserve, guides will take you kayaking along the Patagonian coast against the backdrops of passing whales, elephant seals and sea lions, as well as bird and wildlife watching, visits to archaeological sites, and camping trips in the wilderness.
Untouched Wilderness (16 days)
FROM £3.695 PER PERSON
With vast expanses of open plains, towering peaks, huge skies, dazzling blue lakes and enormous glaciers, Patagonia is one of the world’s last great wildernesses. Patagonian culture is intertwined with that of the European pioneers and gauchos, and this 16-day journey through four national parks in Argentina and Chile reveals the distinct cultures and landscapes of this remote part of the world.