Sandwiched between two oceans and sprawled across two countries, Patagonia is as ‘end-of-the-world’ as it gets.
Advancing glaciers, gushing waterfalls, snow-topped granite pillars…it’s no wonder Chile and Argentina both stake a claim over this beautiful slice of South America. Where else can you hike past herds of guanaco, hear giant shards of ice crash into the sea, sail the Beagle Channel past unique flora and fauna, and drop by the world’s southernmost city? If anywhere makes you feel small, it’s Patagonia. Adventure to the end of the world and appreciate our planet at its most wild and spectacular.
Top Patagonia travel deals
|Departing||Trip name||Days||From GBP|
|Santiago to Ushuaia||23||£1,395||View Trip|
|Quito to Rio via Ushuaia||112||£5,135||View Trip|
|Ushuaia to Santiago||23||£1,395||View Trip|
|Santiago to Buenos Aires via Ushuaia||34||£1,795||View Trip|
|Rio to Quito via Ushuaia||112||£5,250||View Trip|
|Buenos Aires to Santiago via Ushuaia||34||£1,825||View Trip|
Our Patagonia trips
15 Days From £3,150
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Patagonia tour reviews
Our Patagonia trips score an average of 4.68 out of 5 based on 119 reviews in the last year.
Patagonia Trekking, March 2017
Torres del Paine National Park was stunning in so many ways. The trekking was busy but not too challenging. The Mereno glacier was extraordinary.
Review submitted 19 Apr 2017
Patagonia Wilderness, March 2017
This is one of the great trips! Breathtaking landscapes, exhausting but exhilarating trekking, fascinating geology/geography and history - which takes you to 'el fin del mundo'!
Review submitted 13 Apr 2017
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Patagonia travel highlights
See the giant wall of ice that makes up the world’s only advancing glacier
Hike the trekking capital of the world at the foot of the famed Fitz Roy massif
Torres Del Paine
Trek to the base of the granite towers that give this national park its name