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. 

Our Patagonia trips

15 Days From $5,950

Trek through South America's Patagonia region on an overland trip to Chile and...

10 Days From $4,525

Visit South America and travel to Patagonia to experience the 'W' Trek in Torres del...

8 Days From $3,825

Travel to Argentina and trek the legendary landscapes of Patagonia (Laguna de los Tres,...

3 Days From $360

Travel to Patagonia to view the magnificent icy highways of the Perito Moreno Glacier –...

23 Days From $4,297

Adventure through the wilds of Patagonia on a journey that begins in Ushuaia in the...

112 Days From $17,136

Visit South America and travel through Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru and...

34 Days From $5,376

Discover penguins, glaciers and eye-popping cities on an epic South American adventure....

112 Days From $17,237

Visit South America and travel through Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, Chile and...

34 Days From $5,374

Visit South America and travel through Argentina and Chile, from Santiago to Buenos...

23 Days From $4,297

Tour Patagonia and discover one of the world's most amazing regions. Travel from...

9 Days From $2,995

Travel to Chile and Argentina and embark on an Andean crossing expedition with Intrepid...

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Patagonia tour reviews

Our Patagonia trips score an average of 4.76 out of 5 based on 229 reviews in the last year.

Patagonia Trekking, October 2017

Delanie Buettell

Patagonia Wilderness, March 2018

Sandra Hampson

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