Explore Patagonia on a trip from Santiago to Buenos Aires.
Visit South America and travel through the windswept beauty of Patagonia on this journey through the stunning scenery of Argentina and Chile. Relax in the cafes of Santiago and be enchanted by the beauty of Bariloche before exploring some of the world's most breathtaking glacial scenery. Admire sweeping vistas while trekking through pristine wilderness, spot exotic animals and marvel at the immensity of the Perito Moreno Glacier. Travel across the vast Pampas of Argentina before finishing the adventure in electric Buenos Aires. Along the way, meet friendly locals and be swept up by the irresistible charm of this region abundant in natural beauty and wildlife.
Visit Chile and walk the streets of sensational Santiago
Stargaze in Salto del Laja
Indulge in the delights of Bariloche
Spot the wildlife of Tierra del Fuego
Marvel at the icy beauty of the Perito Moreno Glacier
Explore the wilds of the Valdes Peninsula
Travel through the agricultural heartland of Argentina
Live it up in Buenos Aires
1. This trip is run by our experienced overland partner Dragoman.
2. Please note that this trip requires minimum numbers to depart, and may be cancelled up until 56 days prior to departure. The places showing on the dates and availability page are an indication only so please contact Intrepid to check if your preferred date will depart before making any final arrangements, such as booking non-changeable flights.
3. Please note that if you wish to book the optional W-walk extension available in Torres del Paine, we will need your full passport details at the time of booking.
Our Santiago to Buenos Aires via Ushuaia trips score an average of 4 out of 5 based on 3 reviews in the last year.
If you want to experience many of the amazing things Patagonia has to offer and don't mind a basic type of trip, this is perfect for you.
Review submitted 14 Mar 2018
Rob Dunn was an excellent trip leader and the best we have experienced. We would certainly like to travel with Rob again.
Review submitted 09 Apr 2017