Visiting Patagonia: Dos and don’ts for a great trip

They say it’s a “once in a lifetime trip” but we disagree. Patagonia is a life-changing adventure into the heart of Mother Nature herself, worth taking many times. The Argentine side is a vast expanse of arid steppes, grasslands and deserts. Chilean Patagonia is a labyrinth of glacial fjords and ...

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June 08 2017

Why Patagonia is the safest place on Earth

“Is Patagonia a safe destination?” It is one of the most searched topics on the Internet regarding tourism in one of the remotest regions of the world. And the answer is: yes, it is!

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May 03 2017

Chaitén: In the Volcano’s Shadow

Almost every year, when I head to South America for the summer, I look forward to revisiting the Chilean port of Chaitén – which is not the obvious choice for Patagonian navigation routes, but rather a ferry terminal that connects the major port of Puerto Montt, Chile with the Carretera Austral, ...

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May 03 2017

Futaleufú: Whitewater and Wineries?

In northern Chilean Patagonia, surrounded by mountains near the Argentine border, the scenic village of Futaleufú has become a world-class adventure destination – primarily because of the Class 5 wild whitewater of its namesake river, which has led several international operators to set up ...

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Your Guide To Living Patagonia like a local

Want to live Patagonia at its fullest on your next trip? Then, go local.

All cities and destinations in Chilean Patagonia have hidden secrets. You could be one of the few lucky tourists to discover them.