You have to see it to believe it!
A once-in-a-lifetime journey will take you through the south of the south, a land of wonders!
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Be amazed in this vast and ancient land,
a pearl of South America
Patagonia is an extensive territory nestled in the south of the American continent.
An ideal land for those who want to live different, unique and unforgettable experiences.
If nature, hiking and adventure are on your list of pending activities, this is a destination that will allow you to meet all.
When you start planning a trip to these latitudes,
you understand the magnitude of this region.
Patagonia includes territories of the extreme south of Chile and Argentina,
with more than one million square kilometers in length (yes, you read correctly, with six zeros).
To get an idea, twice the state of California.
It is well known that the delimitation of this region has been a sensitive issue for both countries historically.
It is considered that 76% belong to Argentina and 24% to Chile.
In Argentina, San Carlos de Bariloche is an icon of the region like Punta Arenas in Chile.
Best time to go
Summer in this part of the southern hemisphere runs from the end of November to the beginning of March.
It is considered the best time to visit it.
The inconveniences? They are the months with higher prices, more tourists and also of strong winds.
Advantages? More accessible trails, milder temperatures and open camps.
Unlike the southern winter (the months of June to August), when many trails can remain closed due to weather conditions and it is advisable to travel with some precautions.
Best time for parties, high altitude sports
Ideal for visits without crowds.
Useful Travel Tips to Patagonia
So you may enjoy Peru and make you a seamless and stress-free travel,
here are some tips on visiting Peru
A valid Passport.
Most countries in America and
Western Europe do not require a visa.
Peso Argentino or Peso Chileno
Major credit cards are widely accepted
It is not unusual in the Andes.
Take it easy when you land in Patagonia
and try not to do anything too strenuous
Check with your doctor before coming if in doubt.
It’s best to dress in layers
Hat & Sunscreen (factor 35 or higher)
Waterproof coat / jacket or rain poncho
Insect repellent & personal medications
Argentinian and Chilean flights allow, as their restrictions are limited to 50 pounds (23 kg) per person.
Chile: 220 V – 50 Hz. Plugs Type C / L
Argentina: 220 V – 50 Hz. Plugs Type I
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