Chile to Argentina: Santiago, Patagonia & Buenos Aires
- Duration: 12 or 15 days
- Group size: 15-30
- Reviews: 41
Starting in the Chilean cultural hub of Santiago, set out for Buenos Aires by way of South America’s breathtaking Patagonia region. Take it all in as you venture through Torres del Paine and Los Glaciares National Park, marveling at glittering mountain lakes, craggy peaks, and icy glaciers along the way. Then, cap off your trek in Argentina’s lively capital, the city where tango was born.
- 9 nights in handpicked hotels
- 9 breakfasts
- 3 lunches
- 2 dinners with beer or wine
- 5 guided sightseeing tours
- Punta Arenas
- Patagonian estancia visit
- Torres del Paine National Park
- Perito Moreno Glacier
What an amazing experience! We enjoyed the wealth of knowledge shared with us by both the tour director Jorge as well as the local guides, it truly makes the experience richer. This trip is beautiful and exciting, I would definitely recommend it.
We just arrived home yesterday from Buenos Aires. Great trip. Patagonia is must see for those who love the great outdoors. The landscapes from the open uninhabited plains to the majestic Andes and ice fields were breathtaking. The slight glitch in the tour and a bit of a disappointment was that ou...
So enjoyed the tour, and all the side trips. Chileans and Argentines don't prepare food to my taste; but they are the ones that live there. If they are happy, I am happy. And Malbec, the national beverage of Argentina, is a bit strong for me. I'm a Cotes de Rhone kind of person. If you boat acros...
This tour was really amazing. We missed out on Santiago because of their demonstrations, but every attempt was made to make up for that by giving us a tour of another vineyard, adding the Penguin Island trip, and giving us another day in Punta Arenas. The scenery was, of course, breathtaking. What ...
The tour was fantastic ,the only thing that was not told is to bring winter clothing, even though it was spring it was very very cold and very windy.The only warm weather we had was when we got to Buenos Aries.Our tour director Emiliano was fantastic and took care of everyone needs.
Here's the nitty-gritty—where you’ll stay, how you’ll get there, and what to know about your destination before you go.
We handpick every hotel to strike the balance of comfort, location, and local charm. Specific accommodations will vary based on your departure date, but these are frequently used hotels for this tour and we're confident you'll be satisfied.
This contemporary hotel is located in Punta Arenas. Guests enjoy a library, Wi-Fi, and laundry service. Nearby, you'll find Plaza de Armas, Magallanes...
This modern hotel is located in downtown Puerto Natales. Guests enjoy a lounge, business center, and laundry services. Nearby you’ll find Plaza de Arm...
This modern hotel is located in the Vitacura neighborhood. Guests enjoy a bar, restaurant, and lounge. Nearby you’ll find Bicentenario Park, Sky Costa...
This modern hotel is located on 9 de Julio Avenue. Guests enjoy a bar, restaurant, and fitness center. Nearby you’ll find Plaza de Mayo, Mercado San T...
Kosten Aike Hotel offers an unsurpassable location in El Calafate, at only 2 blocks from downtown and just a few minutes away from the International A...
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