Spanning both sides of the Andes Mountains in southern Chile and Argentina, Patagonia tops bucket lists for most outdoor enthusiasts, and can be enjoyed by adventurous travelers of all ages. On the Chilean side, Torres del Paine National Park and other beautiful preserves are home to incredibly beautiful mountain ranges, glaciers and lakes, as well as abundant wildlife, including condors, guanaco and puma.
Perfect forAdventurers | Families | Trailblazers
When to goDecember-February | March-May | September-November
Ideal length of stay1 Week
Designing Your Journey
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Essential Chilean Patagonia
Experience the best of Patagonia with an itinerary customized with guided treks, boat excursions and gaucho experiences. Contact Indagare to work with a travel specialist to pick the perfect retreat.
Spend your first days in the Chilean Patagonia getting to know the varied terrain by foot on some of the most incredible hiking trails in the world. You can enjoy full-day excursions in the Torres del Paine national park, then return to your lodge for delicious meals and wine.
See the iconic glaciers of Patagonia up-close on a boat trip, while you are based at a top-notch lodge like Singular, Awasi or Tierra. The lucky traveler may also spot cormorants and sea lions while on the water, and you should not miss Grey Glacier, which is nearly 100 feet tall.
Enjoy your last days in Patagonia traversing the terrain on horseback. You can also visit a local working estancia (ranch), where you can learn about gaucho culture, indulge in delicious meals and venture along unmarked paths for truly off-the-beaten path adventure.
Where To Stay
We only feature hotels that we can vouch for first-hand. At many of them, Indagare members receive special amenities, including upgrades, early check-in, breakfast, spa credits and more. Look for the Indagare Plus logo in the reviews.
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In 1879, Scottish journalist Lady Florence Dixie set up camp on a gentle rise in southern Patagonia during one of the first European explorer expeditions through the region. Once settled, Dixie sketched the view: a tundra-like valley, sloping dramatically upwards...
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The Singular offers a more easily accessible Patagonia base in a former slaughterhouse turned industrial-chic boutique hotel. It is located outside of Puerto Natales, a two-and-a-half hour drive from the popular Punta Arenas airport, but only ten minutes from the Puerto Natales...
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