Patagonia Travel



Patagonia is the portion of South America in Argentina and Chile made up of the Andes mountains to the west and south, and plateaux and low plains to the east. To the east of the Andes, it lies south of the Neuquén River and Colorado rivers, and, to the west of the Andes, south of (39°S), excluding the Chiloé Archipelago[1]. East of the Andes the Argentine portion of Patagonia includes the provinces of Neuquén, Río Negro, Chubut, Santa Cruz, and Tierra del Fuego, as well as the southern tip of the Buenos Aires Province. The Chilean portion embraces the southern part of the region of Los Lagos, and the regions of Aysen and Magallanes.

It excludes those portions of Antarctica claimed by both countries.

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A Singular Antarctic Trip
10 Days / 5 locations in South Shetland, Antarctica, and Chile
From $10800 Per Person Double Occupancy

Ocean NovaCondors and mountains, glaciers and penguins… enjoy an extraordinary adventure to the world's southernmost lands. Visit Patagonia's famous Torres del Paine National Park while staying at a modern luxury hotel set on a unique heritage property. Then take a 2 hour flight to Antarctica and navigate through spectacular fjords and channels, surrounded by imposing icebergs, mountains, and wildlife.

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