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Southern Patagonia

A Spectacular World of Glaciers, Lakes and Icy Peaks

Think of the jagged mountain peaks of a Tolkien landscape. Mix in glaciers, icy sea lanes, and even occasional colonies of penguin. You could travel for days without seeing another person, and it may well be that the only thing punctuating the endless sky is the flight of a condor.

The Parque Nacional Torres del Paine, soaring 2,000m above the Patagonian Steppe, is a major attraction. You’ll hike through the forests and between the azure lakes along scarcely marked trails, crossing rickety rope bridges over streams. There are flocks of rhea (a flightless bird akin to an ostrich), as well as flamingo and Andean condor.
 
You’ll pass into the park through Puerto Natales, a former fishing port which is now the adventure capital of Patagonia.

To see penguin in the wild without going as far as Antarctica, we’ll arrange a three day voyage on the Cruceros Australis which will wind its way past the fjords and glaciers of the Magellan Straits.
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Accommodation:
Tierra Patagonia
Emerging from the hillside is a fascinating piece of award-winning architecture: The Tierra Patagonia Hotel and Spa. With magnificent views of the Torres del Paine National Park, this hotel is a luxurious yet cosy hideaway in the heart of Chilean Patagonia.
Accommodation:
Awasi Patagonia
Set within a private reserve on the outskirts of the Torres del Paine National Park, Awasi Patagonia’s 14 private villas are the perfect base from which to explore the surrounding forests and mountains. Cut off from WiFi, this feels truly like a wilderness, one which is wonderfully tranquil.
Accommodation:
Singular Patagonia
Singular Patagonia is in a superb location on the shores of the Señoret Channel. This spot on the water’s edge is known locally as “the end of the world”, giving you a clue as to the complete break from routine and sense of adventure you’ll find here.
Accommodation:
Patagonia Camp
Patagonia Camp is an all-natural wilderness retreat at the edge of the pristine Torres del Paine National Park. Imagine camping with the added luxury of a five star hotel, surrounded by the undisturbed Andean Plateau, crystal clear lakes, and breathtaking views.