Patagonia

Since 1994, exploring our great world down here, from the South Pole until the first stations of Antarctica, by air or sea, reaching Cape Horn and the southern most settlemen of the world; PUERTO WILLIAMS. in the southern shores of the the Beagle Channel.

Connecting to USHUAIA, the Southern most city of Argentina in Tierra del Fuego, passing through an exquisite new open route in the high lands of the Andes Range in the Chilean side of the Island, where you will also be able to see the King Penguins in the flat lands or Pampas. kissing the Strait of Magellan.

If we keep moving to the north, we will take a plane or Ferry to leave the Island and connect with the continent, to find the largest and Oldest town in Patagonia, “PUNTA ARENAS” The Southern most in America´s main land and Chile. From here you will be able to see, Penguins, Humpback Whales, Condors in half or full day excursions. between many other activities in the wild.

250 K, away from Punta Arenas to the north, you will find PUERTO NATALES, a sweet small town facing the fjords of the Pacific. being the natural gate to reach the southern Icefield and Torres del Paine. One of the most beautiful places on Earth.

From Puerto Natales up north, crossing the border again after 350 k, it´s located one of the most pretty towns in the South of Argentina. EL CALAFATE, just 80 k away from El Perito Moreno.

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25 years of experience, exploring, sailing, flying, walking all over the south end of the world. Trust in our experience and taste Welcome to Patagonia. Just tell us, what would you like to do!!

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