Perfect for exploration, November through early March is the best time to visit Patagonia. Watch the Tierra del Fuego and Cape Horn literally radiating its glory. Due to warm summer vibes, the region receives crowds of tourists, so you'd better plan all the details long before a trip. Don't forget about packing layers either!
Lasting from April to May, the fall shows cooler weather and fantastic autumnal landscapes without tourist mishmash. Cycle along picturesque Carretera Austral to immerse fully in its beauty.
Winter in Patagonia can be appealing for skiers and snowboarders, but intolerable for regular tourists who must bear cold and closed attractions. By sheer luck, spring brings in unbelievable wildflower bloom and temperate weather. Participate in Patagonian International Marathon to witness nature awakening.
This 6,000-year-old formation of marble caverns is washed with turquoise blue waters
The fauna of Patagonia includes cute llamas, fast pumas, grand Andean condors, penguins, sea lions, and dolphins
Along with cute Chilean penguins you can see their friendly cohabitants including sea lions and lots of birds
With the beginning of spring in the Southern Hemisphere, Argentina becomes home to a huge Magellanic Penguin colony
The wilderness of Chilean Patagonia is a natural refuge at the end of Earth able to cure the weary soul
Ten days spent in an endless ice field—challenging and gruelling, but also amazing and a truly unforgettable experience
Gorgeous colours paint the roadsides, grasslands, waterfalls, national parks, woods, and steppes of Chile
Don't be dissuaded by the popularity of this place because no matter how many tourists come, all these people are just a pathetic dot against the background of the vast mass of glacier!
Stunning bike trails run from north to south all along the country, and on the border between Chile and Argentina
Meet incredibly fast and graceful animals living in the pristine corners of Argentina and Chile
The southernmost tip of the planet is often named "fin del mundo" or "end of the world"
A hungry orca would come to up to the shore to catch a naive sea lion for lunch
Discover the southernmost headland of Tierra del Fuego archipelago and the unique national park
A splendid route in Patagonia is second to none
There is a theory that the greater rhea is the first flightless bird and all kinds of ostriches are derived from them
Discover the mythical Pampas with its parks, reserves, and villages, meet face-to-face with gauchos, and learn about Argentina's traditional rural life
Visit the relatively new glacial waterfall at its fullest power!
According to the strict rules of the animal world, a male has to win the coveted female in a fight
The network of Patagonian waterways allows to discover the virgin beauty of gorgeous natural landscapes and local fauna
Pink flamingos are an amazing sight, especially when these birds get together in huge numbers
Collect your team and set off to conquer river rapids on a raft in Patagonia
Bariloche is rightly called "South American Switzerland" and is ideal for trekking
Check out four local shag species while they are nesting in colonies along Argentina's coastline
If you have an adventurous spirit and good stamina, explore the active Domuyo Volcano which still shakes and rumbles
Remember the proverb: "Eagles fly alone, but sheep flock together?" Imagine what chaos could 60,000 sheep cause
Ice climbing is very popular, though dangerous, activity in Argentina
Jump into a boat and explore the water expanses of Patagonia
Follow the steps of Charles Darwin and see Patagonia the way he saw it back in 1833
The Southern Elephant Seals got their name because of the large trunk of adult males, which resembles an elephant's trunk.
These very pretty birds with big yellow eyes make their nests deep underground
Christmas is a time to taste Argentina's delicious food—especially sweet treats
Bird lovers from all over the world come to Esteros del Ibera hoping to see some of the world's rarest species
Argentina has a pair of finest wind-blown lakes favoured by keen windsurfers
This truly giant bird impresses with its dimensions, as well as carrion-based diet, and is best observed in breeding colonies on Patagonian coast
One of the most tender flowers of Patagonia
Why not explore the main points of the country along the longest route in Argentina?
The running route winds through one of world's finest wild landscapes, breathtaking without any exaggeration
Every year on June 21st, sleeping is forbidden in Ushuaia
Would you venture out to this remote place in the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean?
Try this amazing and delicious snack that is ready in a few minutes!
The grand Andes Mountains and bizarre Chilean pipe-like volcanic slopes ensure a great skiing holiday
Check out these sea lions and their pups in Puerto Piramides!
The largest and most revered religious holiday in Argentina is also a great occasion to try local seasonal treats
A great way to discover the winter-time Patagonia
Prickly Heath and Wild Currant harvested at the end of the world's unpolluted wilderness are truly delicious
A ski trip to Argentina is especially nice for those who miss snow in Northern Hemisphere
Multi-colored flowers cover the meadows, and besides the beauty, they bring nutritious snacks