There is no better way to explore Patagonia than by kayaking—its beautiful rivers and canyons, amazing fjords and glacial lagoons, and pristine lakes located between lush forest and Andean peaks are not to be missed!
An unforgettable kayaking adventure awaits you on the edge of the earth, along the waterways of Ushuaia. Exploring the rivers, you can make a stop on your way and spend the night camping in a tent. Other lovely spots in Argentina include Peninsula Valdes, Argentinean Lake District around Bariloche, and the area at El Chaltén village.
Chilean Patagonia also provides decent kayaking spots. If you are a beginner, you can arrange a short kayaking expedition in Torres del Paine up to a glacier or a lake trip around the Lake District. For advanced kayakers, there are many difficult routes like the audacious trip to Cape Horn, conquering the Chilean fjords, or exploring the Pumalin national park.
Of course, good weather should accompany any kayakers. The best time of year for this activity is from November through March when there is less chance of rain or strong winds. However, for those who don't mind cold and wind, kayak trips may be available all year round.