This 10 Days Patagonia Tours Itinerary has been designed keeping in mind the first-timers! It will take you through the Torres del Paine of Chile to the Perito Moreno Glacier of Argentina and through the largest colony of South America. Visting stunning glaciers pristine national parks and the majestic mountains in Patagonia is going to be a wonderful experience. Let’s get into your shoes to experience the majesty of this beautiful place!
Day 1: Buenos Aires
Days 2-3: El Calafate
Days 4-5: El Chaltén
Days 6-8: Puerto Natales
Day 9: Punta Arenas
Day 10: Santiago -Departure
Buenos Aires is one of the biggest cities in Argentina and is also its capital! Plaza de Mayo is its center that is lined by a building belonging to the 19th century that includes Casa Rosada - Explore it!
Explore El Calafate.
El Chaltén is one of the vibrantly beautiful villages of Patagonia! It overlooks the outstanding northern sector of Parque Nacional Los Glaciares.
Puerto Natales was formerly a fishing port located on the Seno Última Esperanza - Explore it.
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This is the first day of this 10 Days Patagonia tours Itinerary! Plan your trip to Patagonia from Buenos Aires in such a way that you’ll be reaching here early in the morning. At the Airport, you will be overwhelmingly welcomed by your private guide. You’ll be transferred to the hotel in Buenos Aires. Take some leisure time to relax, unwind and settle down in this new place.
In the afternoon venture out of your new den for sightseeing! And, make sure that you have reserved the evening slot for the popular tango floor show.
Buenos Aires is one of the biggest cities in Argentina and is also its capital! Plaza de Mayo is its center that is lined by building belonging to the 19th century that includes Casa Rosada. Other major tourist attractions of this place include a grand 1908 opera house with nearly 2,500 seats, Teatro Colón, and the modern MALBA museum that displays the impeccable art of Latin America.
On the second day of your Patagonia tours Itinerary, you are going to fly to El Calafate from Buenos Aires. After breakfast, you’ll get yourself ready to fly to El Calafate that is going to take around 3 hours. Once you have arrived head for your hotel where you can unwind and relax! In the afternoon go on an excursion to Estancia in the vicinity. Here, you are going to enjoy a traditional asado (barbecue). At the end of the second day of your Patagonia Tours return back to your hotel and enjoy a wonderful dinner.
On the following day, plan a full-day excursion to the deep blue, groaning Glaciar Perito Moreno. This glacier is located in the southwest Santa Cruz Province, Argentina, in Los Glaciares National Park. This is considered one of the best tourist attractions in Argentinean Patagonia.
This Patagonia tours Itinerary has been designed in a way that you’ll be spending two days in EI Chalten. On the early morning of your fourth day in Patagonia. You’ll be taking a scenic morning bus trip to arrive in El Chaltén; it’s going to take around 3 hours. If you arrive here in the early morning, and the weather favors, you can prepare yourself to hike through the needle of Cerro Torre.
You are going to spend most part of your fifth day, hiking the Laguna de Los Tres and taking an overwhelmingly delightful view of the Cerro Fitz Roy.
El Chaltén is one of the vibrantly beautiful villages of Patagonia! It overlooks the outstanding northern sector of Parque Nacional Los Glaciares. The World-class trek starts from this place and trekkers from around the globe come here every year. El Chaltén was founded in 1985 is an offbeat yet frontier town where you’ll see constant constructions, roaming dogs and much more.
it’ s going to take 5 hours to travel from El Chaltén to Puerto Natales by bus! It’s the perfect getaway to Parque Nacional Torres del Paine. You have three complete days in Puerto Natales and you’ll get that freedom to explore it all.
Puerto Natales was formerly a fishing port located on the Seno Última Esperanza! In the last few years, Puerto Natales become the Gore-Tex mecca. Swarm of tourists, come to this place every year You can eat, feed and see the way you want to. There’s no dearth of wine tastings and beers; they have indeed taken their place with tea time. Also, the yarn sellers have been replaced by gear shops.
On the first day of your trip to this place, you’ll be staying overnight in Natales. The next day, plan out for a scenic day hike along the park. In the afternoon you can either go for a short hike or horseback ride. And on the last day in Puerto Natales hike the strenuous trail to the tarns beneath the Torres themselves. At the end of the day, return to your hotel and enjoy your dinner.
This is the ninth day of your 10 Days Patagonia Tours Itinerary~ you are going to see the whole of Punta Arenas. It’s a sprawling metropolis located on the edge of the Strait of Magellan. It’s tough to define Punta Arenas in simple words! You can simply call it the perfect mix of the grand and ruddy with port renovations alongside urban sprawl and the elaborate wool-boom mansions. Beautifully located at the bottom of America, you’ll love the weather here with Sun at its peak alongside rain dripping through.
You’ll be reaching Punta Arenas traveling across the Magellanic steppe! It is going to take around 3 hours to reach this place. Plan your way to the Magellanic penguin colony at Pingüinera Seno Otway. And, if you are left with some time make your way for the larger colony on Isla Magdalena. You may also take short Zodiac trips to Isla Magdalena.
Last day of your 10 Days Patagonia tours Itinerary! This morning you’ll be flying from Punta Arenas to Santiago. It’s going to take 3 hours to travel to Santiago! This place can be defined as energetic, Surprising, cosmopolitan, worldly, and sophisticated capital of Chile. Santiago can also be defined as the city that boasts itself for party houses, cultural currents, fantastic museums and much more.
Santiago is indeed a fantastic place for strolling and everywhere you’ll be seeing something unique and never-seen. Seeing the grand architecture, pedestrian malls of the Centro and the museums is must when you are here.
After reaching Santiago, you’ll be transferred to your hotel! Today, you don’t have time to relax, just go and explore this electrifying city. In the afternoon, keep the slot free for sightseeing and for enjoying your perfect seafood lunch at the Mercado Central.
In the night you’ll be transferred to the Santiago Airport to catch up your flight back home. This trip to Patagonia will surely be the best part of your travel bucket list! Don’t forget to capture every moment on your camera!