Patagonia is a region in South America that comprises portions of two countries, Argentina and Chile. It is considered as one of the most beautiful regions of South America. It is quite difficult to travel to Patagonia within 9-10 days. It is so diverse and huge that a road trip across Patagonia will take about a month. The most famous destinations and the must-go-to spots that will give you the experience of all of Patagonia in just 9-10 days are mentioned in this itinerary. A trip to Latin America is incomplete without traveling to Patagonia and since it is considered as one of the most diverse regions in the world, you are going to have a journey full of adventure and exploration.
Patagonia is filled with volcanoes, glaciers and adventurous trails. From hiking to glaciers to visiting the national parks, from watching the sunset in the glaciers to enjoy a complete trek experience, from camping into the glaciers to watching penguins, Patagonia has so much to offer that words fall short. It is all about unraveling nature through adventure. A trip to Patagonia is full of adventures and sports, long walks and hikes. It is for the people who are fascinated with nature, bag-packing adventure and adventurous excursions.
Go on many treks and hiking trails to reconnect to nature and to your roots while enjoying the breathtaking sights.
Enjoy a 3-days trek, the W-trek in Torres Del Paine National Park and camp in the glaciers and trek to watch the most beautiful sights Patagonia has to offer.
Watch Penguins in the Yécapasela Penguin Colony and visit the last city or the southern tip of South America, Ushuaia, where begins the territory of ocean and Antarctica.
Enjoy sunsets and sunrise and sun shines through many colors in the glaciers each day.
Watch the famous glacier Perito Moreno and enjoy the sun setting into the glacier.
Trek to the lagoon at the base of Fitzroy Mountain and have an exhilarating experience.
See massive glaciers at Los Glaciares National Park in El Calafate.
TOUR AT A GLANCE:
DAY 1: El Chaltén, Argentina - Condor Lookout Point
DAY 2: El Chaltén, Argentina- Trek to Fitzroy Mountain
DAY 3: El Calafate, Argentina- Los Glaciares National Park
DAY 4: El Calafate, Argentina- Perito Moreno
DAY 5: Puerto Natales, Chile- W TREK - Torres del Paine National Park- Tres Torres
DAY 6: Puerto Natales, Chile- W TREK - Torres del Paine National Park - The French Valley
DAY 7: Puerto Natales, Chile- W TREK – Torres del Paine National Park -Grey Glacier
DAY 8: Ushuaia, Argentina
DAY 9: Day trip to Yécapasela Penguin Colony
DAY 1: EL CHALTÉN, ARGENTINA - CONDOR LOOKOUT POINT
Begin the travel to Patagonia with El Chaltén in Argentina. Since it’s the first day and the travel in Patagonia has a lot of hiking trails involved, begin your journey with a small hike to the beautiful Condor Lookout Point to watch the sunset in the glaciers.
DAY 2: EL CHALTÉN, ARGENTINA- TREK TO FITZROY MOUNTAIN
This city in Argentina is famous for its trek to Fitzroy Mountain. What makes this trip special is the two routes which you can take and both the routes have very different views and breathtaking sights. The best route is through Laguna de Los Tres trail, which offers the most spectacular views. One can reach the lagoon after a 4-hour trek that is located at the base of Fitzroy Mountain.
DAY 3: EL CALAFATE, ARGENTINA- LOS GLACIARES NATIONAL PARK
The next city in our journey is El Calafate in Argentina. It is famous for its Los Glaciares National Park, where you can enjoy the sight of gigantic glaciers.
DAY 4: EL CALAFATE, ARGENTINA- PERITO MORENO
One of the most famous glaciers of the Patagonia region is Perito Moreno. The journey is incomplete without a view of this glacier, so you can spend the next day taking the breathtaking view of Perito Moreno.
DAY 5: PUERTO NATALES, CHILE- W TREK - TORRES DEL PAINE NATIONAL PARK- TRES TORRES
This beautiful small city in Chile is the hub of adventure activities because you can enthrall into the most beautiful trek considered in the Patagonia region, the W trek. It is a 3-day long trek in Torres del Paine National Park. Although most people select the option of just covering the first day of the trek and visiting the Tres Torres, there is a better option to trek for 3 days into nature and help you reconnect with your roots. The first embarkment of the trek will be the Tres Torres.
DAY 6: PUERTO NATALES, CHILE- W TREK - TORRES DEL PAINE NATIONAL PARK - THE FRENCH VALLEY
In continuation with the W trek, the second landmark would be The French Valley, also known as the Mirador Frances.
DAY 7: PUERTO NATALES, CHILE- W TREK – TORRES DEL PAINE NATIONAL PARK- GREY GLACIER
The last day of the trek, embark your journey towards the Grey Glacier and then return back to Puerto Natales. Trust me, you wouldn’t want to come back.
DAY 8: USHUAIA, ARGENTINA
This is the last spot to visit in the Patagonia region, and also one of the last points on the earth as it is the southern tip of South America because, after Ushuaia, you will be able to see the ocean and Antarctica. What could be better than visiting the last point as our last spot of the journey! Walk on the promenade to watch Beagle Channel and enjoy the sunset. Don’t forget to visit Saint Christopher Shipwreck and hike in the famous Tierra del Fuego National Park, one of the most famous national parks in the region.
DAY 9: DAY TRIP TO YÉCAPASELA PENGUIN COLONY
Take a day trip to Yécapasela Penguin Colony, also known as the Penguin Island on the last day. It is a reserve to watch the colonies of Magellanic Penguins. Feel the actual vibe of glaciers there as you end your travel to Patagonia.
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