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based on 14 nights inc. flights & selected experiences
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
Private transfers in Buenos Aires and Santiago
Shared transfers in Torres del Paine
Private transfers in El Calafate
Full Board and activities aboard the Ventus Australis
Full Board and activities at Explora Patagonia
Half day privately guided city tour in Buenos Aires
Private tour Perito Moreno glacier with shared sailing
Price based on two people sharing
Combine outdoor adventures in Patagonia with the vibrant and cosmopolitan cities of Buenos Aires and Santiago
Explore the spectacular landscapes of Patagonia by cruise and on land - sailing up from Ushuaia and staying just outside Torres del Paine National Park
Enjoy fine wines and dining in Buenos Aires & Santiago, both of which enjoy a fantastic gastronomic scene
Best time to travel from November to March, when Patagonia is enjoying its summer season
Buenos Aires is a year round destination although October through to April is considered the best time to visit as temperatures are warmer. January is the hottest month with an average temperature of 25°C (76°F) and the coldest is July at 12°C (53°F).
Southern Patagonia is best visited from November to March when temperatures are milder but visitors should be prepared for strong winds and changeable weather at any time. It is worth considering travelling outside this time, especially rewarding in April (for autumn colours) or October (for spring flowers) because winds can drop significantly and there are fewer visitors in the National Parks. May to September is winter and many hotels in Southern Patagonia close for the season. Santiago is a year-round destination but the most pleasant months to visit are October to April.
Voyage through unimaginable Patagonian scenery on this two-week adventure, taking in Buenos Aires and Santiago, coming up close to the outstanding Perito Moreno glacier, cruising the fjords and glaciers of southern Patagonia and trekking in the shadow of the iconic Torres del Paine massif.
Begin in the capital Buenos Aires and discover the city’s energy and charm, from its wide boulevards and parks to its museums, superb restaurants and sultry tango shows. We’ve included a private tour with a local guide to give you insider knowledge on the best that this vibrant city has to offer.
From here, a short flight brings you to El Calafate and the start of your Patagonian adventure. This is a land of towering Andean peaks, enormous glaciers, shimmering jade-coloured lakes and wide-open countryside ideal for horse riding, walking and getting to know the lifestyle of the hardy settlers and sheep farmers. We’ve included a visit and boat ride to the Perito Moreno glacier, an absolute must when in Patagonia.
Fly south again, this time to Argentina’s southernmost city, Ushuaia where you will board your Patagonian Cruise through the spectacular series of channels, fjords and glaciers which pave the way to Punta Arenas. This four-night expedition cruise passes through Tierra del Fuego, where excursions to Cape Horn and Magellan Strait are to be enjoyed. Look out for a variety of penguin species, elephant seals and even whales on this memorable journey through some of Patagonia's most remote regions and the mind-blowing scenery that presents itself along the way.
Disembark at Punta Arenas and transfer into the spectacular Torres del Paine national park, with its crystalline blue lakes and imposing granite peaks. The region seems perfectly crafted to adventure enthusiasts and offers exhilarating trekking, cycling and drives, as well as speedboat adventures, glacier explorations and even wildlife spotting.
Drive back to Punta Arenas this morning to catch your flight to Santiago, a city that combines the modern with the traditional to form an exciting and dynamic metropolis, surrounded by snow-capped Andean peaks and boasting a wealth of history. You may choose to spend your free day here exploring Santiago’s diverse districts, following in the footsteps of literary great, Pablo Neruda or venturing out to the Aconcagua Valley to tour the stunning vineyards and sample the best of Chile's wines.
Considered to be one of the finest opera houses in the world - enjoy a spectacular evening at the Opera in Buenos Aires in the splendid surroundings of the iconic Teatro Colon.
Having worked in some of the world's best restaurants through Argentina, California, Brazil, Hong Kong and France, Fernando Mayoral has returned to Buenos Aires and offers an interactive and authentic introduction to the art of Argentine cookery.
Discover some of Argentina's best wines on this bespoke, sommelier led tour of Buenos Aires' bars and wine stores. Choose the theme that appeals to you most and find some true gems with the help of your expert guide.
Explore the contrasting neighbourhoods of southern Buenos Aires by bike and observe the great diversity of its influences, ranging from African and indigenous cultures to heavily European areas.
Enjoy an intimate lunch with one of Chile's top chefs, Maria Eugenia Terrangno, to learn the secrets of Chile's gastronomic heritage savouring home-made pisco sours and exquisite dishes in the relaxed, intimate atmosphere of her own home.
Discover the highlights of Santiago on a half day walking tour exploring the cultural and historic highlights from bohemian Bellavista to the colonial quarter and Chile's largest seafood market.
Explore the dramatic scenery of Los Glaciares National Park on this exclusive cruise, experiencing some of the best in Patagonian landscapes from on board a comfortable ship with delicious lunch included, reaching the Perito Moreno Glacier.
Kitted with ropes and crampons, you'll walk on the 20-storey high, 3-mile wide Perito Moreno glacier for spectacular views of the lakes and lagoons. Afterwards explore the walkways to gain new perspectives and take incredible panoramic shots.
Valparaíso is a must see for any visitor to Chile, where history mingles with quirky, bohemian cafes, artists’ workshops, and street art to create a city full of character and with surprises. Combine with a visit to the vineyards of the Casablanca Valley.
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Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires and the Pampas, Argentina
El Calafate, Southern Patagonia, Argentina
Punta Arenas, Patagonia, Chile
Torres del Paine, Patagonia, Chile
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