based on 11 nights & selected experiences
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public vacations) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
Private bike tour in Buenos Aires
Rojo Tango dinner and show
Private tour to Perito Moreno Glacier
Mini Ice Trekking (shared tour)
Half Board at La Casona, Matetic Vineyards
Full Board and activities at Patagonia Camp
Price based on 2 people sharing
Ideal honeymoon for those looking for an adventure of a lifetime and doing something unique and off the beaten track
Fabulously varied accommodation from luxury boutique hotels to a charming wine lodge and glamping
Enjoy Patagonia at its wildest. The scenery is out of this world!
A really well balanced itinerary that really packs a punch in terms of experiences
Best from November to April
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 traveling outside this time, especially rewarding in April (for autumn colors) or October (for spring flowers) because winds can drop significantly and there are fewer visitors in the National Parks.
Santiago has a temperate-warm climate, with pleasant temperatures most of the year. December, January and February are the best months to travel, as temperatures are warmer at around 23 °C and tend to be drier. The average minimum temperature in July and August is around 8 °C.
An epic honeymoon adventure exploring the beautiful and contrasting landscapes of Argentina and Chile. Combine cosmopolitan Buenos Aires with wild Patagonia, staying at unique accommodation throughout from a wine lodge to glamping in Torres del Paine.
Fly to Argentina's vibrant capital, Buenos Aires, a great to spot to kick off your honeymoon in style. Explore San Telmo’s cobbled streets, local markets, and contemporary art galleries and see the locals practice tango. People watch in chic Recoleta, marvel at the French classical architecture, stroll through elegant boulevards home to designer boutiques, and enjoy the street art scene in nearby Palermo before heading out for incredible steak and wine. We’ve included a city tour by bike, the perfect way to explore Buenos Aires’ diverse districts and an evening at Rojo Tango, widely considered the best show in the country.
After enjoying a relaxing few days in this iconic city, fly south where the real adventure begins! Patagonia is one of the great unspoiled wildernesses of the world; think snow-capped peaks, shimmering lakes and towering glaciers. You’ll stay in El Calafate, a town on the doorstep of the incredible Los Glaciares National Park, home to the world-famous Perito Moreno glacier. Exploring the glacier is a must when in Patagonia and we’ve included both a breath-taking boat trip along Lago Argentino that takes you up close to the glacier face and also a mini-trekking adventure, which will see you don crampons and ice picks to enter a world of blue ice caves, crevasses and incredible vistas.
From here, head over the border to Chile to perhaps the most impressive National Park in all of South America, Torres del Paine. Here the continent falls away in a dazzling explosion of imposing glaciers, deep blue lakes, iridescent icebergs, waterfalls and spectacular jagged peaks. Stay in a luxury yurt just outside the park whilst enjoying a whole host of exciting outdoor activities from trekking, kayaking, fishing and horse riding to mountain biking and glacier visits.
Fly north to Chile’s buzzing capital. City lovers may choose to spend a night here before heading home but we’ve chosen to whizz you out instead to Chile’s beautiful wine region. Stay at a boutique lodge, famous for producing some of the country’s best wines, enjoy a slower pace of life and sweeping panoramas. Other than fabulous wine tastings, soak up the sun by the pool, wander the vineyards, enjoy a pampering massage, hike through native forest or explore on horseback with a Chilean cowboy.
When you're in Buenos Aires, don't miss the chance to learn the Argentine tango with a private dance lesson. Our expert tango teacher will get beginners dancing more than just the basic steps, or they will help more experienced dancers to move up a level.
Experience the renaissance of the port of Valparaiso, Chile's most attractive city, with its many hills, photogenic houses, and thriving gastronomic and cultural scenes.
Choose from over a dozen trekking & hiking excursions, varying in length and difficulty to suit all abilities. Spot the famous Paine Massif and more, following your bilingual guide through the sweeping landscapes of the high plains and jagged mountains.
See the stunning mountain scenery of Torres del Paine on horse back. Choose from a variety of half day or full day riding excursions designed to suit all abilities. Marvel at the flora and fauna of Patagonia and take in it's dramatic and vast landscape.
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.
Explore the hidden back roads of the beautiful San Antonio Valley by bicycle on this fantastic full day tour from Santiago, stopping off for some superb wines at the Coralillo and Matetic estates.
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