After arriving in the capital of Argentina, we’ll take you to the hotel for a short break. Then, we’ll start exploring Buenos Aires, once called the Paris of the South. We will see the colorful district of La Boca, as well as the beautiful streets of San Telmo. We’ll also visit the Cathedral and Plaza de Mayo,  the main square of the city and the site of many historical events, including the May Revolution,  demonstrations, and protests. Then, we’ll travel to the elegant and aristocratic district of Recoleta and see the renowned cemetery where many famous people, such as Evita Peron, have been laid to rest. Afterwards, we’ll return to the hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.

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Today you will take a flight to Bariloche. From there, we’ll transport you  to the Villa La Angostura. This magnificent resort on the shore of Nahuel Huapi glacial lake is surrounded by forests and the Andes mountains and features beautiful Alpine-style wooden buildings. You’ll also stay overnight at the hotel.

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It’s time to  enjoy the famous Ruta de los Siete Lagos (“the Seven Lakes Route”). This route winds through one of the most picturesque areas of northern Argentine Patagonia and connects  the popular towns of Villa La Angostura and San Martin de los Andes in the province of Neuquen. You will travel along Route 234, which now forms part of the famous Route 40. Then, you will cross through two national parks, Lanin and Nahuel Huapi, and encounter seven different lakes along the way.. These include  Nahuel Huapi, Espejo, Correntoso, Escondido, Villarino, Falkner, and Machónico.  Each attraction has a unique landscape, surrounded by olive and lush forests. Once in San Martin de los Andes, on the shore of Lake Lacar, you will explore the city and the main street. Afterwards, we’ll head back to Villa La Angostura and settle in for an overnight stay at the hotel.

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On day four, we’ll take a tour to see the amazing forest of Arrayanes. The Futaleufú Catamaran sails from Puerto de la Mansa, the official port of Villa La Angostura, to Bosque Los Arrayanes, located in the extreme southwest of the Quetrihué Peninsula.
Due to the characteristics of this northern sector of Lake Nahuel Huapi, navigation is extremely calm. You’ll enjoy a pleasant, comfortable trip and gorgeous views of the wonderful environment offered by the bays of the Villa (Balsas, Cumelén and Manzano) and the serene setting of the Andes. After sailing 45 minutes, you will arrive at the Los Arrayanes Forest, known for its   purity and the incredible size of its specimens. It features trees up to 400 years old, with heights up to 25 m. and  diameters up to  1 m. You’ll also marvel at the cinnamon colored bark and cold feel. If you’re lucky, you may even get to see these trees in bloom!
You will travel along the trails of the forest  with our knowledgeable professional guides.
At the end of the tour, you can visit the Tea House of the Forest, a picturesque building from 1933.
Next, you will travel to San Carlos de Bariloche (commonly called Bariloche),  a town in Argentina’s Patagonia region. It borders the  Nahuel Huapi and is surrounded by the Andes Mountains. Bariloche is also known for its Swiss alpine-style architecture and its chocolate, sold in shops lining Calle Mitre, the main street.

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Today you will have the unique experience of sailing through The Andes Mountains across three beautiful lakes that are connected by four overland legs, from San Carlos de Bariloche in Argentina to Puerto Varas in Chile. You’ll enjoy beautiful, mountainous landscapes, green forests, and colorful birds and wildlife as you

sail across Lago Nahuel Huapi. Afterwards, you’ll encounter Lago Frias, which offers beautiful views of Cerro Tronador. Then, we’ll take a break in Peulla, an ecological lodge and a paradise for nature lovers. If you’re hungry, you can purchase lunch before we head to Lago Todos los Santos. If the weather permits, you’ll enjoy unique  and breathtaking views of the Osorno and Puntiagudo volcanoes before continuing  to Puerto Varas and passing by Lago Llanquihe.  We’ll end our exciting day at the hotel in Puerto Varas.

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Today you will go on a trekking trip to the Alerce Andino National Park. The park was created in 1982 and is part of the Moderate Rainforest Biosphere Reserve in the Southern Andes, about an hour and a half from Puerto Varas.  On your journey, you’ll pass through lush forests of larch, evergreen, coigüe de Magallanes, and lenga. You may also spot: Pudu, Gray foxes, Chingues, Pumas, Güin, Mountain monkeys, Condors, Black woodpeckers, Huet huets, Kingfishers, Peucos, Caiquén, Cachudito, Torcazas, Percatrucha and more.

As you watch for wildlife, you’ll travel almost eight kilometers to Laguna Triangulo before returning along the same path. We’ll also keep our eyes peeled for one of the oldest plant species on Earth, the larch or lahuen. These massive trees can reach over 60 meters in height, and many are up to 2,600 years old! They’re definitely a worthwhile sight to see.

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During this full day in the Vicente Perez Rosales National Park, you will visit the Petrohue waterfalls, navigate the Emerald lake, hike in the slopes of Osorno, and, when the weather is nice, marvel at the incredible volcanoes. Of course, even when the weather is rainy, you’ll still be able to enjoy the fascinating flora on this seven kilometer hike.

After our walk, we’ll park in the Petrohue port and take a local motor boat to La Paza. Then, it’s back to hiking again. We’ll hike both the Los Alerces and La Desolación trails to reach a beautiful waterfall. There, we’ll bask in the view and enjoy our lunch together.

On the way back, we will cross some of the lahars, where you can see melted snow running from the volcano to the lake.

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It’s time for an exciting excursion to the town of Pargua. We’ll begin our journey in Puerto Varas, where we’ll board a ferry to navigate through the Chacao Channel, which separates the mainland from the Isla Grande de Chiloé.

During the navigation, you will be able to observe sea lions, pelicans, and marine birds typical of this region.We will dock in the town of Chacao, where you will see typical Larch wood constructions and a church that’s been declared a national monument. Then, we’ll continue along a coastal route where you will visit the Caulín y Lacuy Spa, a place well known for its oysters and its rich marine fauna. From there, we’ll travel  to the city of Ancud, where you’ll visit the Fort of San Antonio. This historic site is located in the upper part of the city and was built at the end of the 18th century. It is  one of the last Spanish fortifications in the country. You’ll also visit the Foundation of Heritage Churches, the Plaza de Armas, and the  Municipal Market, where you’ll find  various foods and crafts for purchase. Afterwards, we’ll settle in for an overnight stay in Puerto Varas.

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Today, you will take a flight to the capital of the Chilean Patagonia,  Punta Arenas. After arrival, you will travel to Puerto Natales, a city located on the bay of Last Hope, or  "Ultima Esperanza," which is the gateway to the Torres del Paine National Park. After our flight, we’ll stay overnight in a comfortable hotel.


On day ten, Torres del Paine National Park (and its many wonders!) awaits you. This park is considered the most beautiful mountain national park of the South American continent. It has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, and according to National Geographic, it is the fifth most beautiful place in the world. Named the Eighth Miracle of Nature, it delights every visitor.

On the way to the park, we’ll  stop to visit Cueva del Milodon, the cave where the remains of the extinct giant sloth, Mylodon Darwini, were discovered. We’ll also pause to see the beautiful lake, Lago Nordenskjold, and Lago Pehoe, which overlooks the majestic Cuernos del Paine and Mount Paine Grande. Then, we’ll trek to the Cuernos del Paine viewpoint to see the massif. At each stop (and in between), keep your eyes peeled for herds of guanacos, soaring condors, and pumas. You’ll end the day with an overnight stay back at the hotel in Puerto Natales.

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Today we will face a demanding trail to one of the most important places in the Torres del Paine National Park, Base las Torres. We will start our journey up from Hosteria las Torres. We will overcome Valle Ascencio and cross the Ascencio River. Panoramic views of the pampas, lakes, and the valley itself will reward us as we take a 2.5 kilometer walk up the gusty wind. The trail then descends to Refugio El Chileno. The vegetation here corresponds to the Pre-Andean matorral, then quickly changes to forest. The last step is the hardest. It runs 0.8 km, takes about 45 minutes, and takes you to the Las Torres viewpoint where you’ll be able to see three giant granite towers. After a rest, we’ll head towards Hosteria Las Torres and return to Puerto Natales.

Difficulty level: ✱✱✱✱✱ -  ✱✱✱✱✱✱

Time: 8-9h

Distance: 20km

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In the morning, we’ll travel to Puerto Bories and take a boat to Bernardo O’Higgins National Park, known for its incredible fjords. We’ll observe native wildlife, visit the Balmaceda and Serrano glaciers, and enjoy a delicious whiskey with millennial ice on our way through the Ultima Esperanza. Then, you’ll enjoy a comfortable overnight stay in Punta Arenas.

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Very early in the morning, you will go on a cruise through the Strait of Magellan to Magdalena Island. There, you’ll visit the colony of the Magellanic penguin, where you’ll find  over 150,000 birds. During the cruise, you will also sail around Marta Island, which is home to sea lions.  After this exciting experience, we’ll return to the shore and go to Punta Arenas. From there, you’ll fly to the Capital of Chile, Santiago, for an overnight stay.

The cruise requires confirmation 24 hours before departure.

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Get ready to explore the capital city! You’ll get to see Plaza de Armas, a famous square in the heart of Santiago, the historic Cathedral, the Post Office building, and La Moneda Palace. We will also go to the Paris-London district and see the historic San Francisco church. And, at the end of our trip, we'll take the cable car to the top of the 850m San Cristobal hill for beautiful panoramic views of the city and the Andes. Then, we’ll settle in for a restful night at the hotel.

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It’s time to say good-bye as your adventure reaches its end. We’ll take you to the airport to board your return flight. Fortunately, you’ll be left with fond memories that will last a lifetime.


At South Adventure, we have it all. From nature tours to wildlife tours, and so much more, we offer incredible adventures you’ll never forget. To book your trip to Northern and Southern Patagonia, contact us today. We look forward to traveling with you!

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