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Mary, Torres del Paine Chile
Patagonia multi-sport holidays are designed to be full of fun and enable you to see the best of this fabulous part of the world.
This southern part of Chile and Argentina is a veritable playground for multisport adventure holiday travellers. The innumerable lakes, rivers and mountains set an extraordinary stage for a whole variety of activities.
Awaiting you in Patagonia are horseback excursions, trekking, cycling and sea kayaking. Combine them with some more relaxing options such as cruises, luxury resorts with spa or vehicle-based excursions for the perfect Patagonia multi-activity trip.
The Lake District of Patagonia, Torres del Paine National Park and Nahuel Huapi National Park are mountainous areas with lakes and fast-flowing rivers. The Andes in these areas offer plenty of options for walking and trekking.
Expert local guides will tailor every excursion to suit your ability, experience and level of adrenalin required.
Other adventurous options on our Patagonia multi-activity tours include glacier walking and some volcano climbing and peak summiting. Add in some of the best road cycling and mountain biking for a week or two of top world-class adventure.
Horse riding is a national sport here too and top-quality animals are well trained and sure-footed in Andean terrain. Local gauchos (cowboys) will show you the ropes and take you into the outback. Water sports such as rafting and kayaking complement the terrestrial activities.
For the extreme active adventures in Patagonia, we also have jet boat tours on melt-water rivers to the most remote Andean lakes.
Coastal lodges and haciendas are excellent for kayaking, wildlife watching, birding, horse riding, hiking, 4×4 safaris, walking, bicycles, reading, games rooms and swimming.
Ask us for the best Patagonia multisport holiday tailored to suit you.
I would not only consider Andean Trails as an option if I were lucky enough to be looking for another adventure, it would be my first choice.
M. Elliot, Trek and Kayak Paine W
What's a group trip?
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
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We put together a bespoke tour to fit your requirements.
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Dates: From July 2019 to April 2020
Capacity: 16 people
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Capacity: 60 people
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Staff were superb and provided an excellent service. This may have been helped by Sue and I being the only two people staying at the adventure camp. The staff in the office in El Chalten were very good, too. We were lucky that the accident happened on the way down the Loma del Diablo and about 1 hour from the road and also lucky that our guide Juan was able to carry Sue down.
The cruise was great – fantastic organisation, very professional staff and all very interesting. We landed at Cape Horn but were not able to cruise round it as the weather was too bad.
D. Rowell, UK, 2010
» Patagonia Self-guided Tour with W Trek
C. Yuan, UK, 2011
» Paine W Classic Trek
@ecocamp_travel Wow wish we were there!
2nd September, 2020 10:07 am
How do I successfully achieve high altitude acclimatisation? This is the question that anyone travelling to the high altitude Andean areas of Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina or Colombia should be asking themselves. Successful acclimatisation will make a huge difference to your visit. It will mean you have a much safer and more enjoyable experience, whether trekking or climbing high Andean peaks. Over the past 25 years I have been up many 5,000 m plus peaks and trekked many fabulous routes in the Andes. I have suffered altitude headaches, lethargy, loss of appetite and certainly lack of breath when trying …
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