Patagonia lends itself perfectly to a self drive tours, exploring its long empty roads and stunning scenery by car.
There are plenty of choices for activities along the way and a variety of accommodation to choose from.
Patagonia self-drive tours offer the flexibility to visit what you want, when you want.
The quiet roads lead you smoothly from one breathtaking highlight to another.
Drive the Carretera Austral for vast ice-covered mountain ranges, fast-flowing rivers, dramatic lakes and waterfalls.
We can choose lodges, hotels, guesthouses, bed and breakfast, campsites – to suit all budgets.
We had a number of highlights: seeing pumas in Torres del Paine- the pumas were a bit of a distance away and had their backs to us for most of the sighting!
Overall, the whole trip was extremely well-organised and delivered.
V. Brown, Winter in Paine
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The organisation and the food were excellent – easily the best I have had on a trek. The food was both good to eat and plentiful. The cook at the second camp was particularly good and his baked salmon dish was the best meal of the trip – better than anything the restaurants produced.
Difficult to pick out one particular highlight as we had amazing views of Fitzroy, Paine, and Ushuaia. The whole trip was wonderful, but if there has to be one particular highlight, I would probably select the morning spent on the Beagle Channel.
A. Horrocks, UK, 2014
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Our trip was really wonderful. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute and I can honestly say that there weren't any low points.
But, there were many highlights. Camp Poincenot in the woods in the snow was chilly but fun. Amazing views of Fitzroy. Our tour leader Flor was excellent as was Fernando, one of the mountain guides. The wildlife was memorable, guanacos and rhias and then later the penguin colony and elephant seals. El Pedral was magical. The food was superb and we loved it's isolated setting.
Everything was well organised. The group had just 7 people which worked well.
All the accommodation was generally very good. The camps were really good fun, good fun and really warm sleeping bags.
We took trade to local restaurants and bought the odd souvenir etc. We tried to be sensitive to environment and keep impact low.
I would recommend the tour to anyone fit enough for the treks. The uphills were longer and steeper than expected but enjoyable.
Thank you for organising the holiday for us.
A. McGregor, UK, 2016
» Patagonia Highlights Trekking Trip
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