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Remote and off the beaten track
Sailing on Lake Argentino amongst the ice floes
Incredible views of the Upsala Glacier
Learn in situ about the incredible history of the European settlers in Patagonia
Hike the stunning fossil canyon
Different hiking trails with stunning views away from the crowds
Options for horse riding and fly fishing in remote nature
Stunning place, stunning setting, stunning activities, stunning!
Transfer to Punta Bandera, sail Lake Argentino, afternoon activity, overnight Estancia Cristina. (L,D)
Choice of activities, overnight Estancia Cristina. (B,L,D)
Choice of activity, sail Lake Argentino to Punta Bandera, transfer to hotel in El Calafate. (B,L)
Shared transfers between El Calafate and Punta Bandera, sailing from Punta Bandera across Lake Argentino, up the Upsala and Cristina Channels to Estancia Cristina, full board, non alcoholic drinks, accommodation with en suite, shared small group activities at the estancia with bilingual Spanish – English speaking guides, Los Glaciares National Park entrance fee, Wi-Fi access in the Octagon, generator-powered electricity, which is turned off at night to conserve energy.
Alcoholic beverages, laundry service, tips, fishing permits, satellite phone calls and fly fishing equipment.
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Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
What's a tailor made trip?
We put together a bespoke tour to fit your requirements.
Prices From $2,100 / £1,680 per person
Duration: 4 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Prices From $4,327 / £3,462 per person
Duration: 11 days
Prices From $2,850 / £2,280 per person
Dates: From October 2019 to May 2021
Capacity: 80 people
Prices From $1,200 / £960 per person
Shorter/longer stays possible
Single supplement applies
Daily departures from 15th Oct 2019 to 15th April 2020
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The trip was truly brilliant. We were unbelievably lucky with the weather - when we needed good weather (e.g. when hiking up to three towers, andean crossing) we had it!
The EcoCamp exceeded all our expectations (I am assuming you have been there so I don't need to tell you about it!). Our guide was just great - very experienced, knowledgeable and fun. We had a full group of 12 and enjoyed everyone's company. We would both say that the trekking portion was truly awesome and very special - the highlight of our trip - not that the rest of it wasn't great.
Everything was as it was supposed to be - we were met/picked up according to the schedule.
The hotels were also great - we loved all the locations and the hotels themselves. At the last hotel in Buenos Aires (Legado Mitico) they were unbelievably fun and helpful. They let us stay in our room until 4pm among other things.
B Mucklow, USA, 2018
» Paine W Classic Trek
It was very memorable - reaching the lakeside at Torre del Paine after the trek through the valley; exhausted but exhilarating. The small group bred a camaraderie that added to the wealth of experiences.
The hotels were a level below what we might have chosen for ourselves but we could never haver reached such locations or enjoyed ourselves so much if not for the group experience.
A Waters, UK, 2017
» Patagonia Highlights Trekking Trip
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