You journey begins in Santiago, Chile's bustling capital located in the Central Valley, a sunny and fertile region. While here, enjoy exploring the city's many points of interest from the lively Plaza de Armas, the plants and historic buildings of Santa Lucia Hill and the artist's commune of Pueblito Los Dominicos.
Next you will fly to Punta Arenas before being driven north to Torres del Paine National Park, famed for its awe-inspiring scenery. Vivid turquoise lakes, snow-capped mountains and rolling hills provide a setting that is truly one of the most impressive landscapes on earth. While in Torres del Paine you are free to explore the pristine wilderness by foot, by kayak, or by the labyrinth of wooden walkways that link Patagonia Camp through the Lenga Forest.
From Torres del Paine you will cross the border to Calafate in Argentina, one of the undoubtable highlights of Patagonia is the Perito Moreno glacier, a truly majestic sight.
The Valdes Peninsula hosts a wide array of bird and marine mammal populations, such as whales, sea lions, Magellanic penguins and southern elephant seals.
Next on to the alpine seeting of San Carlos de Bariloche, ideal for trekking, mountain biking, horse riding, paragliding and sailing.
Your journey will end in Buenos Aires. The architecture and diversity of this very European city reflect its variety of cultural influences, and provides the ideal place to enjoy a world-famous steak or catch a live tango performance.
Arrive Santiago. Overnights at Hotel Lastarria.
Torres del Paine. Overnights at Patagonia Camp.
Calafate. Overnights at Alta Vista.
Puerto Madryn, Valdes Peninsula. Overnights at Hotel Territorio.
San Carlos de Bariloche. Overnights at El Casco Art Hotel.
Day 14: Buenos Aires – Overnights at Casa Sur.