Complete Patagonia

16 days

Indicative cost incl. flights:


A typical 4* holiday costs from

£9,935 per person


(Based on two people travelling. Low season can be a lot cheaper, and peak season or 5* hotels can be substantially more expensive.)


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Day 1
Fly on an overnight flight from London direct to Argentina's sophisticated capital, Buenos Aires, a flight time of around 14 hours.
Day 2
Arrive this morning in the city in Buenos Aires, with its beautiful wide boulevards, leafy and spacious parks, superb shopping and chic café society.
Day 3
Take a private guided tour of the city today exploring its contrasts from modern port at Madero to leafy Parisian style boulevards in Recoleta and the colourful La Boca neighbourhood.
Day 4
Head down by air to El Calafate in southern Patagonia, the gateway to the impressive Glaciers National Park, on the shores of Lake Argentino.
Day 5
Join a small group trip to explore the largest glacier in the park, Perito Moreno, admiring its ice-mass from a series of walkways and taking a boat trip out to get a closer view.
Day 6
Today cross Lake Argentino to arrive at Estancia Cristina, a traditional Patagonian ranch. Admire stunning views of Upsala Glacier and explore the rugged terrain by 4wd and on foot.
Day 7
A short flight from El Calafate brings you to the southernmost tip of Argentina at Ushuaia in time to embark your expedition cruise through the Beagle Channel and to Cape Horn.
Day 8
Today is the day you arrive at Cape Horn, weather permitting, to explore this rocky promontory that overlooks the wild oceans of the Drake Passage. Also stop at historic Wulaia Bay.
Day 9
An overnight sailing brings you through narrow channels to wake up facing Pia Glacier. Explore the fjord by zodiac and land for a short hike before continuing on to a second visit at Garibaldo Glacier.
Day 10
Sail into Agostini Sound for a stunning view of glaciers descending from the Darwin Mountains. Get up close to these remarkable icefields by zodiac boat with your expedition guides.
Day 11
Anchor off Magdalena Island which you can land at among a huge colony of Magellanic penguins (Oct-Mar). Disembark in Punta Arenas in Chile to transfer to Puerto Natales, gateway to Torres del Paine National Park.
Day 12
Join a small group tour today to head into Torres del Paine Park and hike the iconic Base of the Towers trail that takes you to the foot of these dramatic granite peaks.
Day 13
Today is more leisurely as you cruise from your hotel on Last Hope Sound to get a good view of Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers followed by a hearty traditional Patagonian barbeque lunch.
Day 14
Return to Punta Arenas to take a direct flight north to Chile's cosmopolitan capital, Santiago, framed by the Andes and wine country, your base for your final two nights.
Day 15
Your private guide will meet you for a tour of Santiago. Climb or take a gondola to the summit of San Cristobal for sensational views over the city and mountains.
Day 16
It's time to head home. Transfer from your hotel to the airport. Fly from Santiago via direct international flight back to London, travelling overnight.

Everything we do is tailor-made; our itineraries are just suggestions to give you an idea of what is possible. Please contact us so we can tailor the perfect holiday exclusively for you.

The ultimate Patagonia journey which wends its way south around the lower half of Argentina and Chile, culminating in the southernmost point of the continent at Cape Horn. Explore not just the beautiful glaciers, lakes, forests and mountain peaks of Patagonia on a whole host of outdoor adventures but have the chance to see some spectacular wildlife, from penguins to elephant seals, whales and seabirds. It is also a great mix of land and cruise-based accommodation to help you explore the remoter reaches of Patagonia, mixed in with a touch of chic urban life.

Arrive in elegant Buenos Aires, home of tango, a great and easy city to explore. Head south to the Glaciers National Park around El Calafate where you can roam the hills from a traditional estancia and get up close to the impressive Perito Moreno Glacier. Veer south to Ushuaia to embark your Australis expedition cruise through the Beagle Channel, a wildlife and nature haven. A final stop in vibrant Santiago is a great way to end your trip, perhaps dinner at a superb seafood restaurant!

1 night on plane – 2 nights Buenos Aires – 3 nights El Calafate – 4 nights Cape Horn Cruise – 3 nights Torres del Paine – 2 nights Santiago – 1 night on plane

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