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ARGENTINE & CHILEAN PATAGONIA – 18 Days

Enjoy the spectacular views of Bariloche

Explore Torres del Paine National Park

A great day at Perito Moreno Glacier

FROM 3230 USD 18 Days/ 17 Nights
Highlights

Tours in Argentina & Chile
Enjoy Tango in Buenos Aires
Bariloche Lake Crossing
Visit Torres del Paine Chile
Perito Moreno Glacier Tour
Travel to The End of the World

ARGENTINE & CHILEAN PATAGONIA – 18 Days

Tour Torres del Paine, Perito Moreno Glacier, Ushuaia, Bariloche & Buenos Aires

Thinking about exploring Patagonia from North to South; from Argentina’s glacier lands to the Chilean fjords? On this 18-day journey, you’ll get to see it all! Tour Perito Moreno’s majestic glacier, discover Torres del Paine National Park, and cruise the scenic lakes of Argentina and Chile. Depart from bustling Buenos Aires to the peaceful lakeside town of Bariloche, and then make the beautiful journey to Puerto Varas in Chile, during which you’ll enjoy views of the Andes Mountain Range and huge volcanoes. Finally, return to Argentina and wrap up your Patagonian adventure in Ushuaia, the northern neighbor of Antarctica…

Day 1 – Travel to Argentina & Chile - First Stop: Buenos Aires

 

Welcome to Argentina! Upon arrival in Buenos Aires you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel. Look for the sign with your name. You’ll have the rest of the day to enjoy Buenos Aires at your own pace.

 

The capital of Argentina and described as the Paris of South America, Buenos Aires proudly embraces its title, and also shows off plenty of its own culture. Explore the traditional European architecture, the cobbled streets lined with rustic outdoor cafes, the local antique and artisanal markets that offer plenty of bargain shopping, and the mouthwatering aroma of prized Argentine beef sizzling on an open parrilla (barbeque).

 

Buenos Aires is home to some excellent local designers, so you will certainly find the perfect leather jacket, long leather boots, and handbags for all occasions.

 

But above all, Buenos Aires is known as the home of tango. Be sure to explore colorful San Telmo, the birthplace of this passionate dance, and Recoleta Cemetery, the resting place of the most famous characters in Buenos Aires’ long history.

 

 

Say Hueque Tips

 

We know our city is HUGE! We prepared this Buenos Aires Travel Guide so that you can make the most of your precious time over the next few days. The best restaurants, free attractions and day tours, and other insider tips… we’ll tell you all about, ‘che’! (first tip: ‘che’ means “dude” in Argentina).

 

 

Travel to Argentina and try the traditional mate beverage

 

(This is the ‘maté’, the tradtional infusion of Argentinians)

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Day 2 – Buenos Aires City Tour & Tango Show

 

In the morning we’ll pick you up to enjoy our 5-hour long Buenos Aires city tour—You will be swept away by the highlights of our beloved Buenos Aires. Over the course of a half-day you will have the chance to visit the historical and political center of the city; Plaza de Mayo and the Pink House (the presidential house).

 

Next, we’ll move on to San Telmo with its cobblestone streets and the oldest residential neighborhood, and then to La Boca where Buenos Aires turns colorful and tango is ever-present. Come walk Caminito street and dance with the locals. The next stop is the chic and aristocratic Recoleta, where the big palaces remind us why Buenos Aires is called the “Paris of the South”.

 

In the evening we’ll pick you up from your hotel to take you to a mystical place where you’ll discover one of our most ancient traditions. Tango is more than our national dance… tango is our immigrant origins, the talent of our local artists, the sensuality of Argentine women and our way to deal with a broken heart; dancing our way through tragic, and yet eternal, love stories.

 

Tonight you will enjoy a 3-hour professional display of tango and music with a group of local artists onstage immersed in an elegant and alluring place. The manners, ambience, clothes and dance steps which tango-lovers used to practice 100 years ago will come to life again and you will travel back in time for a night.

 

This spectacular demonstration of the finest local dancing will be accompanied by delicious Argentine and international cuisine. Dinner is all-inclusive, beverages included so you can lose yourself in the ethereal taste of Malbec wine. At the end of the evening, around midnight, you will be driven back to your hotel, fully in love with the bohemian spirit of our beloved Buenos Aires.

 

 

Say Hueque Tips

 

Tango is, all in all, a cultural experience that’s deeply rooted in Argentine hearts. Where do regular people go to dance tango? Learn more about tango in Buenos Aires in our blog “Travel Tails of Argentina”.

 

 

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Day 3 – From Buenos Aires to Bariloche, Patagonia Adventure

 

It’s time to fly to the Lake District, the stunning start to your Patagonia adventure. We’ll drive you to the domestic airport where you’ll take a short, 3-hour flight to Bariloche

 

Bariloche sits at the southern coast of Nahuel Huapi, a glacier-water lake with enthralling islands and beaches. Hills and mountains framing the area allow visitors to enjoy all sorts of hiking trails and winter sports (Cathedral Hill is home to the biggest ski slopes in South America), as well as some mesmerizing views of the natural wonders of Patagonia.

 

This region has it all — horseback riding through the Patagonian steppe, navigations through pristine blue-green waters, and the most mouthwatering chocolate in the country!

 

 

Say Hueque Tips

 

Here at Say Hueque, we are committed Bariloche-lovers… there is no denying this. In our Bariloche Travel Guide you can read all about our favorite hikes, chocolate shops, beaches and other envy-inducing places…

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Day 4 – Bariloche Tours: History & Nature

 

On this morning, we’ll pick you up at your hotel to start one of the most famous and traditional visits of the Lake District. For around 6 hours you will tour the area in an active way, and your guide will be constantly focused on sharing the vast history of the area and the most relevant facts about the natural heritage of Bariloche.

 

You will visit Campanario Hill, considered by National Geographic to be the 8th-best view in the world, and one of the most visited places here—1500 people go to enjoy the view every day. Our guides are local experts and know the perfect time to visit. They will bring you there before the crowds swarm, so that you can have a close-up and intimate experience.

 

Other fabled places you will visit include Nahuel Huapi and the mild waters of Moreno Lake, Lopez and Capilla mountains, and the world renowned Llao-Llao Hotel. Get ready to walk between millenary arrayanes trees on a nature-oriented outing through the impressive forest in the Llao-Llao Nature Park.

 

After filling your lungs with the refreshing air of the forest, you’ll enjoy your boxed lunch, and at the end of the day we’ll take you back to your hotel.

 

 

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Day 5 – Free day in Bariloche

 

This is your free day in Bariloche; no activities are scheduled for today.  However… there are tons of things you can do!

 

If you want to check out some free activities around the area, you can wander the “Centro Cívico” where, among other things, people take a traditional photo with the cutest Saint Bernard dogs.

 

Taking a walk along the Nahuel Huapi lake shore wouldn’t be a bad choice either, especially if it’s followed by a yummy visit to one of the many chocolate factories in the city. Who says that adventure has nothing to do with gastronomy? Not us!

 

But, if you would prefer to keep on adventuring, we recommend that you take an optional outing to go Rafting down Manso River inside Nahuel Huapi National Park.

 

We will drive you along National Route 40 (the legendary road which extends from the North to South of Argentina) to enjoy some scenic views, passing by lakes Gutierrez, Mascardi and Guillelmo. At one stop, we’ll enter the land of a Native American Mapuche Community to share breakfast (maté or tea, and homemade fried bread and marmalade) and learn about their unique culture and traditions; a truly immersive and personal experience. 

 

From there we will start our rafting adventure, cruising down Manso River on its emerald waters. For about 1 hour, you’ll navigate your way through some medium-intensity rapids with the backdrop of this fairy-tale valley. Depending on the weather, you may be able to take a relaxing swim!

 

On our way back, we’ll stop to have lunch in the historic restaurant, El Viejo Almacén. After this 10-hour experience, we’ll drive you back to Bariloche.

 

This tour is only available for children over 10 years old. 

 

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Day 6 – Cruise: Lake Crossing to Chile, Patagonia

 

Time to cross borders and step into Chile, the land of the fjords! This is an 11-hour trip in which you’ll travel from Argentina to Chile in a different way, and have a day full of immersion into the beautiful landscapes of the Patagonian Lakes and relaxing navigations. 

 

You’ll depart from your hotel in Bariloche by bus early in the morning to travel to Puerto Pañuelo, where you’ll embark on the first boat of the day. You’ll sail Nahuel Huapi Lake and reach Puerto Blest on a 1-hour navigation through beautiful woods and snow-capped mountains that surround the shore.

 

Who were the first men to embark on this adventurous journey? On the way, your local guide will reveal their history and other interesting facts about the vegetation and wildlife of the area.

 

From Puerto Blest, take a bus to Puerto Alegre where you’ll embark on your second boat of the day, crossing Lake Frías, with Mount Tronador as an amazing backdrop, to reach Puerto Frías, where you’ll finally cross borders into Chile.

 

Then, take a 2-hour bus passing by the legendary Andes Mountain Range to Pehulla, a beautiful eco-village where we’ll stop to have lunch before taking our last navigation of the day.

 

For the last part of the journey, explore the Todos Los Santos Lake (which stretches between Pehulla and Petrohúe), during a 2-hour navigation where you may see, weather permitting, the forbidding Puntiagudo and Osorno volcanoes.

 

Once in Petrohué, we’ll take you on a 3-hour bus trip, passing by Llanquihue Lake, the second-largest lake in Chile (and this is a land full of lakes), to Puerto Varas where we’ll drop you at your hotel.

 

 

Travel to Argentina and take a boat trip in Patagonia.

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Day 7 – Free Day in Puerto Varas

 

This is your free day in Puerto Varas, the gateway city to the Chilean Lake District, which faces the great Osorno Volcano and is better known as the “City of Roses”.

 

This beautiful lakeside, first inhabited by Germans, has kept most of its traditional architecture; wooden houses, alerce trees and German Jesuit churches can be seen all over the place, as well as rose bushes covering every street.

 

The gastronomy of Puerto Varas is something to savor while staying in this city. Taste the “Kuchen” pie, a traditional dish of the first German immigrants, the homemade marmalades (Puerto Varas is famous for their blueberry-production!), and the best smoked salmon fish.

 

 

 

  Say Hueque Tips

 

Puerto Varas offers a wide variety of adventure outings, from hikes in the Llanquihue Reserve to kayaking in Petoué River, and our favorite, a visit to the Osorno Volcano skycenter. Enjoy a warm coffee while admiring the magnificent Osorno Volcano Summit, and visit a famous brewery on your way back. Contact us to add this optional day tour to your travel itinerary!

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Day 8 – The Patagonia Adventure Continues: Puerto Varas - Punta Arenas – Puerto Natales –

 

Today we’ll drive you from your hotel to Puerto Montt airport to take your flight to Punta Arenas. Upon arrival, we’ll be waiting to take you on a 1-hour trip to Puerto Natales, where you’ll spend the night.

 

Puerto Natales is the gateway city to the famous Torres del Paine National Park, which you’ll visit the next day! In the meantime, wander around the Last Hope Sound coastline, or just relax in one of the little cafés in town while admiring its patchworked facade of colorful houses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Day 9 – Torres Del Paine Tour

 

Today we’ll pick you up really early at your hotel to take you to the first stop of this 10 hour-long adventurous trip: Milodon Cave. This natural monument, located 24 kilometers (14.9 miles) north of town, is composed of three caverns and a rocky conglomerate called Silla del Diablo (Devil’s chair), due to its chair-like shape.

 

Before getting to the cave, we will pass by La Silla del Diablo and learn about its mysterious legend…a story told by the oldest man in Patagonia who believed that the Devil appeared to those who came to look for him on dark nights.

 

We’ll keep on travelling to Torres del Paine National Park, and on the way you’ll get to see Sofia Lagoon, Prat Range, Porteño Lake, and the stunning Grey Lake viewpoint. You’ll go over Serrano Bridge and continue to Grey Lake sector, where you’ll have time to walk along the shore. Once you go back to the parking lot, we’ll take you to a restaurant to rest and have lunch (lunch is not included in our service).

 

After lunch, we’ll head to Salto Grande sector. You’ll visit the Nordenskjold Lake viewpoint before continuing on a sinuous route to Amarga Lagoon area. We’ll also make a stop at Paine’s turquoise waterfall, whose waters come directly from Paine River.

 

Heading back to Puerto Natales, we’ll stop at Sarmiento Lake viewpoint to take one last picture of the stunning Torres del Paine.

 

 

Say Hueque Tips

 

This is an incredible National Park! We made this awesome Torres del Paine Travel Guide so that you won’t miss out on any detail of this adventure.

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Day 10 – Your Free Day in Puerto Natales

 

You don’t have any activities scheduled for this day. So, this is your opportunity to discover some other natural monuments of Puerto Natales!

 

Since we’re truly nature and travel lovers, we think that the best way to enjoy this day will be by taking an adventure tour to explore your surroundings. Does that sound good? If so, we absolutely recommend that you add the optional “Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers Boat Trip” tour to your travel itinerary, and enjoy a 9-hour sail through the Patagonian fjords in Bernardo O’Higgins National Park to spot hidden waterfalls, sea lions, and the Balmaceda Glacier. A 1-hour hike to the base of Serrano Glacier and a hearty lunch at a beautiful ranch will be included too!

 

 

Patagonia hiking is an amazing experience in Argentina

 

 

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Day 11 – From Puerto Natales to El Calafate

 

Today, get prepared to take a 5-hour bus ride to El Calafate. To get to the bus station, a taxi will cost you roughly $6/8 usd. We highly recommend being ready half-an-hour before the departure time at the bus terminal. Once you arrive to the bus station in El Calafate, you will make your way to your hotel.

 

El Calafate is the starting point for adventure travelers who desire to unearth the most spellbinding natural wonders of Patagonia, like the Perito Moreno Glacier, the only glacier in the world that’s still advancing. Though it’s not the only glacier in the area, it’s the one that made the city of El Calafate famous worldwide

 

 

Say Hueque Tips

 

If you want to know more about El Calafate, take a look to our Calafate Travel Guide to find some more practical information about the city. Our advice: if you feel like exploring a bit on your own, go on the half-a-mile hike to Laguna Nimez for a beautiful Patagonian sunset.

 

 

Travel to South America and sail amazing rivers

 

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Day 12 – El Calafate: Perito Moreno Glacier Tour

 

In the morning, we’ll bring you to Glaciers National Park to take the 6-hour Perito Moreno Glacier Tour. Get prepared to get up-close and personal with these icy giants!

 

 

Glaciers National Park has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1981, and is home to approximately 200 glaciers. Half of this park is occupied by the campo de hielo patagónico (Patagonian ice field), the largest icefield in the world, outside of Antarctica.

 

You will travel about 25 miles from El Calafate to the park, enjoying the views of the Patagonian steppe along the way. Once inside the park, you will follow the walkways to explore the different viewpoints, and you’ll feel incredibly close to the famous Perito Moreno Glacier. If you’re lucky, you may get to see a piece of ice break off and fall from the glacier wall to sink forever into the lake.

 

Over the course of an hour, a bilingual guide will provide you with all the information you might want to know…you will learn things about this unique Patagonian environment that you may have never thought about. After this visit, you will take a boat that will bring you close enough to fully appreciate the 262-foot high ice walls of Perito Moreno! You’ll never feel closer to this gigantic and impressive natural masterpiece.   

 

 

 

Say Hueque Tips

 

Have you ever imagined walking over the ice of a glacier? Well, why don’t you take a look at the Mini Trekking Tour… we’re sure you won’t regret it.                       

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Day 13 – Your Free Day in El Calafate

 

Is El Calafate all about the glaciers? Well, yes and no… while glaciers are the main attraction, which you can visit via hiking or a boat ride, you still have a lot more to discover about Argentine rural culture. 

 

Today is your free day, and as there is no activity scheduled for this day, our recommendation is to take a day tour to visit a typical Patagonian finca (ranch) and learn all about the gaucho (cowboy) culture  and enjoy a great asado (barbecue).

 

Inside Glaciers National Park, at the end of National Route 15 and after a 1 hr 30 min drive over a rubble road, sits one of the oldest and most traditional Patagonian ranches in the area. It’s the only ranch that continues to maintain sheep and Hereford cattle-breeding as its main occupation. You can take a day trip to visit its 30,000 acres of land, learn about its history, and witness a sheep-shearing demonstration and horse-training. At the end of the day, a grilled lambed will await, sizzling on its traditional Patagonian rotisserie.

 

 

 

Say Hueque Tips

 

Looking for things to do in El Calafate? We found a wide variety of activities and day trips to share with you. You have it all right here in our blog, “Travel Tales of Argentina”.

 

 

Travel to Argentina and visit a traditional ranch

 

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Day 14 – From El Calafate, Travel to Ushuaia

 

Today we’ll drive you to the airport to take your flight to Ushuaia, the popular “End of the World” destination. Upon arrival you will be taken to your hotel. Then, you will have the rest of the day to relax or explore the surroundings.

 

Ushuaia is a small town, and it is really easy to get around on foot. The Yamanas, who were the first inhabitants, named it Ushuaia, which means “protected bay” in their native language. Ushuaia was officially incorporated into the Republic of Argentina in 1884, and it soon became a penal colony, and later, a permanent Argentine settlement. 

 

Take the afternoon to explore the town, learn about the region’s history at the Prisoner’s Museum, or visit the Galleria of Fuegian History (its restaurant is also very nice). Please, don’t forget about the local gastronomy! Ushuaia is the perfect place to try the best seafood in Argentina.

 

 

 

Say Hueque Tips

 

You’ve arrived to the edge of the world… and there are two seafood dishes that you absolutely MUST taste: the Blake Hake and King crab. Our Ushuaia Travel Guide will point you in the direction of the best restaurants in town. 

 

 

Try the best seafood of Argentina in Ushuaia!

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Day 15 – Ushuaia: Trekking & Canoeing in the National Park

 

Today we’ll pick you up for an 8 to 10-hour, moderate difficulty, adventure in Tierra del Fuego National Park, just 7.4 miles away from the city and bordering the shore of the famous Beagle Channel.

 

Once at Ensenada Bay, you will have time to enjoy the view over the Beagle Channel before you start hiking along the coast. Four miles of trail awaits you, where you’ll discover native flora, wild fauna and the remains left by the Yamanas, the native inhabitants of the area. After this 3-hour hike, you will reach Lake Roca, where lunch will be served.

 

After a full homemade picnic, you will start the second part of this adventure. Take your oar and plunge into a 1hr 30 min canoeing trip along the Lapataia River (only available for children over 5 years old). Make it all the way to Lapataia Bay, where the Panamerican Highway and National Route 3 end at an awe-inspiring landscape.

 

After discovering the unique vastness of this stunning setting, we’ll take you back to your hotel to rest and enjoy another Patagonian evening. 

 

 

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Day 16 – Beagle Channel Cruise & Fly Back to Buenos Aires

 

In 1833 Charles Darwin sailed the Beagle Channel and discovered something great. Today is the day; become another explorer of this historic channel.

 

Make your way to the tourist pier (located downtown) to embark on a 4-hour Beagle Channel navigation on a fully equipped boat with a capacity for up to 26 people. Argentina standing at your left and Chile at your right, you’ll sail this natural border until reaching the iconic Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse, which is still in operation.

 

On the way, enjoy uplifting panoramic views of Ushuaia Bay, crowned by the Martial Glacier’s diverse marine wildlife, such as cormorants (flying birds, closely related to penguins) and fur seals. Hop off on Bridges Island to explore its vegetation and visit the archeological remains of the Yámanas (the native inhabitants) accompanied by a specialized bilingual guide. 

 

During the trip, enjoy bottomless hot cocoa and cookies, or try the maté (loose herbal tea), which is every Argentinian’s favorite drink.  Once we get back to the port, you’ll make your way back to your hotel.

 

In the evening, you’ll be transferred to the airport to take your flight to Buenos Aires, where we’ll be waiting to bring you to your hotel in the city. Enjoy your last night in one of the trendy restaurants or bars of Palermo Soho, or maybe visit one of the many milongas (tango houses). Don’t be shy! If you can climb mountains, cross lakes, and paddle in the wilderness of Patagonia, you can definitely mingle with Argentine locals in their favorite dance spots.     

 

 

Travel to Argentina the lands of good dancers!

 

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Day 17 – Your Free Day in Buenos Aires

 

On your free day in Buenos Aires, you can discover the secrets of La Pampa and Argentina’s rural culture. Argentina is world-famous for its fútbol (soccer) players, but also for the vastness of its green-tinted fields, best known as ‘La Pampa’. That endless land at the edge of the horizon is still home to the descendants of the first gauchos (Argentine cowboys), who still care for and work the land as their ancestors taught them to.

 

There are still some estancias (ranches) that preserve the gaucho traditions, located in picturesque towns within Buenos Aires’ province. One of the most alluring estancias is El Ombú de Areco, a colonial-style working ranch built in 1880 that is located in the town of San Antonio de Areco, where gaucho traditions are ever-present.

 

Today, we’ll pick you up at your hotel to begin a 9-hour visit to this time-honored ranch. Learn about the gaucho culture and traditions, strolling around the beautiful old streets, museums and ancient pulperías (grocery stores) in San Antonio de Areco before heading to El Ombú.

 

Once you’re in the estancia, enjoy a typical asado (barbecue) before either a horseback ride in nature or a relaxing bike ride. For those who like to take things slow while on vacation, there is a peaceful swimming pool (only available in summer) and many sunny relaxation areas where you can take la siesta (an afternoon nap). At the end of the day, we’ll take you back to your hotel in Buenos Aires.

 

 

Buenos Aires tours include a horseback ride in La Pampa

 

 

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Day 18 – Buenos Aires, The End of Your Argentina & Chile Tour

 

How you would like to spend your last day of vacation? Here are some ideas…

 

You can explore the cobblestone, tree-lined streets of Palermo Soho in search of some one-of-a-kind Porteño fashion stores and the district’s notable graffiti circuit. Or you may want to stop by one of our historic cafes (named “cafés notables”) located all over the city and have a “cortado”, the most popular Argentine coffee choice.

 

If you’re leaving on a Saturday or Sunday, you may also have the chance to visit one of the city markets, only open on weekends. At the appropriate time you will be transferred to the international airport for your flight back home.

 

 

 

Say Hueque Tips

 

“Those are some great ideas, tell me more”…. Ok, we don’t want to be tight-lipped, so here are some ideas for  truly local souvenirs and where to find them (be prepared to become really popular amongst your loved ones back home…)

 

 

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Included

Accommodations: 4-night accommodation in a hotel (Buenos Aires), 3-night accommodation in a hotel (Bariloche), 2-night accommodation in a hotel (Puerto Varas), 3-night accommodation in a hotel (Puerto Natales), 3-night accommodation in a hotel (El Calafate), 2-night accommodation in a hotel (Ushuaia)

Transfers and tours mentioned in the itinerary

Bus from Puerto Natales / El Calafate

Daily breakfast

Bilingual local guide (English / Spanish)

Meals: snacks and dinner (day 2), boxed lunch (day 4), snack and boxed lunch (day 9), lunch (day 15).

Not Included

Bariloche Eco Fee: Cash only! You will pay this fee at your hotel. Varies from $2 usd to $4 usd per guest per night, depending on your hotel category.  

 National Park Entrance Fees

International or domestic flights

Travel / Medical Insurance – To get a free quote please follow this link: World Nomads

 

 

Accommodation & Prices

ARGENTINE & CHILEAN PATAGONIA – 18 Days


INN/ B&B

USD 3230

COMFORT

USD 3660

SUPERIOR

USD 4150

*Prices in US Dollars.
*Valid until April 2020 (Not valid in Christmas, New Year and Carnival).

* The Perito Moreno Glacier mini-trekking tour is available from September – April.

*Prices are per person, based on 2 people in double occupancy. Single rates are available on request. Flights are not included in the price, but can be arranged on request.

*Please note that this tour is also available in Luxury Category. Ask your Travel Advisor for the details and quotation on this category.



Flights needed for this itinerary

Buenos Aires ­– Bariloche – Punta Arenas – Ushuaia – Buenos Aires

Flights in South America cost approximately $150 to $300 USD per segment (destination).
We offer special rates on flights for this tailor-made itinerary.

Included

Accommodations: 4-night accommodation in a hotel (Buenos Aires), 3-night accommodation in a hotel (Bariloche), 2-night accommodation in a hotel (Puerto Varas), 3-night accommodation in a hotel (Puerto Natales), 3-night accommodation in a hotel (El Calafate), 2-night accommodation in a hotel (Ushuaia)

Transfers and tours mentioned in the itinerary

Bus from Puerto Natales / El Calafate

Daily breakfast

Bilingual local guide (English / Spanish)

Meals: snacks and dinner (day 2), boxed lunch (day 4), snack and boxed lunch (day 9), lunch (day 15).

Not Included

Bariloche Eco Fee: Cash only! You will pay this fee at your hotel. Varies from $2 usd to $4 usd per guest per night, depending on your hotel category.  

 National Park Entrance Fees

International or domestic flights

Travel / Medical Insurance – To get a free quote please follow this link: World Nomads

 

 

Trip Reviews

ARGENTINE & CHILEAN PATAGONIA – 18 Days

Bob MacKenzie and Lorraine Chiappetta

Bob MacKenzie and Lorraine Chiappetta

(5 / 5)

Thank you again for a truly memorable experience,

Lorraine and I want to thank you for having put together such a marvelous vacation for us. We were amazed that so many connections and pick-ups were perfectly organized so that everything went so smoothly including all 5 internal flights. We enjoyed all the activities and all the hotels. We trekked to the base of Fitzroy and to the base of the Torres in Torres del Paine. We thoroughly enjoyed all the guides and all the towns and cities we visited. We saw some of the most beautiful landscapes we have ever seen and felt that everyday was an adventure. We are home now and already miss Argentina and Chile.
Thank you again for a truly memorable experience,
Bob MacKenzie and Lorraine Chiappetta


12.12.19

Capellán Theresa

Capellán Theresa

(4 / 5)

We enjoyed our calafate and Iguazú visits and would like to thank you for your service.

Our trip ends today when we board the plane for Buenos Aires. We enjoyed our calafate and Iguazú visits and would like to thank you for your service. We would be glad to share some of our assessments -
The airport transfers were all good. We didn’t wait and that prompt pick up gave us a good sense of security in an new place.
The hotels at Calafate and Iguazú were superb. Weskar was also okay but too small for a party of three. Nonetheless, weskar service was good.
On the tour guide, they were all good. But the it would have been better if we were properly advised on all payments to the park. Perhaps, this advisory can be included in the day to day itinerary to prepare on the cash we needed to bring cuz natales isn’t too friendly on credit cards
Clothing advisory - the advisory on calafate and Ushuaia were okay. But the Iguazú side can be better cuz we were not prepared for raincoats - which were a must to visit the cataratas
The 24-hour service of Say Huque was excellent. It was very helpful whenever we needed clarifications, or inquiries of our travel.
One suggestion: Best to include all entrance fees to the parks in the cost. It would be less hassle cuz of currency exchange issues
Again, thanks for your service. We look forward to future relationships
Theresa


21.10.19

Brian & Louis Rohrs.

Brian & Louis Rohrs.

(4 / 5)

We certainly enjoyed our trip to Argentina and Chile, and would not hesitate to recommend Say Hueque.

Hi Tina,

We are well thank you and trust you are too.

We certainly enjoyed our trip to Argentina and Chile, and would not hesitate to recommend Say Hueque.

We choose Say Hueque due to its prompt feedback and attention to detail. Our favorite hotels were Gray Lago and Altos Ushuaia. Our favorite excursion was Tierra Del Fuego & Torres Del Paine. Scenery and expert guides. If I need to mention the best guides were Matheus @ Huellas der Sur & Joachim @ Canal fun.

I had only two comments I would like to say: Mirador Del Lago Hotel rooms and linen were looking old. Altos Ushuaia Hotel was substandard for our level of travel. All the rest was great!

Kind regards to you and Patricio.

Brian & Louis Rohrs.


25.09.19

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MY TRIP: ARGENTINE & CHILEAN PATAGONIA – 18 Days

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ARGENTINE & CHILEAN PATAGONIA – 18 Days
Testimonials

Bob MacKenzie and Lorraine Chiappetta

Thank you again for a truly memorable experience,

Capellán Theresa

We enjoyed our calafate and Iguazú visits and would like to thank you for your service.

Brian & Louis Rohrs.

We certainly enjoyed our trip to Argentina and Chile, and would not hesitate to recommend Say Hueque.

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