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HIKING IN PATAGONIA – 16 Days

Exploring the Glaciers of El Calafate

Gorgeous Lago Grey

Enjoying the Views from El Chalten's Trails

FROM 3165 USD 16 Days / 15 Nights
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Patagonia Hiking
Trekking in El Chalten
Torres del Paine National Park
Patagonia Adventure
Travel to Ushuaia

HIKING IN PATAGONIA – 16 Days

Trek Torres del Paine & Fitz Roy, and visit glaciers, lakes and mountains

In this 16-day hiking adventure you’ll discover deep Patagonia, its fabled landscapes and unparalleled nature, without the constraint of large groups and expensive tours. Explore Perito Moreno Glacier, El Chaltén (hikers favorite village), Ushuaia at the southernmost spot in the globe and the worldwide famous Torres del Paine National Park. Those who agree with Bruce Chatwin, the british novelist who traveled Patagonia, should not miss this once-in-a-lifetime trip: “I haven’t got any special religion this morning. My God is the God of Walkers. If you walk hard enough, you probably don’t need any other god.”         

Day 1 – Patagonia Trekking in El Chalten

 

You have just got to Patagonia!—your dreamed trip is about to start. Upon arrival in El Calafate you will take a public bus to start your 3 hour long trip to El Chaltén. You’ll travel along the famous Route 40, surrounded by the Patagonian steppe, pass through La Leona River, which connects Lake Argentino and Lake Viedma and where stands La Leona Road house, where the famous thieves, Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid hided for a month.

 

 

After discovering other rough gems of this particular landscape, you’ll reach El Chaltén and we’ll leave you at your hotel. El Chaltén is the top rated hiking destination in Argentina. This charming little village sits at the foot of Fitz Roy Mountain and it’s surrounded by glaciers, lakes, rivers and forest. It’s also the jumping-off point for most hiking trails. A paradise for sunny walkers and hikers alike.

 

 

Enjoy your first afternoon of leisure in Patagonia to relax in the local brewery or explore the surrounding areas—Maybe stroll around a little waterfall…

 

 

 

Say Hueque Tips

 

Take a look to our favorite hikes in our Chaltén Travel Guide, and take note of our travel advices on how to visit the area.

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Day 2 – Hiking in Chalten: self-guided paths

 

Today be prepared for an exciting day into the wild. El Chaltén offers a wide range of options of hiking paths of varied difficulty. You can choose where and when to go, since paths are self-guided and very well marked and maintained. It’s really important, before taking any hiking trail, to pass by the National Park Visitors’ Centre to check the conditions of each hiking path.

 

 

From the main door of your hotel, you can go for a short and easy 3 kilometres walk to Cerro Torre viewpoint—it will take you around 1 hour. Enjoy Rio de las Vueltas and lenga forest amazing views and be prepared to see all kind of birds—This is great woodpecker spotting opportunity!

 

 

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Day 3 – El Chalten & your Patagonia Adventure

 

Today, our recommendation for truly hiking lovers: make all the way to Cerro Torre  and Laguna Torre, one of the most famous hiking trails of the area. Walk into the wild for about 8 hours and 20 kilometres, this is a moderate difficulty hike so no previous experience is needed!

 

 

It starts at that gorgeous wooden sign with the Laguna Torre and the woodpecker at his side that you probably have already seen if you visited the Cerro Torre Viewpoint the previous day. From there, you will continue through a multi-colored landscape: snow capped mountains will rein over the native forest of lengas and ñires. You’ll pass by the De Agostini campsite and continue till the front moraine…you can hit the summit in 15 minutes! From here you can descend to the lagoon and see a floating iceberg passing by or continue to the Mascardi viewpoint, 2 kilometres down up the hill.

 

 

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Day 4 – Hiking in Chalten, a spectacular experience

 

If you liked Laguna Torre’s hiking trail, you’ll love our second hiking favorite: Laguna de los Tres and the base of Mount Fitz Roy. Go for a medium difficulty, 8 hour long hike to the most impressive views of Rio de Las Vueltas valley. You’ll cross Del Salto Stream, its icy water held by orange-tinted rocks which defies the breathtaking views of Mount Fitz Roy.

 

This hike  becomes difficult in the last bit: a 400 metres steep slope separates you from your final goal! The reward will be more than fabled: the sun sparkling over the emerald waters of Laguna de los Tres, its haunting glacier and the pristine Fitz Roy peaks. A little secret: seize the day, wake up early and watch sunrise at the Laguna de los Tres to see them turning red—A lifetime opportunity for nature lovers.

 

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Day 5 – From El Chalten to El Calafate

 

Enjoy an early walk around town or a short easy hike during the morning: you can walk to El Chorrillo del Salto, 3-4 hours away from the village and get to a Little waterfall encircled by native trees and flora, like the Patagonian Orchid.

 

 

Bear in mind that in the afternoon you will board your bus back to El Calafate, so you need to be back in time.The 3 hour long driving back will be a good opportunity to rest or just relax enjoying the passing landscape at your window.

 

 

Once you arrive at El Calafate, the bus will leave you at your hotel. It’s your your chance to try the tender and exquisite Patagonian Lamb or a heavenly tasting Calafate ice-cream. At Calafate, food options are varied: from veggie delicacies to the best demonstration of international cuisine. You can choose a fancy  restaurant or a traditional local tavern to spend an unforgettable time.

 

 

 

 

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Day 6 – El Calafate: Perito Moreno Glacier Tour

 

In the morning, we’ll drive you to Glaciers National Park to take the 6 hour long Perito Moreno Glacier tour. Get prepared to play with the giants!

 

 

Glaciers National Park has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1981 and home to 200 approximately glaciers. Half of this park is occupied by the campo de hielo patagónico (Patagonian ice field), the largest ice field after Antarctica. You will travel 40 km (about 25 miles) from El Calafate to the park, enjoying the views of the Patagonian steppe. Once inside the park you will take the walkways to explore the different viewpoints, and you’ll feel really close to the 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. During about one hour, a bilingual guide will provide you with all the information you might want to know…and things you might have never thought about. After this visit you will take a boat ride that will take you close enough to fully appreciate the 80 meter (262 feet) 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 the back of a glacier? Well, if your answer is no, why don’t you take a look to the Mini Trekking on the Perito Moreno Glacier…We’re sure you won’t regret it.    

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Day 7 – El Calafate

 

El Calafate is much more than haunting glaciers…and today is your perfect opportunity to discover why. Inside Glaciers National park, at the end of NR 15, after a 1 h 30 drive over a rubble road, sits Nibepo Aike Ranch one of the oldest and traditional Patagonian ranches of the area.

 

Take a day tour to explore the estancia (ranch) and immerse yourself in the rural culture of Patagonia. Nibepo Aike is the only ranch that maintains sheep and Hereford cattle breeding as its main occupation. You can visit its green-yellow tinted parairie, learn about it’s founder who arrived to these lands at the beggining of 20th century, witness a shearing demonstrations and a test for horse reins. At the end of the day, a grilled lambed will awaits sizzling in its Patagonian traditional cross stake.

 

 

 

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. We write it all in our blog, “Travel Tales of Argentina”.

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Day 8 – Torres del Paine Tour - Travel to Chile

 

In the early morning, we’ll pick you up to start your trip to Chile and your full day visit to Torres del Paine National Park. It’s a long day but it worth every minute.

 

 

First, we’ll drive through the Patagonian steppe in an overland during 2 h 30 (you might be able to see rheas, guanacos, Patagonian hare, and even condors!) till reaching the border to Chile at Cancha Carrera, where we’ll go through customs. Things to take into account: it is not allowed to take any fresh food, plants, seeds, etc. from Argentina to Chile. They are very strict, and fines can be high. If you are not sure if something is allowed or not, please declare it (they will provide you with a form) and they will inform you if you can carry it or not. And please don´t forget your passport!

 

  

We’ll keep on traveling amid isolated and windy landscapes, occasionally punctuated by guanacos and native green-orange tinted bushes: here you’ll truly feel the momentous solitude which characterized Patagonia.

 

 

The park won’t amaze you at first sight. Like a shide lover, it will unveil its enthralling natural beauties little by little. Through winding road, we’ll make different stops to have a close up view of Cascada Paine (Paine Waterfall), Paine Range at Lake Sarmiento and of Paine Horns at Lake Nordenskjold. Depending on the weather, we’ll perform a 1 hour long walk to reach the lake and get closer to the striking horns. At midday, and after having stopped by the Lago Pehoé Viewpoint to gaze the vastness of French Valley, we’ll have our box lunch at this mountainous backdrop.

 

 

At the end of this fabled excursión, we’ll leave you at Laguna Amarga where your transfer will pick you up and take you to your hotel.  

 

 

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Day 9 – Base of the Torres del Paine

 

Torres del Paine is one of the most beautiful protected areas of South America, and the best way to explore it is by foot. If you like hiking and nature, this should be one of the highlights of your trip. Depending in which area of the Park you are logging, you will be able to explore different paths—Please check with your travel advisor which are the best options from your location.

 

 

Our recommendation is to take by your own the hike to Base de las Torres del Paine. This is the most famous hike of the park since it takes you to the base of Paine Horns (2600 m.o.s.l.), a challenge for climbers all over the world. It takes 8-10 hours for the round trip.

 

 

The very first 2 hours are very tiring, since you are walking up, leaving the valley where the Hosteria and Refuge Torres del Paine sit. You’ll cross Ascensio Valley talking its windy path and gazing Ascensio River till getting to the first stop, Refugio El Chileno. From here, you’ll continue for one hour  through a lenga forest—the changing landscape will be a palliative for tiredness! You’ll finally get to the moraine, the last beat of the trek and the hardest. The last hour will be in permanent ascend but take it easy, you’ll definitely make it to the top! Every effort will be compensated with breathtaking views of this massif granite mountains that grow next to a blue lake and up to the sky.

 

 

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Day 10 – French Valley Trek - Patagonia Adventure

 

Today, prepare yourself to continue this hiking adventure on the other side of the park. We’ll pick you up at your accommodation  to take you in a one hour ride to Pudeto area where you will take a 45 minutes navigation to the opposite shore of Lago Pehoé. You can take with you a day pack with your values and the things you might need for today and tomorrowFor your convenience, our local operator can keep your luggage until tomorrow. Please let us know in advance. We recommend you to leave it properly closed with a lock and don’t leave goods such as jewelry or money.

 

 

At your arrival you’ll go by your own to Paine Grande Refuge (just a few meters away), where you’ll overnight. From here we recommend you to enjoy the French Valley Hike. This is a unique opportunity to visit one of the most difficult areas to be reached inside the park since there are no nearby road access. But, with two legs in good shape, you’ll definitely make it!

 

 

What will you find in French Valley? Hanging glaciers, pristine woods, and some haunting jagged peaks: the multi-colored Paine Grande and the forbidding Paine Horns. You can also cross the hanging bridge over the French River to have stunning views of French Glacier, or continue to the French Valley Plateau or down to the Pehoé River and the glacier. Take into account that, this last two, though amazing experiences, will demand an extra effort since you’ll have to hike a rocky path alongside the moraine. You will get back to the campsite skirting Lake Skottberg.

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Day 11 – Glaciar Grey Navigation - continue to Puerto Natales

 

In the early morning, and after enjoying a delicious breakfast, you will hike approximately 4 hours from Refugio Paine Grande to the Grey Mountain Hut. This is an amazing hike which will lead you meet Grey Lake and its floating glaciers,  some stunning views of the massive Southern Ice Field and the Grey Glacier that pinch together and extend their white cloak far beyond eyes can see.

 

 

You have a boat scheduled for this day. Right after the hike,  you’ll take the cruise at Grey Lake’s beach  and after crossing the blue waters punctuated by floating icebergs and dramatically framed by glaciers and snow-capped mountains, you’ll get to Hosteria Grey.At your arrival, a transfer will be waiting for you to take you in a 3-4 hour long trip throughout mountainous and dry steppes to finally reach Puerto Natales where you’ll overnight.

 

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Day 12 – Continue the Patagonia adventure: Puerto Natales - Punta Arenas

 

Today you’ll make your way to the bus station of Puerto Natales to depart to Punta Arenas. Being there 30 minutes before the departure is the best to avoid any last minutes inconvenience. This is a 3-4 hour long trip through the steppe, crisscrossed by mountains and fjords waters. At your arrival to the bus station at Punta Arenas you’ll make your way to your hotel—you can walk or take a taxi for around 5-7 dollars.

 

 

Punta Arenas is the Chilean southernmost city, sited at the Magellanic Strait, and the leading port for Antarctic cruises and scientific research. Before the construction of the Panama Canal, Punta Arenas was the most important maritime crossroad between the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean, thus, the city grew as a commercial center surrounding by European-type buildings—It’s colourful houses, standing out from a backdrop of snow-capped mountains are a vision for sore eyes.

 

 

What to do in Punta Arenas? You can enjoy the evening by taking a 3 hour long city tour to visit the Mirador Hill and get the most gorgeous views of Magellan Strait, and the Maggiorino Borgatello Museum to see the craft master pieces made by the Onas, Yaganes and
other natives of the area.

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Day 13 – Travel to Ushuaia & the end of the world

 

In the early morning, you will make your way to the bus station to embark on a full day bus trip to Ushuaia. Take into account that you’ll be crossing borders so keep in mind our previous advices.

This is a 12 hour long trip, crossing the Patagonian steppe: yellow and green grasslands, Chilean gauchos riding into the wild and grazing unworried sheeps will rolle on the square landscape of your window, till you reach the ferry crossing. It will take around 45 minutes to cross  the mythical Strait of Magellan and hit the road again to cross the border and finally enter to Tierra del Fuego Island in Argentine lands.

 

 

As the end-of-the world most famous city approaches, grazing sheeps will turn into wild guanacos and horses, snow capped mountains and evergreen woods will arise at the vicinity of Ushuaia. Once you get the “Southernmost City in the World” passport stamp, you’ll realize this intrepid journey through Patagonian remote roads was absolutely worthy.

 

 

This bus trip allows you to see the landscape and the other lesser known parts of Chile, having a much more complete view of the area. However, it is long journey (in a public bus, ferry crossing and dusty roads) and it can be a tiring day. For an additional cost you can choose a less adventurous option: from Torres del Paine, you can drive back to El Calafate and fly to Ushuaia.

 

 

Upon arrival in Ushuaia you will make your way to your hotel (taxis to and from the bus station should cost less than 10 dollars). Ushuaia is a small town, really easy to get around on foot. The Yamanas, its first inhabitants, called it Ushuaia which means “protected bay” in their language. Ushuaia was officially incorporated into the Republic of Argentina in 1884, and it soon became a penal colony, in order to establish a permanent Argentine settlement.

 

 

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

 

 

 

Say Hueque tips

 

You’ve got farther than ever in the globe…there are two words you shouldn’t forget: Blake Hake and King Crab. Our Ushuaia Travel Guide will unveil the mystery.

 

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Day 14 – Ushuaia: Trekking & Canoeing in the National Park

 

Today we’ll pick you up to make a 8-10 hour long, moderate difficulty, visit to Tierra del Fuego National Park, just 12 km away from the city and lying on the shore of the famous Channel sailed by Charles Darwin.

 

 

Once at Ensenada Bay, you will have time to enjoy the view over the Beagle Channel before start hiking along the coast. Six kilometers of wild trail await you where you’ll discover native flora and wild fauna. Discover the remains left by the Yamanas, the native inhabitants of the área.

 

 

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 to start a 1 h 30 canoeing trip along Lapataia river (only available for children over 5 years old). Make all the way till Lapataia Bay, where the Panamerican Highway and  National Route 3 ends at an awe-inspiring landscape. After discovering the unique vastness of this forbidding setting, we’ll take you back to your hotel to rest and enjoy another Patagonian evening.

 

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Day 15 – Ushuaia: Beagle Channel Cruise

 

In 1833 Charles Darwin sailed the  Beagle Channel and discover something great. Today is your turn: become another explorer of this channel, primitively named Onashaga Channel since the Onas where its first sailers. You’ll make your way to the tourist pier (at downtown) to embark on a 3 hour long  boat trip  along the famous Channel (there’s a port tax of around 1-2 dollars you’ll
have to pay).

 

You will gain panoramas of Ushuaia Bay where the city lies proudly crowned by the Martial Glacier. Unearth the diverse marine wildlife, such as cormorants (flying birds, closely related to penguins) and fur seals which frolic its time away on Alicia Island. Argentina standing at your left and Chili at your right, you’ll sail this natural border till reach the iconic end-of-the-world lighthouse, the ancient guard of the bay.

 

On your way back, you’ll stop at Bridges Island to walk a wildlife interpretative path, learn about Yaman’s history (the native inhabitants) and see the largest shelly deposits of the region. During the trip, you can enjoy a delicious hot chocolate with cookies or try the mate, the favorite Argentine drink. Once we get back to the port, you can make your way back to your hotel or stop by a local café or brewery to try the amber cream craft beer with a traditional Patagonian appetizer.

 

 

Say Hueque tips

 

Have you ever walk among penguins? If not, Ushuaia is your chance to fulfil that wanderlust dream…you can switch the Beagle Navigation to take the Magellanic Penguin Rookery tour on Martillo Island (from October to April at an additional cost) or add one day in Ushuaia to make both. At Martillo Island you will also see a very rare type of penguin only found in Antarctica: the yellow-crested penguin.

 

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Day 16 – Ushuaia & your Adventure in Argentina comes to an end!

 

Today we’ll take you to the airport or bus station where this travel adventure will come to this end. Don’t be discouraged! You can return whenever you want (we’ll welcome you with open arms) or…continue your trip towards the North area of Argentina, to the beautiful Salta region or the wine area in Mendoza. We have still a lot to offer!—check out our travelers’ favorite trips to Argentina and Chile

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Included

Transfers and tours mentioned in the itinerary

Daily breakfast

Meals according to itinerary: box lunch (day 8), lunch (day 14)

Bilingual guide (English / Spanish).

Round trip bus El Calafate / El Chalten / El Calafate

One way bus Puerto Natales / Punta Arenas.

One way bus Punta Arenas / Ushuaia.

3 night accommodation in a hotel (El Calafate), 4 night accommodation in a hotel (El Chaltén), 1 night accommodation in a hotel (Torres del Paine, Chile), 1 night accommodation in a mountain refugee (Torres del Paine, Chile), 1 night accommodation in a hotel (Puerto Natales, Chile), 1 night accommodation in a hotel (Punta Arenas, Chile), 3 night accommodation in a hotel (Ushuaia).

Not Included

National Park Entrance Fees

International or domestic flights

Please note- while in El Chalten, hiking the mountain trails is a very popular activity. Most trails are clearly marked and well-maintained; however, if you would prefer to be accompanied by a local mountain guide, just let us know and we will be happy to arrange it (cost to be confirmed at the time of booking).

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

 

Accommodation & Prices

HIKING IN PATAGONIA – 16 Days


INN/ B&B

USD 3165

COMFORT

USD 3390

SUPERIOR

USD 3805

*Prices in US Dollars.
*Valid for High Season – from October 2018 until March 2019.

NOTE:
Visiting Chalten is subject to weather conditions during May, June, July, August and September.
(Several transfers & cruises on this trip depend on weather conditions; that’s why the trip runs from November to March).
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.



Flights needed for this itinerary

No flights needed for this trip. Trip starts in El Calafate and finishes in Ushuaia.

Flights in South America cost approximately $100 to $250 USD per segment (destination). We offer special rates on flights for this tailor-made itinerary.

Included

Transfers and tours mentioned in the itinerary

Daily breakfast

Meals according to itinerary: box lunch (day 8), lunch (day 14)

Bilingual guide (English / Spanish).

Round trip bus El Calafate / El Chalten / El Calafate

One way bus Puerto Natales / Punta Arenas.

One way bus Punta Arenas / Ushuaia.

3 night accommodation in a hotel (El Calafate), 4 night accommodation in a hotel (El Chaltén), 1 night accommodation in a hotel (Torres del Paine, Chile), 1 night accommodation in a mountain refugee (Torres del Paine, Chile), 1 night accommodation in a hotel (Puerto Natales, Chile), 1 night accommodation in a hotel (Punta Arenas, Chile), 3 night accommodation in a hotel (Ushuaia).

Not Included

National Park Entrance Fees

International or domestic flights

Please note- while in El Chalten, hiking the mountain trails is a very popular activity. Most trails are clearly marked and well-maintained; however, if you would prefer to be accompanied by a local mountain guide, just let us know and we will be happy to arrange it (cost to be confirmed at the time of booking).

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

 

Trip Reviews

HIKING IN PATAGONIA – 16 Days

Chuck and Jeanne Zimmerman

Chuck and Jeanne Zimmerman

(5 / 5)

We would recommend Say Hueque to anyone (and already have).

Say Hueque provided us with a customized itinerary with hotels that exactly matched our request for a mix of sight-seeing in Argentina and hiking in Patagonia (Argentina and Chile). All travel arrangements and tours were pre-arranged for hotel and airport (international and domestic) pick-ups and drop-offs, and these services were right on time and provided by very pleasant and helpful staff. The hotels were great and many of them had excellent restaurants that made it easy to enjoy the local cuisine. Especially memorable were Fierro Hotel (Eco Restaurant), Estancia Helsingfors and Las Torres Hotel.

Given that we did not want to be part of a larger tour group (12-16 people), this approach worked best for us. The booking staff (Lucia and Yuna) and our in-country hostess (Ursula) were all available prior to and during our trip, which made this “bucket-list” 18-day vacation very easy for us at a more-than-competitive cost.

We would recommend Say Hueque to anyone (and already have).

Chuck and Jeanne Zimmerman


01.09.18

Amad Doratotaj

Amad Doratotaj

(4 / 5)

Every day was fun and loaded with new experiences.

Hi there Patricia... I did enjoy my trip and happily will provide recommendations.

I think I first heard about your company through Trip Advisor.
The more I interacted with Silvia, during my research and fact-finding, the more I became comfortable with your company. She was excellent support during those early days of planning. I'm sorry to hear she is no longer with your company - I hope it was a mutually agreed separation.

Every day was fun and loaded with new experiences.

Of the hotels I enjoyed Los Cuernos most because the environment and staff were very casual, relaxed and fun to be with.
The excursions were all good and different. But, I love mountains most.

There were definitely some disconnect and miscommunication for our last day departing the Paine Lodge. We were told to expect to see people waiting for us at the other end of the lake (boat ride) -- no one was there and after hours of waiting around and asking from every bus driver and passenger and restaurant workers, TOTALLY concern that we had no way of getting out of there, we finally had our bus and three other bus exchanges before arriving at El Calafate. And we also were given vouchers by your partner at Puerto Natales to go from there back to Puerto Natales, which was not correct and at the time we did not know and we had to guess which instruction to follow. That all ended up being hours of stress and concern al MANY levels.


21.12.17

Nila Bhaumik

Nila Bhaumik

(5 / 5)

The trip was fabulous!

Dear Marcela,

Thank you for the email. I have already reviewed Say Hueque on trip advisor on the general site, will add comments to the forum too.

I first learned about Say Hueque from the Internet - reviews and trip advisor.

I decided to travel with you because of your promptness in response, ease of working, good customer service and a good price. Seamless experience - everything was flawless and we did not have to worry.

My favorite hotel is Don Los Cerros at El Chalten - very nice hotel, luxurious, superb location and views, spa - hot tub, good service.

The best excursion was to Laguna De los tres - amazing trek up - difficult but exhilarating - worth the effort once we reached the top.

The trip was fabulous!


02.12.17

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Chuck and Jeanne Zimmerman

We would recommend Say Hueque to anyone (and already have).

Amad Doratotaj

Every day was fun and loaded with new experiences.

Nila Bhaumik

The trip was fabulous!

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