Private Expedition: Patagonia
The wilds of Patagonia stretch from the ice fields of Argentina to the fjords of Chile, spanning twisted granite peaks, sweeping steppe, and pristine glacial valleys. On a variety of excursions by foot, horseback, and 4x4, take in the region’s most spectacular scenery, from the imposing spires of Monte Fitz Roy and the Paine Massif to the calving Perito Moreno Glacier and its iceberg-dotted laguna. Delve deeper into these unspoiled landscapes to discover hidden turquoise lakes and rushing waterfalls, and get to know the culture of the horsemen who call Patagonia home.
- Join a private guide for a hike beneath the iconic Fitz Roy Massif in Argentina's Los Glaciares National Park.
- Stay at the stunning Tierra Patagonia, a National Geographic Unique Lodge of the World located on the edge of Torres del Paine National Park.
- Observe the powerful calving of the Perito Moreno Glacier.
- Visit a working estancia, or ranch, to meet gauchos and learn about their everyday life in Chilean Patagonia.
Available through April 2017
National Geographic Private Expeditions are specially crafted itineraries designed for independent travelers that combines guided excursions, fascinating insights into culture and wildlife, and top accommodations. Simply select a trip and decide whom you’d like to travel with and when you want to travel. We’ll take care of the rest.
Note: Private Expeditions can be arranged to fit into your schedule. You choose your desired departure date, and we'll make all the arrangements. Contact your Virtuoso Travel Advisor for more details.