11 Days | 10 Nights – Argentina
The Provincial Route 41 that joins Los Antiguos to the south with Lake Posadas passing by changing landscapes of forest, steppe, high pasture and Cordillera. The Provincial Route 43 that joins Perito Moreno with Los Antiguos bordering the second largest lake in South America that is shared with Chile to reach the marble Chapels. The National Route 40, the most emblematic of the routes, allows us to reach El Chalten and the iconic Perito Moreno Glacier as the closing of this journey.
What’s in Patagonia Argentina Park?
Three Scenic Routes recognized by the beauty of their landscapes: the provincial routes 41 and 43 and the emblematic National Route 40, famous for crossing Argentina from north to south. Among the variety of landscapes offered, we highlight the following:
When to go?
Due to climatic reasons it is advisable to organize your trip for the period between the months of November and April.
What to bring?
Warm clothes, something that is not spared in Patagonia, but in this adventure we suggest you not to forget binoculars and camera since the sighting is as much part of the trip as the landscapes.
Why choose our fixed departures?
In addition to their design taking care of factors such as height, we offer a series of benefits where the details command: guaranteed departures, small groups (maximum 16 pax), guaranteed monolingual service from 6 passengers, early check in Buenos Aires on the day of arrival (Day 1), tango class 1 hour before the dinner show and a navigation by one of the arms of Lake Rico, which will allow you to admire the Perito Moreno Glacier from a different perspective!
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Costs exclude all international and domestic flights, tips, services not mentioned in the itinerary or the inclusions.