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A Guide to El Calafate

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El Calafate is most famous as the gateway to the Perito Moreno glacier. Located 80km from town, the Perito Moreno draws all manner of visitors to the area and El Calafate is the logical hub for exploration. With the growing popularity of the glacier El Calafate has been transformed from a quaint town to a chic and bustling summer getaway in th...
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Into the Wilds of Patagonia: Estancia Cristina

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Travelers come to Patagonia looking for adventure. For wild, rugged landscapes that showcase the power of nature and not of man. The beauty of Patagonia is that you can still find that here. Sure, there are cities and glaciers that receive over 100,000 visitors a year but there are still those hidden corners where you can gaze in awe at the beauty ...
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Top 10 Eco-Lodges/Camps for Adventurers

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Ecolodges and safari camps are an oasis for nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers. They are often where you connect deeply to the places and people you visit. Drawing from over 30 years of adventure travel, we have curated this exclusive selection of guest accommodations offering some of our favorite 'Wild Style' experiences in pristine habitats t...
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The Best Hotels in Torres del Paine

The Best Hotels in Torres del Paine
Patagonia is rugged nature in its wildest form with immense spaces, jagged peaks, and pristine rivers. Trips to Patagonia offer the best of our natural world so it's only fitting that your base for exploration be the best as well. Check out our favorite accommodation options in Torres del Paine below. Yurt Style Staying at an eco yurt cam...
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