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How to Include Parque Patagonia in Your Chile Itinerary

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 "May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds." —Edward Abbey  In January 2018 Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President and CEO of Tompkins Conservation, signed the decrees creating Pumalín National Park a...
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Patagonia Review: "This trip deepened our desire to do more of this kind of travel."

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The Yarkins customized our Best of Patagonia trip and it sounds like it lived up to all their expectations... and more!  "We love traveling, particularly to beautiful natural wonders and we really wanted to see and hike in Patagonia. When I started looking into this trip I went online and was overwhelmed with all the info, so I ...
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Alternative Options for Exploring the Glaciers of Los Glaciares National Park

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The Perito Moreno Glacier is incredibly impressive. Considered an 8th natural wonder of the world, there are few glaciers this large and this active that people can get close to. At over 3 miles (5 km) in width, the glacier reaches heights of 240 feet above the surface of Lago Argentino. What you can see is just a tiny part of the gl...
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10 Reasons Why Chile's Trending in 2018

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Chile was recently named the top country to visit in 2018 by Lonely Planet and we couldn't agree more. The longest, thinnest country in the world, this sliver of land is sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes mountain range and spans over half of South America. Chile boasts a tremendous amount of geographic...
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Iconic Creatures of Patagonia: What, When, and Where to to See Them

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Andean Condor The Andean condor is the most iconic of all Patagonia creatures. It plays a huge role in the folklore of South America and is the national symbol of Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. With a wingspan of over 10 feet, these massive birds are often seen circling in the sky, perhaps ...
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