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Glacier Trekking in Patagonia: Viedma vs Perito Moreno

Glacier Trekking in Patagonia: Viedma vs Perito Moreno
There are few places in the world that offer such easy access to glaciers as Patagonia. With some of the largest glaciers in the world the fact that you can boat to, fly over, and even walk on these glaciers is incredible. Glacier trekking is a unique way to see these forces of nature from an entirely different vantage point. In Argentina, there ar...
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Exploring Undiscovered Patagonia: The Aysen

Exploring Undiscovered Patagonia: The Aysen
​"In parks…we recontact both certainty and uncertainty, the permeant and the changing, the stable and the spontaneous, the predictable and the novel. More philosophically put: we confront order and chaos. We go wild; we go where the Earth is still wild." – Holmes Rolston II When you hear Patagonia, what do you think of? Most people will say th...
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A Fun Family Adventure in Patagonia

A Fun Family Adventure in Patagonia
The Eden family came to us with a request - they wanted to visit their son Dan in South America. Dan had spent the last few months traveling around Chile and the rest of the family decided there was no time like the present! With just a month of time to plan we discussed a few options and a custom trip to Patagonia won out (as it often does). The E...
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Chile Named World's Best Adventure Destination

Chile Named World's Best Adventure Destination
​The World Travel Awards named Chile the world's hottest adventure travel destination for 2016. For those who have chosen to travel to Chile, this shouldn't come as a surprise. For those who haven't been, this long and narrow country offers a dizzying array of activities for those who love adventure. You can stargaze in the drie...
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LATAM Now Flying Direct to Puerto Natales

LATAM Now Flying Direct to Puerto Natales
With a new flight route direct from Santiago to Puerto Natales, the wonders of Chilean Patagonia and Torres del Paine are more accessible than ever. CN Traveler says: It's never really been easy to visit the 935-square-mile Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia, but that's part of what makes tens of thousands of travelers every year endure over 20 hours of travel (each way!) just to see it. This park, all pristine mountains and lakes carved by glaciers, is one of world's great natural wonders and, from this December, it'll be easier to reach than ever before. The South American airline LATAM is set to revive a rare route from Santiago, Chile to Teniente Julio Gallardo Airport in Puerto Natales, the airport nearest Torres del Paine. The airport has spent the last few years catering to private aviation, making it a destination out of reach for the majority of travelers. The...
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