Ride through Chile with the Greatest Gaucho on Earth

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Take a deep breath, relax into the saddle and let your horse guide you through an enchanting meadow with snowcapped mountains towering overhead. Your guide rides ahead of you, his wide sombrero sitting firmly on his head, shielding him from the bright sunlight, while his woven poncho flaps in the breeze. Without a...
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Explore Easter Island: The Most Remote Inhabited Place on Earth

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Chile is a country that, from north to south, reaches over 4,300 kilometers in a narrow strip of land between the rugged Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Such a great expanse gives way to an array of privileged landscapes - beginning with the planet's most arid desert, transitioning through a fertile central valley, down through a land of lak...
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Wildland Adventures Supports Conservacion Patagonica

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Wildland Adventures was founded on the principle that culturally and environmentally responsible travel can be a powerful force for change . Tourism should contribute to conservation and benefit local communities. All trips with Wildland Adventures include a donation by which our travelers can support local conservation initiatives and small-scale ...
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5 Reasons to Travel to Patagonia in the Shoulder Seasons

5 Reasons to Travel to Patagonia in the Shoulder Seasons
​ Patagonia weather is infamous. It's the definition of unpredictable and Patagonia's display of raw natural power is part of what draws people to this remote and rugged area. A question we often get is: " when is the best time to travel to Patagonia? What time of year is the weather best? " The summer months are often touted as the best time of ye...
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A Honeymoon to Remember in Chile and Patagonia

A Honeymoon to Remember in Chile and Patagonia
​The Carolans got married in September and decided that our Epic Chile Adventure was just the way to start off their lives together! They customized the itinerary by adding trips to the wine region outside Santiago and Argentinian Patagonia on top of the Atacama desert, Torres del Paine, and Santiago. It was truly an epic trip to start off what we'...
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