11 days from £1,575
Patagonia isn’t just wind-buffeted grassland and ice caps. In Argentina, this huge region embraces the pastures, dark forests and snow-smothered volcanoes of the lake district and, further south, the desert, turquoise lagoons and towering glaciers in the Los Glaciares National Park. The two areas are easily linked by air, and both offer a range of exciting excursions and outdoor activities which you can book with us before you leave or locally. The choice is yours, in this holiday for the independent-minded visitor.
We've chosen our favourite places, excursions and hotels, all of which have been enthusiastically enjoyed by our clients. Our benchmarks are high: a "standard" option doesn't mean low quality or dull, however.
You can view this option and, if you are happy with it, we welcome you to make a booking request online. But as with all our holidays for individuals it is flexible: if you'd like to tweak the trip a bit, perhaps choose different hotels, or add in an extra place or visit or excursion, please contact us and one of our specialist consultants will help you come up with your perfect holiday.
Holiday ItineraryDay 1: Transfer to hotel in Buenos Aires. At leisure.
Days 2,3: Walking/bike tour. At leisure.
Day 4: Fly to Bariloche in the lake district, 3 nights.
Day 5: Scenic drive in the lake district, northern Patagonia.
Day 6: At leisure in the lake district, northern Patagonia.
Day 7: Fly to El Calafate, southern Patagonia, 3 nights.
Day 8: Excursion to Perito Moreno Glacier.
Day 9: At leisure in the Los Glaciares National Park
Day 10: Fly to Buenos Aires.
Day 11: Transfer to airport.
The price quoted above excludes the cost of international flights. If you choose to book your holiday online, you have the option of including flights, the cost of which will be added to your holiday itinerary
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You might consider hiring a car while you are in Bariloche to explore the gorgeous countryside: Journey Latin America can arrange this for you.
David Nichols, Product Manager
Journey Latin America’s experienced Travel Consultant Lina Fuller, who adores Argentina, offers her tips on how to get the best out of a couple of free days in the sophisticated multi-layered capital Buenos Aires
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See our guide to a good meal in the wilderness, first published in Papagaio magazine, compiled by our travel consultant Sophie Barber.
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The lake district, Argentina
Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina
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