Enjoying the end of the world
Patagonia provides a setting to stir the heart of adrenaline-loving adventurers and soulful wilderness lovers alike. Think calving glaciers, penguin-peppered ice fields, and remote island expeditions across waters breached by giant blue whales. There are gorgeously empty landscapes stalked discreetly by puma, plus snow-capped peaks and alpine valleys patrolled from above by graceful condors. Imposing volcanoes jostle with fjords more wild than any in Norway.
But don't think of it as a harsh land. Patagonia is big on southern hospitality and cosy lodges too, serving up delicious meals and full-bodied wines to warm your cockles and up the recharge levels after a brilliant day's exploration.
Don't rush either. Patagonia is big but that just means you have a chance to take your time getting beneath the skin of its wild beauty. Hiking is one of the best ways to appreciate its epic scale and unforgettable ambience, whether a single day at a time or multi-day treks. Discover a land beneath your feet – and at the end of the world.