Tour of Patagonia, El Calafate & Torres del Paine

A five day tailor made journey taking in the dramatic landscapes of southern Argentina and Chile, with biking, hiking and glacier viewing included.
El Calafate Perito Moreno Glacier Torres del Paine National Park Hiking and biking
US $765ToUS $1045 excluding flights
Convert currency:
5 Days
Argentina, Chile, Patagonia
Tailor made
More info
Prices per person, based on double occupancy.
Valid until April 2023 (not for Christmas-New Year) Single rates and upgrades available on request.
Flights can also be arranged on request. Tour subject to weather conditions in winter.
Make enquiry

Description of Tour of Patagonia, El Calafate & Torres del Paine

Patagonia evokes images of massive glaciers, rugged mountains and wide open, star-lit skies. El Calafate, Perito Moreno Glacier and Torres Del Paine National Park represent the most stunning natural landscapes of Argentina and Chile. Tour Perito Moreno Glacier and Torres Del Paine and enjoy this true Patagonia adventure that discovers the best of Argentina and Chile.

Price information

US $765ToUS $1045 excluding flights
Convert currency:
Prices per person, based on double occupancy.
Valid until April 2023 (not for Christmas-New Year) Single rates and upgrades available on request.
Flights can also be arranged on request. Tour subject to weather conditions in winter.
Make enquiry

Departure information

This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements

Travel guides

A Patagonia holiday stirs the heart of every red-blooded adventurer. The promise of calving glaciers, of penguin-peppered ice fields, of remote island...
“Although this was a town with a main street and a railway station, and people with dogs and electric lights it was near enough to the end of the eart...


4 Reviews of Tour of Patagonia, El Calafate & Torres del Paine

4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed on 07 Mar 2020 by

Great!.....The most memorable part of the holiday was the Torres Del Paine excursion. Read full review

Reviewed on 14 May 2018 by

The most memorable moment was the Perito Moreno glacier trip. Excellent trip. Read full review

Reviewed on 12 Apr 2017 by

Visiting patagonia was a long held dream. It lived up to my expectations from an cultural and environmental point of view. The Patagonian step has presence like no other i have experienced in many years of travel. Read full review

Reviewed on 29 Apr 2015 by

I loved traveling around Patagonia, visiting blue and greenish blue lakes, the steppes, the glaciers, the snow capped mountains, the unusual wildlife. For me, Patagonia was pure magic. Read full review

Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.


As a locally owned Argentine business, we strive to operate all of our tours in a responsible manner. We work with local tour operators, tour guides and properties to ensure that they understand the importance of protecting the environment as it is a finite resource that, if managed properly, can provide economic benefit to the local community.

We follow all local environmental laws and legislation, and work with local partners that minimally impact the natural surroundings to ensure that we protect the national parks and destinations that we visit for future generations.

National Park entrance fees are paid directly to the national parks by the clients to ensure that they directly support the parks´ maintenance and preservation.

During our trekking tours with overnight camping in a national park, local or wilderness site, we aim to minimize waste by using products with minimum packaging, leaving no litter behind, keeping all water sources clean and leave the camp sites cleaner than we found them. At the core of this effort is the desire to leave no trace behind and to minimize our impact on the beautiful lands that we visit.

We are working to keep our operations green and are utilizing web/e-communication to reduce paper consumption. We have taken the decision to no longer produce 75 page printed brochures and focus on web/e-communications. We utilize low energy lightbulbs in our offices, recycle paper/glass and try to minimize our water consumption. We also reduce our plastic bottle waste by providing refillable large water coolers. Additionally, we are constantly assessing our operations to see how we may partner with and support local communities, NGOs, wilderness areas, regional and national parks that we visit.


As an Argentine owned travel business, we understand the importance of supporting our local partners during both the good times and the bad times. By partnering with locally owned hotels, activity providers, guides, restaurants and properties over the years, we not only ensure a high level of quality and that our clients' needs are satisfied, but we also develop long term relationships with local business owners and help them plan and prepare for the busy and slow times of the year. And this also helps our clients to better experience the local culture.

We hire local guides and pay them a solid wage (which is generally higher than the local average). We also train our guides and cover the associated costs with the training program.

We prefer small, family run operations to ensure that we help sustain the community economy, and actively seek them out rather than using international chains.

We donate each month to the Argentine not-for-profit organization, “Por los Chicos” and our support benefits poor and vulnerable street children in Argentina.

In addition, we also share our ethos of cultural and environmental respect with our local partners. Be it a small hotel, mountain lodge, kayak or hiking guide/outfitter, we ensure that they work their best to incorporate environmental and culturally sensitive best practice in their operations, so as to benefit the diverse communities in which we operate.

On this trip in particular, we work closely with the local Patagonian communities near Torres del Paine and Calafate, and in our pre-departure materials (and on tour) we recommend local cafes, restaurants and shops to ensure that our clients support the local businesses. In addition, we hire certified and local Argentine mountain guides to ensure that those clients interested in guided hiking will have the best local leaders available.

We also work closely with our local, family owned partners to ensure that we visit these pristine environments.

Popular similar holidays

Small group adventure holiday to Patagonia

Small group adventure holiday to Patagonia

From £4254 20 days excluding flights

Explore the spectacular wilderness and mountains of Patagonia

Patagonia highlights holiday

Patagonia highlights holiday

From £4999 - £5849 15 days including UK flights

Explore the wild, mountainous south of Argentina and Chile

Chile and Argentina tour

Chile and Argentina tour

From £2595 14 days including domestic flights only

Santiago, Lake District, Patagonia, Glaciers & Buenos Aires