Patagonia

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Known as the end of the world, Patagonia invites you to explore the southernmost towns and cities on Earth. Surrounded by mountains, forests, ice fields, islands, fjords and rivers, you can be assured that there is something for everyone. The astonishing nature is, without a doubt, some of the most spectacular scenery that you will ever witness.

The oldest cultures from the region were once nomads, known as Yaganes. These people traveled in canoes through the Straits of Magellan, carrying fire with them wherever they went. This is one of the reasons why the Darwin Mountain Range is also known as Tierra del Fuego (Land of Fire).

Torres del Paine, the most famous place of the area, is a natural park, albeit a bitterly cold one in winter, where you can experience an endless list of activities, including bird watching, seeing glaciers, sailing, trekking, climbing and kayaking.