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from USD$ 6,961 / 13 days


Day 1: Arrive in Buenos Aires – Half-Day City Tour
Day 2: Buenos Aires – Bariloche – Half-Day Bariloche Scenic Tour
Day 3: Bariloche – Hiking & Kayaking Experience in Nahuel Huapi & Moreno Lakes
Day 4: Bariloche – Villa la Angostura Discovery & Boat Trip
Day 5: Bariloche – El Calafate – 4×4 Adventure
Day 6: El Calafate – Mini-trek on the Perito Moreno Glacier
Day 7: El Calafate – Estancia Cristina Classic Experience
Day 8: El Calafate – Ushuaia
Day 9: Ushuaia – Gable Island & Penguin Colony with Harberton Ranch
Day 10: Ushuaia – Trekking & Paddling in the Tierra del Fuego National Park
Day 11: Ushuaia – Buenos Aires – Asado Course Dining Experience
Day 12: Buenos Aires – Delta Tigre & Northern Buenos Aires Tour
Day 13: Departure from Buenos Aires


Welcome to a journey of breathtaking natural beauty and cultural richness in Argentina Patagonia. On this trip, you’ll experience some of the highlights of southern Argentina including the towns and cities of Bariloche, Calafate, Ushuaia, and Buenos Aires. From the serene lakes and majestic glaciers of Patagonia to the bustling streets of Buenos Aires, Argentina’s diversity promises you an unforgettable experience.

Starting in Bariloche, you’ll explore the Andes’ natural beauty and pristine lakes. Calafate offers the awe-inspiring Perito Moreno Glacier, a natural wonder that seems frozen in time, while Ushuaia beckons with rugged and dramatic landscapes of Tierra del Fuego National Park. Hike along glaciers, paddle, navigate, and marvel at the icy and patagonic landscapes that define this region. Finally, Buenos Aires will enchant you with its European flair, tango culture, and culinary delights.

Join us on this unforgettable journey through southern Argentina’s diverse landscapes and iconic cities, where every moment becomes a new adventure.

Itinerary Details

Your adventure begins in Buenos Aires, a vibrant city where you’ll be met by your driver at the international airport. They will take you to the Palo Santo Hotel, nestled in the heart of Palermo Hollywood. This trendy neighborhood got its name from the production companies and TV channels that have called it home since the 19th century. Today, it’s a culinary hotspot, offering everything from fine dining to casual cafes, wine bars, and breweries.

In the afternoon, embark on a private half-day city tour of Buenos Aires. Explore various neighborhoods, from historical districts to lively areas and lush green parks. Visit iconic sites like the Metropolitan Cathedral, Plaza de Mayo, Recoleta Cemetery, and the Palermo neighborhood. On the way, you’ll learn about the city’s traditions and secrets, as well as its notable figures like Carlos Gardel, Evita, and Maradona. If there’s anything you would particularly like to see, just mention it to your guide who can adapt the tour to your preferences!

In the evening, you’ll have free time to savor the city and dine at a local restaurant. Just ask for a recommendation from your guide or venture out to explore independently.

Meals: (no meals)


Hotel: Hotel Palo Santo

Today you’ll head down to the beautiful Lake District of Argentine Patagonia. After breakfast, your driver will take you to the domestic airport of Buenos Aires to take your flight to Bariloche.

In the afternoon, you’ll get to explore the heart of this lakeside cityembark on a sightseeing tour in the stunning natural areas surrounding Bariloche. Be amazed by unique and breathtaking vistas of Lake Nahuel Huapi, Mount Tronador, and Victoria Island. Reach the summit of Cerro Campanario for incredible views of the Andes and the vast blue lakes of the region. You’ll also be able to enjoy light hikes at Llao Llao Nature Reserve and gain insights into the area’s remarkable flora and fauna from a local expert.

With this introduction to Bariloche, you’ll return to the hotel for a well-deserved rest.


Meals: Breakfast
Difficulty: Easy


Hotel: Lirolay Suites

Early in the morning, join our local guide for a great kayaking adventure at López Bay, northern Patagonia.

After a safety and kayak gear briefing, you’ll get to paddle the beautiful Nahuel Huapi and Moreno Lakes, discovering hidden bays that lie around the shores of the lake. You’ll paddle for about an hour and a half at a pleasant rhythm with some breaks to rest and soak up the impressive landscapes.

For lunch, you can enjoy a sophisticated picnic, paired with local wines, by the lake in a secluded bay. Explore on foot “Miradores del Brazo Tristeza”, with breathtaking views of Mount Tronador, the lake and the impressive Andean landscape.

Your final stop of the day will show you the beauty of Bariloche and the Lake District in all its glory. You’ll make a stop at a Panoramic Viewpoint “Punto Panorámico”, overlooking Lake Nahuel Huapi that you just kayaked on and Victoria Island, with a backdrop of the Andean mountain range.

You’ll return to the hotel late in the afternoon to rest and sample the nearby restaurants for a delicious dinner!


Meals: Breakfast & Gourmet Picnic Lunch
Difficulty: Intermediate (no previous experience necessary)


Hotel: Lirolay Suites

Today, you’ll go on a unique journey to discover the main attractions of Villa la Angostura. This small, picturesque mountain village sits at the foot of Cerro Bayo and Nahuel Huapi Lake, surrounded by native Andean forests, lagoons, and rivers.

You will cross the cerulean waters of Nahuel Huapi Lake boarding a comfortable catamaran, while you’ll see promising picturesque views and experience a sense of tranquility. The highlights of this expedition are a series of gentle but truly unforgettable hikes through the hallowed grounds of the Arrayanes Forest, where ancient trees – some as old as 600 years – stand as silent witnesses to centuries of history.

Guided by local experts whose passion for the region is infectious, you’ll gain profound insights into the rich tapestry of Patagonia’s Lake District. They will unravel the stories of the land’s flora, fauna, and history, connecting you intimately with the remarkable environment you are exploring. Villa la Angostura, with its natural beauty and local wisdom, promises an extraordinary and enlightening experience that will linger in your memories for years to come.


Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Difficulty: Easy


Hotel: Lirolay Suites

Today you’ll head south to start your adventure in El Calafate, the magnificent land of glaciers. Following breakfast, your driver will transport you to the domestic airport in Bariloche where you’ll catch your flight to El Calafate.

Upon your arrival in Patagonia, after settling and checking in at the hotel, get ready to commence a 4×4 expedition along the Lake Argentino Coast. This journey will take you to the cliff lookout point, granting you the opportunity to appreciate the breathtaking panoramic views of the lake and the grandeur of the Andes mountains.

Having taken in the view, you will head down to the lakeshore, immersing yourself in the rich history of indigenous native people in a protected archaeological site that preserves the cave paintings These enduring cultures have left their indelible marks on the rocks, offering a captivating journey through time. The experience culminates within a cave, where a dinner will transport you back to those distant eras.

After this enthralling adventure and rewarding day, you will be taken back to your hotel.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Difficulty: Easy


Hotel: Hotel Los Ponchos

In the early morning, your journey will commence towards Los Glaciares National Park, where you’ll witness the astonishing Perito Moreno Glacier.

This unique glacier is renowned for its cyclical growth and retreat, making it one of the world’s largest and best-preserved glaciers. The incredible thing about this glacier is that it’s still advancing, showcasing its breathtaking beauty.

You’ll have the chance to fully immerse yourself in the majesty of this ‘King of the Glaciers’ from various points. One of these is actually from on top of the ice as you walk on the glacier. The ice walk lasts about 1.5 hours, allowing you to closely observe the glacier’s formations. Afterward, you’ll return through the forest alongside the glacier and be driven back to your hotel.

*This activity has a strict age restriction: 8 to 65 years old. If you are older or traveling with younger members, please ask our team for an alternative, but just as exciting, excursion.

Meals: Breakfast & Box Lunch
Difficulty: Intermediate


Hotel: Hotel Los Ponchos

On your second full day in El Calafate, you’ll embark on a guided visit to the iconic Estancia Cristina, nestled in the heart of Glaciers National Park. Accessible only by boat, this remote ranch is surrounded by over 3,000 square miles of rugged Patagonian wilderness. During the 30-mile boat journey across Lake Argentino, you’ll pass the breathtaking Upsala Glacier and its icebergs.

Upon arriving at Estancia Cristina, you’ll hike through the semi-arid ecotone, passing by Los Perros waterfall and exploring the valley surrounding the ranch. As you ascend through ñire forests, you’ll reach a viewpoint offering panoramic views from Lake Argentino to Lake Pearson.

After the hike, visit the ‘Costumbrista’ Museum in an old shearing shed to learn about the Masters family’s pioneering history and adventures in Patagonia. You can learn more about the history and culture of this magical place as you explore the Caterina River, waterwheel, chapel, and other key areas of the Estancia.

To conclude, you’ll retrace your steps by boat, returning to Puerto Banderas and continuing on to your hotel.

Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Difficulty: Intermediate


Hotel: Hotel Los Ponchos

Today you’ll fly over to one of the most southern cities in the world. Upon arrival in Ushuaia, your private transfer will take you to your hotel.

Ushuaia, often referred to as the “End of the World,” is a captivating destination located at the southernmost tip of Argentina and the whole of South America. Nestled between the rugged Andes mountains and the icy waters of the Beagle Channel, this enchanting city is the capital of Tierra del Fuego province and offers a unique blend of natural beauty and history.

You will have the afternoon at leisure to settle in, enjoy the hotel and immerse yourself in the local vibes of this austral city.


Meals: Breakfast


Hotel: Hotel Tierra de Leyendas

On your first full day in Ushuaia, embark on a captivating journey to the remote and serene Harberton Ranch, the first “estancia” in Tierra del Fuego. This action-packed day promises exploration, a scenic boat trip, walks, and captivating discoveries in one of the most rugged and stunning corners of the Beagle Channel.

Your day begins with a departure from the hotel, heading eastward along National Route No. 3 and Route “J.” Upon reaching Harberton Ranch, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the Marine Mammal Museum and the historic surroundings of one of Tierra del Fuego’s earliest European settlements.

Next, embark on a motorboat adventure to Martillo Island, where you’ll have the chance to observe penguins in their natural breeding habitat. The boat continues its journey to the day’s highlight: the expansive Gable Island, where you’ll savor a delicious Patagonian lunch paired with local wine, soft drinks, and mineral water.

Following a rejuvenating coffee break, embark on a hike to delve deeper into the island’s natural beauty. You’ll traverse beaver dams and meander through lush forests, eventually reaching the tranquil shores of the Beagle Channel. From there, a boat ride will take you back to Puerto Harberton, to finally return to Ushuaia to conclude your memorable day

Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Difficulty: Intermediate


Hotel: Hotel Tierra de Leyendas

Today, you’ll get to visit the Tierra del Fuego National Park, located at the southernmost tip of South America, which offers a glimpse into the stunning natural beauty of austral Patagonia. This national park is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, nature lovers, and anyone seeking an authentic wilderness experience.

You’ll embark on a 6-mile journey to reach the park and then hike along a scenic 4-mile coastal path, offering constant contact with nature and breathtaking views of lakes, the sea, and mountains. Following the hike, enjoy a hot lunch with panoramic views inside a heated dome-tent near Acigami Lake or Roca Lake by the Lapataia River.

Afterward, you’ll don rubber boots, overpants, and life jackets for a downstream canoe excursion from Lake Acigami along Lapataia River, eventually reaching Lapataia Bay. This 1-hour paddle concludes the tour at the southern end of National Route Nº 3, weather permitting.

From there, you will be driven back to your hotel, ending another incredible day in Argentine Patagonia.


Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Difficulty: Intermediate


Hotel: Hotel Tierra de Leyendas

After a rewarding and complete stay, you will return to Buenos Aires to continue exploring the city. At the agreed time, our driver will pick you up to go to Ushuaia Airport to catch your flight to Buenos Aires.

In the evening, prepare for a closed-door gastronomic asado experience. This culinary adventure aims to introduce you to the finest aspects of the Argentine asado while offering innovative presentations of traditional meat cuts. The setting is extraordinary, with guests seated at a bar surrounding a specially-crafted grill.

The tasting menu blends modern grilling techniques with time-honored Argentine recipes, elevating the asado experience to new levels. To enhance the flavors of each dish, a selection of premium local wines will be paired with them, creating a truly immersive – and delicious – dining experience.

After the dinner concludes, you will be driven back to your hotel.


Meals: Breakfast & Dinner with paired premium wines


Hotel: Hotel Palo Santo

Today, you’ll have the opportunity to explore a different facet of Buenos Aires and one of our favorite spots. After experiencing the southernmost point of the continent, you’ll venture into the enchanting Parana Delta, a realm of subtropical rainforests comprising myriad islands and islets, where you can truly connect with the natural world in a unique setting.

You’ll depart from Buenos Aires city and head north to the greater Buenos Aires region in search of the Delta’s picturesque landscapes and islands. You’ll gain insight into the distinctive lifestyle of the “isleños,” the island dwellers, as you learn about their traditions, culture, and daily routines. Along the way, you’ll also encounter elegant residences nestled in the residential districts of the northern suburbs. Keep an eye out for the impressive cathedral in the San Isidro neighborhood, too!

On the way back to Buenos Aires city, you will pass next to the Presidential Residence (Quinta de Olivos), where all the Argentinian Presidents used to live during their tenure.

After this enriching experience, you’ll return to your hotel to rest for the evening.

Meals: Breakfast


Hotel: Hotel Palo Santo

You’ve reached the end of this journey exploring Argentina’s most remarkable Patagonia beauties. Following breakfast and after checking out, your driver will be ready to transport you to the airport. If your flight departs later in the day, you can conveniently leave your luggage at the hotel reception and continue exploring the city until your scheduled airport transfer.

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Land Portion Pricing: Group of 2 people

Price per person
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* Please note that international and domestic flights are not included in this price. Price based on double occupancy.


  • Accommodation as listed in the itinerary or similar
  • Activities mentioned in the itinerary
  • Meals as listed above

Not included

  • International and national flights
  • Travel Insurance
  • PCR or antigen tests
  • Voluntary gratuities
  • Personal use items
  • Any other item (food, drinks, activities) not mentioned in the itinerary


Duration: 13 days

Price: from USD$ 6,961 / person

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