Patagonia Travel Tips

Trips to Torres del Paine

By Viator, August 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 16 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

The views on the open steppe of Patagonia, carved by glaciers and wind that pushes trees into gnarled forms are only part of what inspire people to visit Chile’s Torres del Paine. Diminutive trees ...  Read more

3 Days in Patagonia: Suggested Itineraries

By Viator, May 2014

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 5 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

At the southern terminus of the Panamerican Highway, a fantastic, glacier-carved realm of natural beauty begins. This is the gateway to Antarctica, guarded by sharp-toothed granite peaks and ...  Read more

When to Go to Patagonia

By Paige , Nicaragua, December 2012

As South America narrows to a slender cone, pointing the way toward icy Antarctica, the climate and landscape change dramatically. Rather than the lush tropical rainforest of the Amazon or arid ...  Read more

Patagon Journal, A New Bilingual Magazine Covering the Chilean Patagonia

By Paige , Nicaragua, September 2011

International tourism to Chile’s spectacular slice of Patagonia is on the rise, and there’s a brand-new bilingual magazine covering the region. It’s operated by respected travel writer and ...  Read more

Things to do in Puerto Montt, Chile

By esmith , March 2013

Puerto Montt is the last city in continental Chile before a series of islands and fjords take over. It is the jumping-off point to Chiloé, with its iconic wooden churches and the starting point ...  Read more

Visit Chiloé, Chile's Largest Island

By esmith , December 2012

Chiloé is the large island about two thirds of the way down skinny Chile . Chiloé is the largest of the islands that break off the continent at that point, and is often referred to in ...  Read more

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