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Discover the best of Patagonia’s phenomenal beauty on an unforgettable 13-day tour. Set out from El Calafate to explore stunning natural landscapes in both Argentina and Chile: iconic places like Los Glaciares National Park, Torres del Paine and Tierra del Fuego. Embark on day-long guided tours and choose from a variety of activites such as glacier-climbing and mountain hikes. Marvel at Perito Moreno Glacier and its towering ice walls, canoe along the Lapataia River and enjoy ample free time. The tour concludes in Ushuaia and includes lodging throughout.


  • 13-day Patagonia adventure tour from El Calafate to Ushuaia
  • See the best of Patagonia in both Argentina and Chile!
  • Visit Los Glaciares National Park, Torres del Paine National Park and Tierra del Fuego National Park with your expert guide
  • Admire Perito Moreno Glacier up close on a boat ride
  • Go canoeing on the Lapataia River
  • Take a Beagle Channel cruise to spot fur seals and sea birds
  • Enjoy free days in El Calafate and El Chalten to explore on your own
  • 12 nights of accommodation with daily breakfasts included

What You Can Expect

13-Day Best of Patagonia Tour from El Calafate to Ushuaia: Los Glaciares, Torres del Paine and Tierra del Fuego National Parks

Perito Moreno Glacier


Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

We loved our trip. Everything was prepared perfectly. Good contact with the organisator my emails were answered almost imidiately Accomodation was like expected plus some upgrades. There was an info about our departures/excoursions waiting for us in hotels/hostels. Transport was on time. We had enough time for us and we were free to spend our time as we wanted to.
I can't say anything bad. Could repeat this trip even now :
I have only a good memories! Already missing sun, rain, people and landscape.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

My daughter and I took the 13-day best of Patagonia tour with additional activities like the kayak tour in La Leona River and Walking with the Penguins at Martillo Island. Patagonia is an amazing place and the way Viator set up the trip was excellent. On our arrival, representative from Huellas Del Sur, met us at the airport and oriented us to the town and explained what to expect. Having all the hotels and the major visiting sites arranged by Viator, gave us more time to discover the towns and hike the trails we wanted to and tried numerous good restaurants and excellent Malbec wine all along. Highly recommend to anybody who loves nature and wants to see some of the most beautiful landscape of the world!


5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

We had a pretty amazing trip. Everything was very well organized and on time and the places to see were incredible! We did not speak any Spanish but that was not a problem at all.

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

It was wonderful!

Van M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

For anyone traveling to southern Patagonia, seeing the Perito Moreno Glacier is a must!

Linda C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2016

This tour was excellent with consistent accommodation throughout the trip. I had hostel private rooms and they were all fine for me and close enough to walk to the main parts of town. The only thing that was missing on the trip for me was a trip to see the penguins in Ushuaia but otherwise it was a very well designed trip and I was not disappointed! The tour I was on was booked via SAStravel.

William J

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

Excellent experience. Patagonia is an amazingly beautiful place and this tour gave us a great mix of locations and activities.

We choose the b and b level accommodation and were impressed with where we staying

The self guided nature of the tour is refreshing as you are not tied to a tour group


4 star rating: Recommended November 2015

I booked this trip for my wife and I, and chose the comfort accommodation. The tour is actually arranged by a local tour operator and Viator do little more than collect your money. Our tour arranger was Lucía Echenique and I had difficulty getting a response via phone and email initially on tour details. This made it difficult to make fine tuning on the arrangements. That being said we had the trip of a lifetime. The accommodation was adequate but the staff in every hotel were very helpful and welcoming. Calafate is a great town. Art Indio is a great place to change s and you will get your first opportunities to gorge on the excellent pastries that Patagonia seems to have in abundance. The Perito Merino glacier is spectacular and you will be astounded by the noise it makes round the clock. You are practically guaranteed to see a piece break off and fall into the lake. Danielle was our guide who provided an informative and entertaining commentary on the way there and back.
In Chalten we stayed at the Senderos, you will see reviews that the rooms are too hot and we had a similar experience initially.The overheating is due to the effect of the sun, Sophia owner was very considerate and provided a fan that dealt with the problem by sleep time. The hiking here in Chalten is every bit as advertised, however, time and distance estimates can be a little wild. If taking Laguna de los tres trail make sure to leave early in the day to ensure you return before dark.
Puerto Natales is where we discovered that Patagonians eat late and we could find nowhere open before 7pm. Navigating the border with Chile took a significant amount of the first day as we queued first to get out of Argentina and then to get into Chile. Dogs sniff all luggage looking for prohibited foodstuff.
The Torres Del Paine Tour is excellent but be prepared for the wind that brings gusts strong enough to knock you off your feet. There is a also the cave of the Milodon.

Linda Q

4 star rating: Recommended March 2014

Considering that I am using a suitcase on rollers and not a backpack, the Hostel del Glaciar Libertador was not within walking distance. The hostel was fine. You just don't want a room near the breakfast area, which gets traffic evening and a.m.


3 star rating: Worth doing November 2012

Very bad hotel in Ushuaia. No breakfast provided, smelly and dirty room and the entire hostel. Won't recommend it to anyone.
No clear explanation from the travel agency about the entire tour. Missing maps of hostels.

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