Argentina’s southernmost region is a place of breath-taking beauty, diverse in landscapes, attractions and activities. The provinces of Río Negro and Neuquén offer the stunning lake district of the Siete Lagos, featuring the city of Bariloche and the lovely towns of Villa la Angostura and San Martín de los Andes.
In Chubut Province we find Puerto Madryn and Península de Valdéz, destinations where you will find whales, dolphins, penguins, and elephant seals.
The province of Santa Cruz is home to the world-famous Perito Moreno Glacier and the Glacier National park, the quaint town of Calafate, and the stunning Fitz Roy peak of Chaltén.
In Tierra del Fuego is the coastal city of Ushuai, the world’s southernmost city. The different provinces of this region offer some of the best fishing, wildlife-watching, mountain sports and sight-seeing in the world.
- Parque Nacional Los Glaciares – Perito Moreno glacier (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Upsala glacier, glacier and iceberg lakes
- El Chaltén – Fitz Roy mountain
- Puerto Madryn and Península Valdez – home to Franco-Austral whales, dolphins, penquins, and elephant seals
- Estancias – vast sheepfarms and agricultural estates with lovely Inns
Possible activities include:
Lodging on or visits to working farms, eating delicious patagonian lamb, discovering traditional cities and towns, fly-fishing, ice-fishing, wildlife-watching, photo-safaris, hiking, climbing, skiing, boating, horse-back riding, ice-walking, and much ooohing and aaahhing.