Start your journey through Chilean Patagonia in the Araucania region and Lake District in Central Chile, with its snow-capped volcanoes and majestic lakes. Move south to Chiloe Island - just off the coast - with its spectacular beaches and lush green national park; this island is a nature- and wildlife-lover’s dream with incredible flora and fauna both on land and in the surrounding water. Journey further south through the lush green mountains landscapes of Patagonia and its numerous national parks. Lovers of rafting should stop by the Rio Futaleufu river valley - also known as the ‘Grand Canyon
of South America’ - for some serious adrenaline-fuelled adventures in the water. Continue on and you’ll find yourself in the province of Magallanes, with its dramatic fjords, giant glaciers and lost lagoons. Make your way to the iconic and incomparable Torres del Paine National Park and bask in the beauty of its 600,000 acres of extraordinary lakes and glaciers. All Chilean Patagonia holidays should include time in this area of almost-unbelievable natural beauty. Marvel at the jutting mountains that pierce the sky and their softened reflections in the vibrant water that changes from green to blue. The spectacles don’t stop here. Before you know it, you’ll be on the long road from Punta Arenas to Puerto Natales, passing desolate, windswept landscapes. At the end of your journey, you’ll meet the Strait of Magellan.
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This part of the world is for the truly intrepid travellers who love the great outdoors. Whether it’s hiking and trekking the pampas or rafting through valleys, Chilean Patagonia ideal for anyone active who doesn’t mind being a little wild and far away from the comforts of home.
What can you find in Chilean Patagonia that you can’t find elsewhere?
The landscapes of Chile are like nowhere else. As you travel through the region you’ll enjoy the remote beauty of lakes, fjords and lagoons; of towering glaciers and snow-capped volcanoes; small fishing villages and vast landscapes with nothing and nobody else for miles around.
Chiloe Island, once the home of whalers, has been somewhat reclaimed by whales. You can spot numerous species in the waters surrounding the island including the mysterious giants of the ocean - blue whales.
- Enjoy the solitude of feeling like you’re truly in the middle of nowhere, in a remote corner of the world where you’re surrounded by nature’s beauty in excel
- Experience some of the world’s most dramatic landscapes in Torres del Paine National Park
- See blue whales from Chiloe Island
- Get active: hike, raft and climb your way along the length of Southern Chile and the Andes