Over Patagonia’s tried-and-true programs? Challenge yourself to this 9-day off-track trekking expedition through Yendegaia National Park, where fjords, glaciers, mountains, forests, and wild horses are the stuff of every day. No wonder Outdoor Magazine called it a Trip of a Lifetime...
Experience seven unique days exploring the windblown landscapes of Tierra del Fuego, huddled in cozy lodgings by night and getting close to some of the island’s most memorable landscapes by day. Whether hiking, atop horseback, or by mountain bike - this short & scenic overland excursion gives road tripping a new name!
An ideal MTB tour for those who want to pedal the Grand Island of Tierra del Fuego! A cycling experience of the wonderful landscapes and the vast nature of this extreme island. Enjoy 5 incredible days of mountain bike and discover what the tracks, trails & rural roads show us. Explore the nature in which the native Selk’Nam people lived and learn about the history of the pioneers of this island. With vehicle support throughout - choose your pedaling routes and distances while staying in iconic and unique estancias and inns!
Short on time and hoping to pedal the grand Island of Tierra del Fuego? This cycling experience is the perfect combination for those looking to discover the end of the world with its wonderful landscapes and the vast nature. Ride 3 days MTB on the island along its tracks, trails and rural roads. Along with sighting plenty of local fauna and culture, live the nature in which the Selk’Nam people lived and learn about the history of the pioneers who settled on the island. A unique perspective in an exclusive part of the world!
This 2 day adventure will take you across the Strait of Magellan to discover the magnificent landscapes of Tierra Del Fuego and the town of Porvenir. Visit the king Penguins who inhabit this area and stay the evening in an authentic Estancia that is filled with history and stories waiting to be shared with its guests!
Visit the much-loved King penguin in their only colony outside the Sub-Antarctic islands. This is a natural rookery with new tourist infrastructure to minimize the impact on the penguin colony and environment.