From the mountains to the sea, Amazing Patagonia
From the mountains to the sea, AMAZING PATAGONIA
Patagonia is located almost in the end of the world.
From latitud 38 to the south, this region is capable of amazing any person who decide to visit it.
It offers to the visitor, on the one hand- the east side- their Atlantic coastline, fields, pastures, desert and canyons. On the other hand – the west side-, their mountains, lakes and glaciers.
Diversity of landscapes makes worth visiting Patagonia.
“Patagonia is located almost in the end of the world. It offers fields, pastures, desert, canyons, mountains, lakes and glaciers”
Our passion for travelling, takes us to others “end of the worlds”. We travelling around Asia for example, and even though, the first thing that surprises you in both destination is the scale of everything -and we can say that this is a common point between them-Patagonia is different.
Patagonia will amaze you with their full and empty spaces.
Full of nature, empty of people.
That is what makes you feel the unending distance between towns. This make you feel that Patagonia is uninhabited. But that is not true. Patagonia has inhabitants who loves this place and will invite you to enjoy one of the most beautiful places of Argentina, and you love it.
“Patagonia will amaze you with their full and empty spaces. Full of nature, empty of people”
As beautiful as diverse, Patagonia offers all that you are looking for.
Are you looking for mountains? You have Andes Mountains as a guardian of Patagonia.
Are you looking for lakes? You have Nahuel Huapi Lake with more than 200 square kilometres in Bariloche
Are you looking for glaciers? You have the most beautiful glaciers: Perito Moreno Glacier at The Glaciers National Park in El Calafate
Are you looking for wildlife? You have a natural oceanarium in Peninsula de Valdes, Puerto Madryn were you will find whales and penguins and a huge diversity of marine life
Patagonia is all that you are looking for and more!
Coming soon: Bahia Bustamante, the secret treasure of Patagonia.