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    Patagonia is...absolutely beautiful. It's a combination of empty roads, massive wilderness, and widely varying nature (some views include huge forests, massive glaciers, and deep blue lakes at the same, confusing, time). Activities are relatively unlimited, so long as you enjoy outdoors, and cities and towns - although few and far between - are almost of the ski resort type. Despite the influx of tourists, locals are still quite nice and helpful. All together, a great time.

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    One of my absolute favorite trips - GO!

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    The W trek in Patagonia was some of the most stunning landscape I have ever seen.

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    A fascinating part of the world both the Chilean and Argentinian side

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The frontier land of South America, this remote region stretches between Argentina and Chile at the southernmost tip of the continent. Travelling in Patagonia is a real encounter with Mother Nature, from the moving ice sheets at Glacier Perito Moreno, to the ancient forests of National Park Los Alerces. Add in a date with penguins or whales along the coast, and you will have begun to explore one of the most untouched places on earth. If you’re looking for a little more human society, consider visiting an estancia (ranch) and partaking in a feast of roasted meats, or El Chalten, where you can hobnob with other adventurous travelers before heading out into the snowy mountains of the Fitz Roy range. This magical region, where the first European explorers were so impressed by the natives’ height that they deemed them giants, is also home to the largest dinosaur fossils ever found. Amusing 16th century misconceptions on height aside, Patagonia is without doubt a land writ large and will ... read more
leave an indelible impression on the most seasoned traveller.

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