You could spend a lifetime in Patagonia and still not see it all. But that won’t stop me from trying!
Below are all of my Patagonia travel guides.
I couldn’t pick a favorite destination if I tried but Peninsula Valdes’ wildlife, El Chalten’s mountains, and the national parks of the northern Lake District all rank very high.
The major Patagonia destination I’m most anxious to explore is Ushuaia. I hope to remedy that as soon as possible, stay tuned!.
Patagonia at a Glance
Provinces: La Pampa, Neuquén, Río Negro, Chubut, Santa Cruz, Tierra del Fuego
Highlights: The Lake District from San Martín de los Andes to Bariloche, the hikes of El Chalten, Perito Moreno Glacier in El Calafate, the wildlife of the Peninsula Valdes, Argentina’s southernmost point in Ushuaia
When to visit: The summer months have the best weather for the hiking and outdoor sports Patagonia is famous for. Late Fall and early Spring have great weather and smaller crowds. Visit the ski resorts from July to early September.