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The Pia Glacier lies in a fjord along the Chilean Patagonia coast, Ainsworth Bay, Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, Chile
Aerial view of the city of Puerto Montt known as a gateway to the Andes mountains, Tenglo channel and Reloncavi Sound, Chile.
Zodiac and Waterfall, Garibaldi Fjord,  Darwin Range, Augustini National Park, Tierra Del Fuego, Patagonia, Chile
Adult guanaco in Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile.
Lapageria rosea, Chile's national flower, near bloom overlooking the mountains of Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile
The Pia Glacier lies in a fjord along the Chilean Patagonia coast, Ainsworth Bay, Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, Chile
ExpeditionsExploring Patagonia’s National Parks From Puerto Montt to Tierra Del Fuego

Exploring Patagonia’s National Parks From Puerto Montt to Tierra Del Fuego

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Experience the full sweep of Patagonia at close range, from Chiloé Island to the wilds of Tierra del Fuego to the pinnacles of Torres del Paine National Park and the legendary Beagle Channel. Venture deep into Chile’s fjords. Pass incandescent icebergs and massive glaciers, and watch for elephant seals, Andean condors, guanacos, and penguins. Experience a swath of the Route of the Parks and enter the private reserve of Karukinka by special permission. Chile is 4,300 miles long and contains many different climates, so it produces the widest array on incredible food and wines to sample.  

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Woman hiker moves through difficult terrain with logs. Pumalin National Park, Chile
  • Hike through forests of alerce trees, comparable to giant sequoias, at Pumalín Douglas Tompkins National Park

  • See four national parks, including the iconic Torres del Paine National Park, and explore the Chilean fjords by Zodiac, kayak, and on foot.

  • Explore wildlife reserves not easily accessible to the public, including Karukinka Natural Park in Tierra del Fuego, to search for albatrosses, Andean condors, flying steamer ducks, and more

  • Experience the full sweep of Patagonia at close range, from Chiloé Island to the wilds of Tierra del Fuego to the pinnacles of Torres del Paine National Park and the legendary Beagle Channel.

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17 Days
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Puerto Montt, Chile
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