Visit Tierra del Fuego, Argentina’s only national park with a maritime coastline, located at the southernmost tip of the continent. Enjoy magnificent panoramic views of the Beagle Canal which is surrounded by beautiful forests, lakes, rivers and mountains. See by yourself the imposing variety and quantity of animal species and plants throughout the park, and admire the beautiful Lapataia Bay.
Today you will take a transfer from Ushuaia to El Calafate via Rio Gallegos by Public Bus.
Enjoy your Free Day in El Calafate.
Get away from the crowds and visit the Perito Moreno glacier on this alternative visit. Walk along the shore of the Lago Argentino to see blue icebergs as they float by and up-close views of the glacier. Take a 1-hour hike in front of the glacier to get spectacular views of the captivating walls of this massive sheet of ice from natural and wild spots, before returning to the touristy areas and seeing it from another angle.
Today you will take a transfer from El Calafate to El Chalten by Public Bus.
Today you will take a transfer from El Chalten to Perito Moreno (Ruta 40) by Public Bus.
Today you will take a transfer from Perito Moreno to Bariloche (Ruta 40) by Public Bus.
Enjoy your Free Day in Bariloche.
Enjoy an amazing day trip from Bariloche, traveling along Lake Nahuel Huapi up to the foot of Cerro Campanario. You will have the opportunity to go up the mountain by chairlift, from where you can admire one of the most magnificent panoramic views of the region and grab a hot cocoa from the mountain top cafe.
Today you will take a transfer from Bariloche to Puerto Varas by Public Bus.
Drive along the southern shore of Lake Llanquihue and Ensenada town before visiting the Osorno Volcano for breathtaking views of the Petrohué River Valley and the beautiful Chilean landscapes!
Today you will take a transfer from Puerto Varas to Pucon by Public Bus.
Enjoy your Free Day in Pucon.
Today you will take a transfer from Pucon to Santiago by Public Bus.
Fully experience Santiago's vivid personality on bicycle by riding through the lively streets, markets and plazas of the city center to learn about the country’s history through the eyes and ears of a local.