Ushuaia to Santiago

Ushuaia to Santiago information and booking

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Departs from
Bush camp (no facilities), Hostel, Hotel
Group Size
Maximum of 22 travellers per group
Ferry, Overland vehicle
Important Notes
1.This trip gives you the option of hiking the "W" trek in Torres del Paine. Please refer to itinerary in Trip Notes for more information. 2. Please note that this trip requires minimum numbers to depart, and may be cancelled up until 56 days prior to departure. The places showing on the dates and availability page are an indication only so please contact Intrepid to check if your preferred date will depart before making any final arrangements, such as booking non-changeable flights.


Travel to Tierra del Fuego to spot sea lions, Visit Ushuaia, the world's southernmost city, Hike through stunning Torres del Paine National Park, Hear the ice moan at the gigantic Perito Moreno Glacier, Explore the rugged landscape surrounding the imposing Mt Fitz Roy, Camp in the wilds of the Chilean Fjord Coast, Kick up your heels in Pucon, Sample produce while journeying through Chile's wine country, Savour the cosmopolitan culture and creative spirit of Santiago

Tour description provided by Intrepid

An epic adventure that starts in the southernmost town of Argentina, Ushuaia, and winds through the wilds of Chile while taking in some of the best of South America's attractions. Tour Chile's Torres del Paine National Park, journey along the Chilean Fjord Coast, through the eerie landscape that surrounds the Pucon Volcano and finally arrive in the buzzing capital of Chile. Santiago is the final stop on this action-packed adventure through Patagonia, one of the most incredible places on Earth.


Days 1-2 Ushuaia/Tierra del Fuego
A picturesque town at the end of the world, Ushuaia is the launching pad for many Antarctica trips and is also excellent for hiking and mountain-based activities.
Day 3 Strait of Magellan
Unpredictable currents and winds, combined with the narrowness of the passage, has made the Straits of Magellan a beautiful yet precarious route for many ships over the centuries.
Days 4-8 Torres del Paine National Park
Located in the wilds of Patagonia, Torres del Paine National Park is one of the world's most beautiful landscapes with glaciers, lakes and dramatic mountain peaks.
Days 9-10 El Calafate/Perito Moreno Glacier
Surrounded by snowy-mountain peaks and endless grass plains, El Calafate is famed for its proximity to the Perito Moreno Glacier. One of the few advancing glaciers in the world, Perito Moreno Glacier is a glorious, electric-blue mass of ice that occasionally breaks dramatically into Lago Argentino.
Days 11-13 El Chalten/Los Glaciaries National Park
The small village of El Chalten, nestled between picturesque mountains within Glacier National Park, is mainly a campsite for visitors, albeit a spectacular one.
Days 14-17 Carretera Austral
Chile's southern fjord coast is a kaleidoscope of fjords, channels, grassy plains, snow-capped mountains, charming villages, winding roads and virtually-untouched landscapes.
Days 18-19 Bariloche
A port city known for its salmon, Puerto Montt sits at the top of Chile's Lakes District and is a busy place with a Germanic heritage.
Days 20-21 Pucon
With the spectacular Villarrica volcano bubbling away in the background, captivating Pucon is an adventure lover's paradise with outdoor activities galore in a gorgeous natural setting.
Days 22-23 Santiago
Set within a circle of snow-capped mountains, Santiago is vibrant, artistic and gourmet - and the gateway to adventures in the snow, sea or desert.