Perito Moreno glacier at sunset.

Matt Munro

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On South America’s southern frontier, nature grows wild, barren and beautiful. Spaces are large, as are the silences that fill them. For the newly arrived, such emptiness can be as impressive as the sight of Patagonia’s jagged peaks, pristine rivers and dusty backwater oases. In its enormous scale, Patagonia offers a wealth of potential experiences and landscapes.


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Here are our picks for exploring the best forests, mountains, glacial lakes and grasslands of Patagonia, one of the world’s most epic places.

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Transportation

Here is all you need to know about how to get around Chilean and Argentinean Patagonia by plane, bus, boat, bicycle and car.

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Patagonia can be the most expensive place to visit in Chile and Argentina. But fear not! These are the best things to do for free (or almost free).

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Best Road Trips

With remote destinations at the end of scenic roads, road-tripping is the best way to explore Patagonia. Here are the top driving routes.

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