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Patagonia

Travel to southern Chile and Argentina, a region of dramatic landscapes.

  • A conservation success story, South American condors returned from the brink of extinction.

  • This tour includes a stay at the famed Ecocamp Patagonia in view of the granite spires of Torres del Paine.

  • Torres del Paine National Park is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and home to a host of wildlife, including guanacos.

Travel to the remote southern reaches of Chile and Argentina, known for dramatic mountain peaks and an abundance of glaciers. Despite the austerity of the landscape, this mountain enclave is home to an array of unique wildlife, which we encounter on foot and at sea.

Available Tours

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Peaks, Lakes & Glaciers of Patagonia
An adventure into of some of the most amazing alpine landscapes on Earth. Itinerary highlights include Viedma Glacier Trek, Torres del Paine National Park and Torres del Paine.
11 and 12-day tours from $7,595

Patagonia

Patagonia Photo Expedition
Capture stunning images of extraordinary alpine and glacial landscapes and wildlife. Itinerary highlights include Viedma Glacier Trek, Torres del Paine National Park and Torres del Paine.
12-day tours from $7,595



Available Extensions

Cruise to Cape Horn 5 days from $1,498
Easter Island Extension 5 days from $2,595

Articles

Ecocamp Patagonia: A model for 'green' lodging
Six Interesting Facts about Patagonia
Ten Interesting Facts about Glaciers
Where We've Been, Where We're Going: Matt Erke
Behind the Lens: Enjoying, Not Capturing, the Moment
Behind the Lens: Managing Light in the Field

WWF & Natural Habitat Adventures
Call (888) 993 – 8687 to book your spot on this tour. Questions? Email us at travel@wwfus.org.

WWF in Patagonia
WWF is helping to create a network of public and private protected areas and encouraging sustainable use of native forests. Read more here

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