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Amazing Argentina

Amazing Argentina is an independent travel company based in Buenos Aires which specializes in tours throughout Argentina including Patagonia, Brazil, Uruguay and Chile.

With local operational offices, over 9 years of experience in the travel industry and a commitment to customer service, Amazing Argentina is your key to a fantastic vacation in this wonderful country.

We offers tours from private luxury travel around Argentina to small group wildlife tours, food and wine excursions for the connoisseur and polo and horse riding holidays in Patagonia. From skiing trips to cruises to Antarctica, our list of world class tours and expertise in building tailor-made trips are second to none.

We will plan and arrange your tour as per your exact requirements by both telephone and Email (or you can visit us at our offices in downtown Buenos Aires).
We accept all major credit cards and to safeguard your travel arrangements, we provide complimentary travel insurance on all tours over 10 days in length (subject to status). This incredible value-for money exclusive benefit is unique among Latin American tour operators and guarantees your trip.
As a committed Eco-tour specialist, we are also a socially responsible travel company and members of STI (sustainable travel international) a non profit organisation dedicated to promoting sustainable travel.

Let us at Amazing Argentina inspire you and take you on a unforgettable vacation to the land of the gaucho.

2024 Complete Patagonia Adventure Tour
Santiago - Torres del Paine Explorer - El Calafate - El Chalten - Ushuaia
2024 Complete Patagonia Adventure Tour

2024 Complete Patagonia Adventure Tour

2024 Complete Patagonia Adventure Tour

2024 Complete Patagonia Adventure Tour


Arrival to Santiago and take the domestic flight to Punta Arenas. Transfer to their hotel. Overnight accommodation.


After breakfast, take the bus to Puerto Natales. Arrival and overnight accommodation in the gateway town to Torres del Paine.


Today a full day trip by boat to the Balmaceda and Serrano glaciers by boat. Lunch is included in this tour. Upon return, Review your program and gear check for the W trail.
The W trail is a trekking itinerary that will allow you to explore Torres del Paine National Park. The mountain trail goes along streams, rivers and valleys, lakes glaciers and native woodland. Lodging will be in mountain cabins. No experience is necessary but you must be in good physical condition.


Early pick up for our journey along an unpaved road heading towards Torres Del Paine. When entering the Park, we will have excellent picture taking opportunities of guanacos (llama family) and Grey foxes, driving alongside lagoons frequented by Chilean flamencos and black-necked swans. We leave our bags in the Refugio and pick up our pack lunch. We will start our first day trekking to the base of the Towers, following the Ascencio River to enter the Ascencio Valley. Our walk will be uphill for one hour before stopping to observe the first glimpses of the valley surrounded by unbelievable beech forests (Nothofagus family), glaciers and waterfalls. We'll continue through the valley for another hour and a half before ascending a huge terminal moraine to a lookout (900 M), excellent for picture taking. At this point we will be surrounded by three giant granite towers (2850 M) and a lagoon with slurry waters due to erosion produced by glaciers. This amazing view will be accompanied by lunch to add to the enjoyment. We'll start our descent, following the same path back to the lodge.
(2 hours by transfer, 7-8 hours round-trip hiking, 18 KM) (BL-D) (Night at Refugio Torres)


A private transfer will take us to the west side of the Park going around Almirante Nieto Mountain (2750 M) with Nordenskjold Lake at its base. We will take a catamaran across the Pehoe Lake. From here we commence our out and back trek to the French valley. We will start going around the south-west side of Paine Grande, the highest summit in the Park, through native forests of fire bush and evergreen beech (Nothofagus Bethuloides), up to the hanging bridge over the French River to observe the first glimpses of the hanging glacier. Then we will ascend (300m) for one hour amidst a surreal Japanese garden landscape, crossing beech forests, to reach a view point, gifting us with magnificent panoramic views, where we enjoy a good lunch. Our way back will be the same, spending our first night at the shore of the Pehoe Lake.
(One hour by private transfer, 35 minutes by catamaran, 6-7 hours hiking, 17 KM) (Night at Paine Grande Lodge)


We will begin early in the morning with our hike to the Grey Glacier. Initially we will ascend 200mts up a winding narrow path leading us to Laguna Negra, and our first glimpses of the Southern Patagonia Ice Field with its many unclimbed mountains. We will advance through forests and crossing rivers, with possible sightings of spectacle and flying steamer ducks, up to the glacier view point. We will enjoy lunch at this place and if we are lucky, witness ice calving from the huge glacier wall into Lake Grey. We return, following the same path, with views of Cordon Olgun and Paine Grande, from where we will take the last Catamaran at 6.30 PM to start the return to Puerto Natales. (7-8 hours walking, 22 KM, 35 minutes by catamaran, 1.5 hours by private transfer)
(Due to some limited availability in the Refugio's, some departures will use camp accommodations instead of regularly planned Refugios. Camp sites use North Face VE 25 - 4 season tents (3 people tent, use as a double), and we provide sleeping bags with liners and camping mattresses. The camp has access to modern facilities and hot showers. Unless noted, meals will be taken in the Refugios where camping accommodations are added. There is no extra cost associated with this and all equipment necessary will be provided by us, including porters to carry the camping gear. According to our experience, usually the space at the Refugios open up when we get close to the departure dates, and we have access to book the night we need. You will be notified upon booking when camping accommodations replace a Refugio night. )


After breakfast, take the regular bus journey to El Calafate, in Argentina. El Calafate is the site of the incredible Perito Moreno Glacier, one of the most dramatic natural sites left on earth. The Perito Moreno Glacier of Santa Cruz is a 60m (197ft) high river of rising, toppling and exploding ice, though it hasn't advanced for several years. Overnight accommodation.


Today you will depart for the remote and unspoilt setting of El Chalten, with the marvellous Fits Roy range dominating the skyline. This area is regarded as the Torres del Paine of Argentina but far less crowded. Upon arrival in Chalten, transfer to your hotel. After getting settled, you can enjoy an hour's hike to Piedras Blancas Glacier on your own, which is an ideal warm-up for some the Patagonia trekking that awaits. You'll travel through a beech forest where the amazing Magallenic Woodpecker may be at work and view the Marconi Glacier, the gateway to the Continental Ice cap. Alternatively, you may choose to hike Cerro Polo (5 hours) instead, which offers a panoramic view of the Poincenot, Fitz Roy, Cerro Torre and the Continental Ice cap. Overnight at Los Cerros Hotel.


Today, a full day trek to the Laguna Capri base camp (Fitz Roy base camp). The hike north towards Fitz Roy begins with spectacular views of the massif ahead. The peak was sacred and venerated by local Tehuelche groups who believed the mists enshrouding it were volcanic ash and called it "Chalten" (God of Smoke). You will reach Laguna Capri, where Mt Fitz Roy reflects its image in its crystal clear waters, stop en route for lunch and then resume the hike to Laguna de los Tres, at the base of Mt. Fitz Roy. Three glaciers drain into this emerald lagoon with majestic Mt. Fitz Roy towering above. Enjoy spectacular views of Lake Viedma, the sweeping Patagonia steppe and unrivaled Fitz Roy. If you choose to continue down the steep trail to the natural balcony onto Laguna Sucia, you'll also gaze on the Saint Exupiry and Poincenot spires. Return to Los Cerros. Start to Laguna Capri - 2.6 Miles, Altitude gain: 1200 ft
Laguna Capri to Laguna de los Tres - 2.7 miles, Altitude gain: 1800 ft


A full day of hiking another Patagonian classic: Mt Torre, famous for its beauty but also for its climbing difficulty. Every year, countless expeditions attempt to reach the summit, but only a few succeed. After a 45 minutes climb, you will reach a level area surrounding an old lagoon where vegetation is starting to grow again. The trail enters a forest with a slight descent leading to a lookout facing the Cerro Torre and the Adelas ranges. The trail ends on the shores of Laguna Torre, offering a stunning view of Mt. Torre surrounded by the Egger and Standhard spires and the Adelas range as a backdrop together with the glacier Torre. Return to Los Cerros.
Cerro Torre - 11 miles round trip, Altitude gain: 1,000 ft

After breakfast, return bus journey to El Calafate.


After breakfast, excursion to the incredible Perito Moreno Glacier, walking along footpaths and balconies to reach this incredible phenomenon.


After breakfast, transfer to the airport for the flight to Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, and capital of the province of Tierra del Fuego. Depending on your time of arrival, there may be a chance for a boat trip through the Beagle Channel with a visit to Sea Lion Island and the southernmost Argentinian lighthouse. Overnight accommodation.

Day 14. USHUAIA (B & L)

After breakfast we drive to the Tierra del Fuego National Park west of Ushuaia. We start our hike at the Pampa Alta Trail. Our guide will lead us through lovely sub-Antarctic forests of beech, ire, lenga, coihue and an abundance of moss and ferns. After reaching the top (about 1,000') we enjoy a panoramic view of the Beagle Channel, Isla Redonda and Ensenada Bay. We descend and connect with Sendero de La Costa (Coastal Trail) and continue along the rocky shores of the bay finishing at Roca Lake. After lunch we visit Bahia Lapataia.
The park offers great opportunities for bird-watching. Some of the species that you will see are the Black-browed Albatross, Giant Petrels, Steamer Ducks, Magellanic Woodpecker, Thorn-tailed Rayadito, Chimango Caracaras, Black-Chested Buzzard Eagles and others. Overnight in Ushuaia.

Day 15. USHUAIA (B & L)

Today you will enjoy a 6 hour trek to Lake Esmeralda. Our mountain guides will take you on a walk through lenga beech forests and sphagnum bogs. The Esmeralda lake is in the Valley of Tierra Mayor at the foot of the glacier Ojo de Albino. During spring, summer and autumn, its waters are emerald-green and sharply contrast with the redness of the sphagnum bogs surrounding it.Return to Ushuaia.


After breakfast, transfer to the airport for the return flight to Buenos Aires and onward for your connecting flight to Santiago. Arrival and overnight accommodation.

Day 17. SANTIAGO (B)

After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your flight home.


  • Accommodation and transfers as per itinerary
  • Santiago -Punta Arenas, El Calafate - Ushuaia domestic flights
  • International flight Ushuaia -Santiago
  • Bilingual guides on all the tours
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • VHF Radio communications during treks/hikes
  • First aid kit
  • Grey Lake catamaran cruise


  • International flight tickets to Chile
  • Reciprocity fee (US$140 per person upon entry)
  • Meals not included
  • Tips and alcoholic drinks

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