Torres del Paine (and the O and W treks) in Chile are breathtaking and well worth a visit, but did you know that the Argentine counterparts near El Chalten, Argentina (Mount Fitz Roy (think Patagonia logo) are equally as breahtraking (and cheaper!)
Deciding which part of Patagonia to visit depends on a number of factors:
What outdoor activities you’re interested in, the geography and major sights that interest you most, and what you’re hoping to get out of this corner of theworld. You can still trek Patagonia in the colder winter months of mid-April to mid-November, just know that this is considered the off-season and some hotels and restaurants in various Patagonian cities and towns often shut down. To this end, some national parks in Patagonia also restrict services, and all treks during the winter months must be done with a guide.
Anyone who’s a fan of the world’s natural wonders is going to love Argentine Patagonia.
The Argentine side is also larger geographically than Chilean Patagonia, so there are more varied regions to explore and takes up the nation’s entire southern area.
So if you do end up selecting different destinations in Argentine Patagonia for your excursions, know that you’ll mostly be taking flights between them to make your itinerary manageable.
This 7,269 square-km park is situated in Argentina’s southern Patagonia region, with 170 km of it stretching along the border with Chile.
Experience the heart of Argentine Patagonia in Los Glaciers National Park, home to 47 glaciers and iconic Mt. Fitz Roy (think Patagonia logo)
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