From the jagged granite spires of the Torres del Pine, to the electric blue ice slabs of Perito Moreno Glacier, to the dazzling reflection of Andean peaks on sprawling alpine lakes, Patagonia is a region as wild, pristine and awe-inspiring as they come.
10 days/9 nightsNight 1: Aldebaran Hotel
Perched on the banks of Nahuel Huapi Lake, the Aldebaran offers panoramic views of López and the Campanario Hills. Bask in the hotel’s well-appointed rooms, exclusive spa, heated pool and extensive wine cellar. Nights 2-3: Correntoso Hotel
Once the cabin of a visionary pioneer, this unique resort sits at the mouth of the Correntoso River and Nahuel Huapi Lake, overlooking the Andes. Corrnentoso’s warm, friendly staff is guaranteed to make you feel right at home. Nights 4-5: Nibepo Aike Ranch
A working cattle and sheep farm, you won’t forget your stay at this typical Patagonian ranch, whose horses are docile and whose dining room serves traditional meat and vegetable dishes made largely from home produce.
Nights 6-8: Patagonia Camp
Your Patagonian experience wouldn’t be complete an overnight in a yurt! Tucked in a forest of beech trees, Patagonia Camp’s heated yurts boast comfortable beds (king or two singles), private baths, luxurious amenities, private terraces and a spectacular view of Lake Toro and the Paine Massif. Night 9: Hotel Cabo de Hornos
Cozy up in the simple, yet elegant comfort of the Cabo de Hornos, a four-star hotel conveniently located in the heart of Punta Arenas.