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Torres del Paine National Park

UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and voted by more than five million people as the eighth natural wonder of the world in 2013, Torres del Paine National Park is a place of unparalleled beauty.

In 2019, the nearly 259 million hectare park received more than 300,000 visitors hungry for its remoteness and adventurous trips and hikes. Its golden pampas, enormous electric blue icebergs, turquoise and dark blue lakes and, of course, magnificent jagged granite peaks are home to Nothofagus forests, pumas, huemules, ñandúes, flamingos, and other unique flora and fauna.

About Patagonia

Patagonia is one of the most precious natural relics in the world. Shared by Chile and Argentina, the region hosts a multitude of species, natural treasures and impressive landscapes. A rich territory like Patagonia requires in-depth exploration. This is the idea behind each of our trips: to explore remote territories, motivated by our profound experience and in ways and for purposes that really connected explorers with the region. To go further, to conserve.

Flora & Fauna

A great variety of native species—like pumas, guanacos, and huemules—can only be seen in Patagonia. Discover the life that teems and thrives and prospers off the beaten track.

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The name Patagonia comes from Portuguese explorer Fernando Magallanes, who, in the 16th century, gave the following name to the indigenous communities of the region: patagões. Magallanes´ perception of the natives´ customs reminded him of Patagõe, a wild character in the book Primaleón de Grecia, very in style at the time.


The gaucho, a typical figure of Patagonia, is responsible for the tasks in the ranches. An expert rider, free and solitary (although very hospitable), rises before dawn to drive the cattle over the plains and takes care of the farm activities.

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The geography varies within this vast territory: the temperatures rise in the north and drop in the south, while glaciers, lakes, fjords and the Andean Cordillera are found to the west and very impressive deserts to the east.