To trek in Patagonia, is to do something special. Patagonia is a marvel and that cannot be fully realised if you haven’t personally trekked in it. Like so many special regions in the world, Patagonia needs to be experiences first hand.
Anybody who has trekked Patagonia, has either returned to do it a second or even a third time, while others have placed it high on their list to return to as soon as is practically possible for them.
We’ll keep this brief and stick to 3 spots that are definite not to be missed areas in Patagonia.
1. Torres del Paine
Torres del Paine would be a great destination for novice or first-time trekkers to Patagonia. Although other places in Patagonia could provide the same feeling as a first-time explorer, Torres del Paine is conventionally taken to be the most interesting place for people visiting Patagonia for the first time. It is one of the largest areas in Patagonia, and it is also one of the most visited areas in Chilean Patagonia. Torres del Paine is loaded with many marked paths and several shelters for trekkers.Torres del Paine is also considered one of the most popular national parks across the globe.
2. Perito Moreno Glacier Is Definitely Going to Surprise You
Being one of the most engaging tourist spots at Patagonia, the Perito Moreno Glacier is a location that has huge expanses, producing both scenic elegance and exploratory pleasure. With its length being 30km, width 5km and a striking height of 60m. It moves at a speed of 2m per day. Considered to be one of the few glaciers that is still growing in modern time, the Perito Moreno Glacier can be found at the south of Los Glaciares National Park.
3. Let’s Bring More Thrill with Neuquén Province
The Neuquén province is somewhere that would unleash the primordial definition to Patagonia’s existence. Trekking in Patagonia, while revealing dinosaur fossils is a superbly thrilling feeling for the minds seeking exploratory elation. This province located in the Northwest side of Patagonia has many fossils of dinosaurs.
It’s here in the Neuquén province that you will find the fossilised skeleton of the largest dinosaur ever found: Argentinosaurus huinculensis. It was found at Plaza Huincul.
The guys at Forward Travel have been to Patagonia numerous times and can confidently claim to be experts in the region.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions, or would like any recommendations on where or what you should not miss on your adventure.