Patagonia isn’t for the faint of heart, but for those who love the great outdoors and adventure! This Travel Tuesday, come explore the Chilean Patagonia with us...
Torres Del Paine
Torres del Paine National Park is a national park encompassing mountains, glaciers, lakes, and rivers in southern Chilean Patagonia. This outdoor mecca is filled with hiking trails, climbing, fishing, sailing, kayaking, horseback riding and so much more.
Lake Pehoe is in Torres del Paine National Park. It’s turquoise waters make the world stop for a moment in time to rest and rejuvenation. You can hike along the shore or just indulge in the peaceful space before you.
The Grey Glacier is in the south end of the Southern Patagonia Ice Field also located to the west side of the Torres del Paine National Park. The surface of the lake can be seen when following the big circuit of Paine Mountain Range at John Garner Pass.
One of the largest conservation efforts in South America is Pumalín Park. The park protects 715,000 acres of rainforest. Pumalín Park offers adventure seekers a paradise and vast scape for exploration. You can go sea kayaking through the Comao and Reñihué fjords, where dolphins, sea lions, and even whales are can be spotted. Hikers can find a range of trails, waterfalls and volcanoes. .
Corcovado Volcano is a stratovolcano just south of the mouth of Yelcho River. The most distinctive feature of this volcano is its stepped top, very similar to Puntiagudo Volcano.
While you are exploring the Chilean Patagonia, it is only fitting that you stay at the Dos Lagos Lodge. Dos Lagos, which is part of the Endless Water Ranch, provides unparalleled access to the most beautiful landscapes in Patagonia. Dos Lagos Lodge can only be hired on an exclusive basis. This means that you and your guests will have private use of the entire property. Accommodation options consist of a main lodge, two lakeside cabins and converted hangar.
Does your wanderlust have you ready to go to the Chilean Patagonia? If so, what explorations do you want to add to the list?