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Pristine wilderness and astounding natural wonders await.

At the base of the Andes, in the Southern reaches of Argentina, spanning the width of the continent to the shores of the Southern Atlantic Ocean, you’ll find Argentinian Patagonia; a diverse and exciting region with so much to offer.

The country’s famed Lake District lies in the North-Eastern region of Argentinian Patagonia, where the towering mountains of The Andes skirt sparkling lakes and bustling rivers. Base yourself at Bariloche or San Martín and explore the surrounding waterways by bike or kayak, pack a picnic and take a scenic drive through the seven lakes, or head to Nahuel Huapi Lake in the national park to soak up the magic of this tranquil 20-hectre protected forest reserve.

To the West you’ll find the wildlife-rich Península Valdés, a UNESCO registered nature reserve made up of sand dunes, wetlands, mudflats and pebble beaches. This important biodiversity hotspot is home to guanacos, rheas, grey foxes and armadillos on land and orcas and migratory whales in the water.

You’ll head South to discover postcard Patagonia; starting in Los Glaciares National Park, where you’ll discover the astonishing Fitz Roy Massif and stand in awe of the Perito Moreno Glacier. Travel further South still to the dramatic and rugged landscape of Tierra Del Fuego – the land of fire and ice; a rich and fascinating history is seeped into the meandering riverways and rocky mountain paths here.

Covering over 1,000 miles and with a mind-boggling diversity in landscapes, wildlife and activities it’s no wonder Argentinian Patagonia takes the top spot on so many bucket lists

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When to go to Patagonia

There isn’t really any “right time” to visit Patagonia. It really comes down to the kind of experience you’re after. The Summer months of December to March offer up more daylight and warmer temperatures making this an ideal time for hiking, kayaking and biking. This is peak season though so it’s also the busiest time of year.

April and May are the shoulder season and the colours make for spectacular landscapes. There are fewer crowds, though most tourist services also wind down at this time.

The winter months of June to September offer crisp blue skies and less wind, plus less travellers. Though it is rather chilly so you’ll need to be prepared for temperatures below zero degrees Celsius.

Then the season begins again in October/November when temperatures begin to rise.

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As Patagonia covers such a vast expanse of Argentina it’s almost impossible not to include it on your trip, and why wouldn’t you? Whether you’re looking for wildlife in Valdés, relaxation in the lake district, or adventure in El Chaltén you will find everything and more in Patagonia.

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