The splendors of dramatic landscapes and the comforts of contemporary luxury combine for perfect vacationing in Patagonia. Touch the bright blue ice of a glacier with your fingertips. Witness the twin peaks towering over an immaculate indigo lake. Bask in the comforts of a secluded hotel with a panoramic view encompassing the mountain summit and serene coastline of a glassy fiord. Indulge in the luxuries...
Buenos Aires – Luxuries of Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan city that encompasses the European atmosphere of its Spanish past, along with the South American flair that provides vigor to the beloved tango. The historic neighborhood of San Telmo has a wealth of lavish mansions lining the cobblestone streets. Antique shops and bookstores look out to candlelit walkways. The artistic district of La Boca displays its vibrancy through corrugated-iron houses painted with bright colors. Artists capture the lively atmosphere of the streets in their paint, modeling their captivating pieces after the dancers performing tango on the corner. Your private transfer meets you at the airport and escorts you to your luxurious hotel filled with contemporary comfort.
The aroma of grilled meat drifts from a traditional Parrilla, a barbecue type restaurant that specializes in sizzling dishes representative of the cuisine gauchos (the equivalent of a South American cowboy) would have eaten on a ranch. The rich history of the city radiates from Plaza de Mayo. The square encompasses two city blocks and was constructed by the Spanish in the 16th century. Old colonial buildings decorate the borders of the plaza, including the landmark Casa Rosada, the pink Presidential Palace. Locals continue to frequent the quaint Café Tortoni on Avenida de Mayo. The 19th-century café is considered the birthplace of tango.
El Calafate – Capital of the Glaciers
El Calafate – Upon the Glaciers
El Calafate – Choice of Glaciers
Puerto Natales – Indulging in the Scenery
Puerto Natales – Inclusive Wonderment
Puerto Natales – Chosen Adventure
Santiago – Patagonian Enchantment to Santiago Charm
Santiago – Sweeping Santiago
- Walk across the surface of a magnificent glacier on a guided tour of Los Glaciares National Park in Argentina
- Bask in the charming alpine streets and numerous chocolate shops in the town of El Calafate
- Indulge in the five-star luxuries of your premier hotel, including a private view of the Patagonian landscape in Chile
- Traverse the breathtaking scenery of Torres del Paine National Park to see glaciers and the Towers of Paine twin peaks
- Choose your desired adventure from sailing Last Hope Sound to zip-lining over the Patagonian landscape
- Enjoy the exceptional glaciers and waters of Lago Argentino on a sensational cruise around icebergs and towering glaciers
Travel in luxury, style, and confidence on your 9-day Patagonia lakes and glaciers tour. The mountain air is clean and crisp. Ice fields spread across the landscape, overtaking the horizon. Glacier walls rise out of the lakes like fortresses carved from a frozen world. The scenery of Patagonia is ineffable, providing breathtaking views and unforgettable moments at every turn. Explore the boutiques of Buenos Aires, the artisan markets of Santiago, and the opulent pleasures of Patagonia; the splendor of Argentina and Chile are endless.
When your flight lands in Buenos Aires, Argentina, your private transfer is waiting for your arrival. Venture into the city and settle into a comfortable luxury hotel located in a fabulous neighborhood near the heart of the city. The next day, your private transfer escorts you to the airport for your domestic flight to El Calafate, known as the “Gateway to Los Glaciares National Park.” Cruise along Lago Argentino before traversing the icy surface of Perito Moreno Glacier. Stroll along the viewing platforms and discover the exorbitant size of the glacier firsthand.
Next board a boat once more and cruise along the expansive waters of Lago Argentino, witnessing the numerous glaciers bordering the lakeshores and the icebergs bursting from the water’s glassy surface. The following day, your transfer meets you at your five-star hotel in El Calafate to escort you over the border into Chile. The hotel is the embodiment of luxury inside, a refurbished historic building with views of the opulent Patagonian countryside.
The following days are yours to bask in the glories of the inclusive hotel and the Patagonian landscape at your leisure, so be sure to take advantage of the variety of tours offered. Sail the fiord or horseback ride to a nearby town. Venture to the basecamp of Torres del Paine or cycle around Laguna Sofia. Your private transfer escorts you to the airport in Punta Arenas for your flight to the capital city of Santiago, Chile. Your hotel is situated in a charming historic house. Your private transfer meets you in the hotel lobby on your final day and leads you to the famous markets of Santiago. Delight in the variety of artisan shops and restaurants before you continue onward to the airport for your flight home.
$2,245 per person (excluding international flights)
Your Zicasso trip is fully customizable, and this sample itinerary is a starting place for your travel plans. Actual costs are dynamic, and your selection of accommodations and activities, your season of travel, and other such variables will bring this budget guideline up or down. Throughout your planning experience with your Zicasso specialist, your itinerary is designed around your budget. You can book your trip when you are satisfied with every detail. Planning your trip with a Zicasso travel specialist is a free service.
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Your final trip cost will vary based on your selected accommodations, activities, meals, and other trip elements that you opt to include.
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