What To Expect:
Patagonia Travel Tour Highlights
Begin your journey with a stopover in Santiago. The city is experiencing a cultural revival with a food scene that is gaining world recognition thanks to chefs, , like Rodolfo Guzmán of Boragó, who are sourcing and elevating local Chilean ingredients. The nearby wine country is producing exceptional varietals in stunning settings, with art-centric boutique properties including Viña VIK. After a few days developing your taste for the local terroir, venture further south to Southern Patagonia. Here you will explore the windswept granite mountains of Torres Del Paine from the base of Awasi, hike to waterfalls feeding turquoise glacial lakes, venture through the mountainscape on horseback and relax in a setting that will set even the most harried minds at ease. After a few days exploring the park, head south with a stop at the stunning Singular Patagonia. Just outside Puerto Natales, Singular Patagonia has brought history to life through the painstaking restoration of a turn of the century industry ingeniously woven through a world-class hotel and spa. Singular’s private custom-built boats take guests through the surrounding fjords to the Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers. The spa and renowned culinary program help visitors relax with supreme pampering. Continue onward to Punta Arenas, a historic port town and the launching grounds for many Antarctic explorations including Shakleton’s rescue of his men. Here you will join the ship passengers and await confirmation of the flight departure time.