In Argentina’s south, lies the gorgeous and infamous Patagonian region. Known for its exquisite beauty and breathtaking adventures, Patagonia is a must see to those visiting Argentina.
The Patagonian region of South America also includes Chile, although most of it resides within Argentina. Patagonia was named by Magellan, referring to the Tehuelche people’s large moccasins, which made their feet appear huge. Charles Darwin’s account of the native wildlife in Patagonia is still considered as relevant today as it was back then. This gives an indication of how authentically wild Patagonia remains 170 years later. IN the little known fact category, Patagonia is also the final resting place of Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid. Solar Tours has been offering trips to Patagonia for more than 20 years and has a variety of trips which cover the entire region.
Because of Patagonia’s size, it can be a trip all in its own rather than a side excursion. This stunning region of Argentina is known as some of the best traveling in the world, albeit a bit rustic. The summer months are the most popular for travel in Patagonia, because of the temperate weather. Early summer can still be very cool and the nights can be downright cold. Cruising throughout the region is an outstanding choice as it is one of the world’s most pristine and magnificent areas. On many itineraries, you will sail through the Straits of Magellan and the Beagle Channel and through the land of fire called Tierra del Fuego. You can experience the magnificent views of glaciers, awesome Patagonian scenery, penguins, whales and the other abundant flora and fauna. With daily Zodiac launches, there will be plenty of time to hike, admire and get up close and personal with nature.
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