I want to go to Patagonia.

I really want to go to Patagonia.  I’ve done some reading on it that said January is one of the best times to travel there and that you should book your trip a year in advance. It doesn’t look like I’ll be going to Patagonia in January 2013 at this rate, but maybe January 2014? One can hope. I would ideally fit Argentina and Chile into one trip, but I’m not sure if that is realistic. Any tips?

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12 thoughts on “I want to go to Patagonia.

      1. independently – its becasue I live in Puerto Montt (orginally Poland) 🙂 I saw lots of people traveling alone in this places. All is really good prepared for tourists. But if you want to be more sure better take a guide 🙂

  1. January is really a good time to come here (I live in Neuquen, Argentina)! I suggest you to go to Junín de los Andes (Parque Nacional Lanín is beautifull) and Cholila, in Chubut is a magic place!

      1. I guess I should figure that out. I haven’t had a chance to really look in detail on it yet, but I aim to gather that information this fall to plan for a trip in January 2014.

      2. You have to visit Villa La Angostura, Villa Traful, Villa Pehuenia, Ushuaia, El Calafate… Try to visit the national parks, Lanin (which is a volcano!), Los alerces, Nahuel Huapi… Patagonia´s a great place to adventure!

    1. Oh a 10K? good job! I can barely handle a 5k haaha. I have somehow managed to get sick before the past two times I’ve traveled by plane, so I’m not sure if I can handle that. I would imagine a trip to Patagonia would include a lot of hiking, so I would need to ramp up my exercise before the trip.

  2. I want to go as well, but having been all over the world I’ve never been anywhere where I need to book a year in advance. I suppose if you want to have a specific room in a specific popular lodge somewhere, or do something really really popular. Guess what I’m saying is I doubt seriously whether you actually have to book things a year in advance for Patagonia.

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