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Patagonia is an adventurer's dream. It serves up large doses of outdoor grandeur, most of it unspoiled and unpopulated. Getting around isn't so easy (for advice, see the Chilean Patagonia and Argentine Patagonia Fact Sheets), but make the effort and you'll be richly rewarded: Forests, glaciers, creeks, and lakes lace the slopes of the Andes, which divide Argentina from Chile, providing the backdrop for whale watching, horseback riding, hiking, and fishing.

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Water Sports in Argentine Patagonia

Despite its frigid waters, Argentine Patagonia offers unlimited opportunities for most water sports, offering both thrilling white-water descents in inflatable...more

see the Argentine Patagonia guide
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Torres del Paine National Park, Magallanes

The jewel of Patagonia, Torres del Paine is isolated from the rest of northern Chile by the Continental Ice Fields and deep fjords. As the main road from the...more

see the Chilean Patagonia guide
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Tierra del Fuego and Ushuaia

Argentina and Chile share ownership of the archipelago dubbed the "land of fire," their border bisecting Isla Grande, the largest island, in a north–south...more

see the Argentine Patagonia guide
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Tierra del Fuego and Cape Horn

Chile's Region XII, beginning around 49°S, includes the western half of Tierra del Fuego and hundreds of largely uninhabited islands running down the...more

see the Chilean Patagonia guide
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Southern AisÚn Province, Aisén

Traveling south from the Lake Region, travelers will come upon this remote, sparsely inhabited area of southern Aisén (also spelled Aysén), which...more

see the Chilean Patagonia guide
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Rafting and Kayaking in Chilean Patagonia

Rafting aficionados who know little else about Patagonia have heard of the "Fu"—Chile's Río Futaleufú, whose adrenaline-pumping Class V rapids...more

see the Chilean Patagonia guide
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Peninsula Valdés, Chubut

Peninsula Valdés, in the northeast of the southern Chubut Province, appears at first to be a near desert, a sliver of windswept Patagonian steppe that juts...more

see the Argentine Patagonia guide
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Los Glaciares National Park, Santa Cruz

Los Glaciares National Park is one of South America's most compelling natural spectacles. It is here that the 250-mile-long Southern Patagonian Ice...more

see the Argentine Patagonia guide
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Lake District of Argentina, Patagonia

Argentine Patagonia's most-visited region was formed when pre–Ice Age glaciers punched jagged holes through the Andean cordillera, leaving a network of...more

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Lake District and Northern AisÚn Province, Aisén

South of Puerto Montt is the turnoff to Alerce Andino National Park, named after its 4,000-year-old alerce trees, which look like redwoods. You'll find an...more

see the Chilean Patagonia guide
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