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Adventures In Patagonia + Iguazu Extension PAI

Trip Duration 17 Days

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Adventures In Patagonia + Iguazu ExtensionScores 8.7 out of 10 based on 14 reviews
(8 out of 10)


Good itinerary and great guide who was very knowledgeable and informative. A couple of long days on the bus, but difficult to see how this could have been avoided, and on the plus side it enabled us to see countryside that we wouldn't have otherwise. Accommodation hood, but hotel in Buenos Aires could have been better. If you go on the boat ride at Iguazu, wear your bathers!
Confirmed traveller: 28 February 2017
Published on: 05 March 2017
(9 out of 10)


This tour involved a lot of travel, because Argentina/Patagonia is a big place. But the natural and scenic highlights were terrific and well worth the effort. The tour was very well organised, busy, and very well led by the charismatic and thoughtful Andres. The local guides too were all excellent and informative. The long walks were very rewarding and there were alternatives for the couple of members of the group who decided they were too strenuous.
We were fortunate with the weather and enjoyed the unsurpassed scenery at the Beagle Channel with its penguins, Torres del Paine, Perito Merino and Iguacu in glorious sunshine.
The optional trips although a bit expensive shouldn't be missed and Igacu was simply astounding.
There were good opportunities to see some of the culture and history as well in the different locations.
The food - and also the wine - was hearty and enjoyable. Argentina has of course a love affair with beef although this does not extend so much to vegetables!
Top tips: stay on for a day in Buenos Aires if possible, invest a tenner in a travel kettle and some tea bags, bring plenty of US dollars.
Confirmed traveller: 27 February 2017
Published on: 10 March 2017
(8 out of 10)


Gerrards Cross
Most hotels were good; one was inferior, others satisfactory. Very good hotel on Iguazu extension.

Itinerary was very good, but our tour was affected by the weather.

Tour leader was very likeable and efficient, but gave very little background information on Patagonia, or Argentina or Chile in general. Information such as history, politics, education, industry, religion which is normally given by the Expore leader on other tours, but was missing on this tour.
Confirmed traveller: 01 March 2016
Published on: 10 March 2016
(8 out of 10)


Highlights were so many, Torres Del Paine was fabulous along with the Puerto Moreno glacier, the petrified forest, the many other glaciers, the open air, walks/hikes, the food, the company, the guides and the drivers. Our tour guide Georgina Gentile was fabulous, very knowledgable and always had time for us, she really added to the trip. Patagonia is a vast place and we saw a small section of it, that said, what we did see was stunning and way beyond my expectations.
My number 1 recommendation would be definately do this tour, it is awesome! Make sure you take plenty of US dollars (currency) as you get much better value this way rather than using a card or local currency
A truely memorable trip, thank you.
Confirmed traveller: 02 November 2015
Published on: 19 November 2015
(8 out of 10)

Confirmed traveller

The highlights were the Perito Moreno glacier and the Iguazu Falls. However, there was a lot of travelling and what felt like dead time in Buenos Aires and Iguazu.A faultless performance!
Confirmed traveller: 09 July 2015
Published on: 07 November 2015
(9 out of 10)

Confirmed traveller

There were lots of highlights on this trip from mountains to glaciers to waterfalls but for me the main highlight was climbing to the base of the towers at Torres del Paine. This was my main reason for the trip and I achieved my goal in brilliant weather. The view up there was fantastic!Remiro was so thorough and clear in explaining what to expect and what choices we had in good time. He looked after us well and we all felt secure and relaxed.
Confirmed traveller: 16 February 2015
Published on: 11 December 2015
(10 out of 10)


I particularly enjoyed the whole of the time in Patagonia. The Explore Leader was so well informed, enthusiastic and created a relaxed atmosphere. He chose very varied restaurants all of which served delicious food.

There is a problem with the small luggage allowance on the domestic flights when you are visiting places with such different climates. it was very helpful to be able to leave luggage in the hotel in Buenos Aires but it may also be useful to inform clients about the possibility and cost of excess baggage on the domestic flights.

Extra days in Buenos Aires are necessary if you want to see the city because there is a lot to see
Confirmed traveller: 08 February 2015
Published on: 02 October 2015
(8 out of 10)


Newcastle upon Tyne
the Isazu falls two days full of spectacular views of this wonder of the world
Confirmed traveller: 03 February 2015
Published on: 13 October 2015
(8 out of 10)


The highlights of the trip were the 2 hikes to Torres del Paine and Mt Fitzroy plus the Beagle channel hike and boat ride. Both the long hikes were quite demanding though, with steep scramble/climbs at the end - but worth it for the views. Organisation was excellent and transport and accommodation fine. There are some long bus rides though. I found the bus trips through the Patagonian steppe interesting and engaging but they are not to everyone's taste. The weather was kind to us - cold but manageable, but the wind is incredible; my wife was blown over! We also liked Buenos Aires; the tourist tours are fine but we appreciated the chance to wander on our own - try MALBA, the modern art gallery. The food on the trip is OK, bearing in mind that everything has to driven down to Patagonia - the supermarket in Ushaia must the most depressing in the world. But the steak in Buenos Aires is incredible.
Unless you plan to travel to South America frequently the extension to Iguazu Falls is a must. A huge contrast from desolation and 5C to crowded and 30C but the falls are extraordinary and the contrast between the Brazilian and Argentinian sides quite marked.
If you are reasonably fit (we were in our late 60s) and interested go for it!
Confirmed traveller: 25 November 2014
Published on: 02 October 2015
(9 out of 10)


Adelaide/South Australia
Buenos Aires such a vibrant city and the tango show was fantastic.
Stunning scenery in Patagonia with some great walks.
Iguazu falls would have to be the most stunning waterfall on the planet.
Confirmed traveller: 11 November 2014
Published on: 07 October 2015