Adventure in Argentine Patagonia

Los Glaciares National Park and Estancia Stay

Trip Details

Laguna de log Tres

What’s Included? Everything you need, plus everything you want.

  • Iconic sights: See some of Argentine Patagonia’s most iconic sights, including Mount Fitz Roy, Perito Moreno Glacier, and Lago Viedma.
  • Private guides: Drivers meet you for overland segments, and private guides ensure you get the most out of your explorations.
  • Estancia stay: Three days on a gracious estancia give you time to tap into the rhythms of the landscape.
  • BA: Explore the vibrant, historical city of Buenos Aires on your way in and out of Argentina.

Adventure in Argentine Patagonia

Trip Type: Custom-Made Travel

Territory: Oceania

Region: Patagonia

Trip Price: $8,550

Duration: 14 days/13 nights

Trip Begins/Ends: Buenos Aires / Buenos Aires

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All custom travel is tailored to the desires and interests of our traveling clients (see How Custom Travel Works tab). Trip pricing detailed is an estimate of the per person pricing for the sample itinerary detailed and includes all of the lodging, activities, and guided experiences described. Actual pricing for the trip designed expressly for you and others traveling with you will depend on the features and elements developed during the trip planning process. Travel with Off the Beaten Path requires agreement to our standard Terms & Conditions.

Energy Index

Energy Index Spectrum

No Sweat - 1-2 miles of walking or hiking per day, plus easy activities

Nice & Active – 3-6 miles of hiking or walking per day, plus physically active exploration

High Five! – 5-12 miles of hiking per day, plus possible peak bagging or other action-oriented fun

Adventure in Argentine Patagonia

Adventure in Argentine Patagonia - Energy Index

The Energy Index detailed above relates to the level of exertion associated with the sample trip detailed. This would be modified to fit the style and ability of your group as a part of the custom trip planning process

How custom-made travel works at Off the Beaten Path

We’ve been tailoring custom journeys for clients since our very inception in the mid-1980s! The process is all about connecting the interests of the travelers with the best that a given destination has to offer. To achieve this, we rely upon good ol’ fashioned conversation! Our geographically focused travel designer love to meet new people and learn about their interests for travel. Understanding your goals informs the process immensely and serves as the foundation for the development of a bespoke travel experience for you and yours.

The trip detailed on this web page is a sample of something we’ve done for other clients over the years. In order to start the process of designing your own custom travel experience, just call us at (800) 445-2995 and ask to speak with one of our Travel Advisors. After a bit of time on the phone, you will then have the opportunity to connect with one of our travel designers.

The entire planning process is very personalized and works in an iterative fashion until a final, perfect trip has been created. We then secure all of the lodging, activities, and guided experiences associated with your trip and send along abundant trip materials capturing these details – and much more about your travels!


Days 1-2: Buenos Aires

Arrive in Buenos Aires. Explore this vibrant, cosmopolitan city on your own or with a guide. 

Days 3: El Calafate, El Chaltén

Fly from BA to El Calafate. A private driver meets you and takes you to the small mountain village of El Chaltén and gateway to Los Glaciares National Park. 

Days 4-5: Los Glaciares National Park

Make the most of your full days with a private naturalist guide as you hike and explore Los Glaciares National Park. Your guide will tailor activities to your interests and energy level. 

Day 6-8: Lago Viedma, Helsingfors

A private driver takes you along Lago Viedma to Hosteria Helsingfors (which is still in Los Glaciares) for three days of hiking, riding, wildlife watching, and appreciating great food and hospitality. Stunningly nestled in a “Lord of the Rings” setting, the intimate hostería offers panoramic views of the lake, Mount FitzRoy, and the Andes Mountains. 

Days 9-12: El Calfate, Perito Moreno Glacier

A driver takes you back to El Calafate, your next base for adventure. This sets you up perfectly for a guided day at the incredible Perito Moreno Glacier, and a day of guided kayaking at the Upsala Glacier. At Upsala, a three-hour boat ride up the calm waters of the stunningly scenic Upsala Channel gets you to your kayaking spot. 

Days 13-14: Buenos Aires

Fly back to BA for a last evening and final day in the city. 

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