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Argentina – Patagonia Holidays Adventure

Trekking  +  walking
Trekking + walking
Tour details
Destinations: El Chaltén, El Calafate
Guide language: English
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This Patagonia Holiday is perfect for anyone looking for a once in a life time adventure holiday. Starting at El Calafate and goes all the way down to Ushuaia, visiting Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre (maybe the two most emblematic mountains of Patagonia) as well as Perito Moreno Glacier (only one in the world that shows a closure and rupture process), Torres del Paine National Park in Chile and eventually across the Magellan Strait into Tierra del Fuego to end our tour in the “city of the end of the world”. There will also be the chance to explore this beautiful area on any free days that have been incorporated into this itinerary. During this itinerary there is also the an opportunity to take part in an optional excursion which is boat trip in the picturesque Tempanos Channel.  This Patagonia tour offers the very best experience, which you will travel in actively, enjoying the company of fellow travellers.
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We welcome you at Calafate airport and we transfer you to town to check in at your hostel. You get the rest of the day to explore and enjoy the town. Later you have your welcome dinner.
Overnight Inn
Day 2: Bus to El Chalten – Laguna Capri (B,L,D)
After breakfast we take our bus for the 220 km long drive to El Chaltén, a small and picturesque village at the foot of Fitz Roy & Cerro Torre massif. We make a stop half way to enjoy local pastries and hot coffee. Once in Chaltén, we’ll meet fellow travelers coming from up north (Route 40) and start our trek. We carry only what is necessary in our packs for this 2 nights and 3 days in which we’ll spend the night in our Full Camp inside the National Park.
We hike up a gentle slope on Fitz Roy trail to gain height over the River de las Vueltas valley up to the first viewpoints over Fitz Roy massif. Our hike to Laguna Capri will take us no more than 2 and a half hours, in a clear and easy trail. Once on our Laguna Capri Full Camp, we leave our stuff in our tent and we enjoy an afternoon walk to the sightseeing points around the lagoon.
Full Camps are pitched up early in the season, so we find the camp ready upon arrival. It offers comfortable 3 person igloo type tents for each 2 passengers, with mattresses and sleeping bags. An inside cotton sheet is provided as inner clothing for the sleeping bag. The camp also features a spacious dinning tent, a kitchen tent, tables, benches or chairs and a full set of table service and kitchenware. The sanitary services are latrine-type.
Lodging at Laguna Capri Full Camp in double tent (rural area)
Early in the morning, before the first coffee, we can try to match up the morning Light getting pink in Fitz Roy granite walls. You only need this to feel the trip is worthwhile. But of course the day offers much more.
After breakfast, carrying only day personal items such as our parka, gloves, our camera, water bottle and box lunch, we hike along Fitz Roy trail up to Rio Blanco, climbers basecamp to the east side of the mountain. From here a steep 1 h trail leads us to one of the most spectaculars viewpoints of the National Park: Laguna de los Tres, with its zephyr blue colour, lays at the foot of the massif, offering full close up views of Fitz Roy massif spires and glaciers. Each wall rises something from 600 to 1500 mts above the surrounding glaciers. Fitz Roy, with its 3405 mts above sea level, is considered the “King of Patagonia” and also considered one of the three most beautiful mountains on Earth (together with Alpamayo in Perú and K2 in the Karakoram). We hike back to Laguna Capri in the late afternoon. Walking time is 5 to 6 hs.
All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of Pioneer Expeditions
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