Punta Arenas, the main entry point for Chilean Patagonia, is either the start or the end of the world, depending on how you look at it.
El Calafate is an incredible outdoor adventure town on the south shore of Lago Argentino that serves as base camp for exploring Los Glaciares National Park.
El Chaltén is a small resort town at the base of Monte Fitz Roy that calls itself the Trekking Capital of Argentina.
Puerto Natales is 247 kilometres (153 miles) north of Punta Arenas and is the jumping off point for Patagonia adventure tours in the Torres Del Paine National Park. It's a charming little settlement of creatively constructed corrugated iron buildings, nestled between the Cerro Dorotea (which rises behind the town) and the eastern shore of the Seno Ultima Esperanza (Last Hope Sound). Hiking, ice-hiking, sea kayaking, boat trips and biking can all be done in and around the area.
Above all, we aim to be amazing hosts. We're proud of our kiwi roots, and our professional, warm and relaxed style of running trips around the world is unforgettable.
We're VERY picky about who we select to work in our team, and we have people from all over the world lining up to guide our trips. So we get to hire the absolute BEST in the business.
As soon as you get off the plane, we've got all the details of your vacation covered – top notch meals, comfortable transport & accommodation, amazing guides and INCREDIBLE service.
Whether you’re new to adventure travel, or you’ve never travelled in a group before, you’ll find yourself arriving home positively different from when you left.
With our small groups (no more than 14), you'll get to know our team, your fellow travellers, and have the flexibility and freedom to do as much (or as little!) as you like.
It's all about getting there under your own steam – on foot, in a sea kayak, or by bike. What better way is there to experience mind blowing scenery? If it's your first time, no worries – our expert guides have got you covered.