Learn about the towns and cities of Patagonia, both in Chile and Argentina, that act as important gateways to Patagonia's incredible natural wonders.
Ushuia, ArgentinaUshuaia's claim to fame is that it's the world's southernmost city on Isla Grande of Tierra del Fuego. A scenic spot featuring mountain, ocean and forest views, it's also the launching pad to explore Tierra del Fuego National Park.
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.