Patagonia Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia


Patagonia – travel here to the land that time forgot and set out on the journey of a lifetime where Mother Nature runs the show.

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#Patagonia, the fabled ‘edge of the world’, spans the southernmost regions of Chile and Argentina and can be rugged and desolate as well as breathtakingly beautiful and inviting.

This last frontier of South America is a colorful mosaic of snow-capped mountains, icebergs, volcanoes, glaciers, forests, lakes and vast steppe plains. This is a land of legendary beauty.

On the Argentinean side, the scenic Road of the 7 Lakes takes you from San Martín de los Andes to Villa La Angostura and finally San Carlos de Bariloche, a popular ski resort on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi. Trekking opportunities, national parks and awe-inspiring glaciers await you when on #vacation here.

On the Chilean side of Patagonia, the regional capital Punta Arenas attracts visitors with its colonial architecture, cultural attractions and hospitality. Caves, horse riding and hiking opportunities, peaks and waterfalls are ripe for exploring.

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  1. Let's not forget the dark side of Argentina.
    Even today the Argies are addicted to the mindset of colonial conquerors: I see the land, I want it, so I come to conquer it, fuck the people who live there.

    The entire country was born out of bloody colonial conquests by Spanish colonizers. The way they expanded to and subjugated Patagonia in 1870-80s was just blood curdling. Even by contemporary colonial standard the cruelty was shocking and scandalous. The UK was once the leader in colonialism. However, since WWII, a new value system and risen across the globe. Colonial conquest is a thing of the past. In the new era of democracy and rule of law, the international norm of settling issues concerning sovereignty is democratic self-determination. The UK embraced the value of democracy and voluntarily got rid of her entire Empire – remember the UK was never militarily defeated by any colonial uprisings. The decolonization process was entirely voluntary as UK recognized local peoples' rights to self-determination.

    Argentina was the only country in the Western Hemisphere that didn't give a fuck about self-determination. Even at present – the 21st century, their mentality is little different from their Conquistador ancestors in the 16th century. It'd be fine if Argentina were a great power like Russia or China, so it could simply use it muscles and get away with it. Too bad it wasn't. It has no muscles. It is LITERALLY the ONLY EXAMPLE IN HUMAN HISTORY of an industrialized First-World country slowly sliding backwards to the rank of Third-World developing country. And its military was far better at staging domestic coups and massacring its own civilians than fighting a foreign country.

    And yet even now, nearly 40 years after the defeat of its shameful invasion of Falkland, it still tries to claim Falkland. What a joke. Its dream of 21st century colonialism is a joke. Its fantasy of bullying a country like UK is a joke. Its plan of destroying a British territory's democracy is a joke. The whole fucking country is a joke.

  2. Wow , looking at the beautiful landscapes during the COVID-19 lockdown. Wishing best for all of us and hoping to visit these magical lands .

  3. I thought Argentina is a plain Spanish country. But I was surprised of this beautiful place of Patagonia 💕💕💕 Argentine people are so lucky to have Patagonia.

  4. If I compare with overpriced and over celebrated Switzerland, this part of the world with exceptional remoteness and outstanding wilderness as seen through the beauty of its landscape, is much better. Only other places which can give Patagonia a run for its money could be Iceland, Wales, or possibly Newzealand.


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