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Free Bed & Breakfast night in the Cotswolds

One of the best ways to organise your own Tailor Made holiday is to come and talk to us in person. To help you plan your perfect trip, we will host you for one night's bed and breakfast accommodation, near our Cotswold offices in Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire. You can then meet a member of our team who can talk through our Tailor Made trekking and tour options, pore over books and maps and perhaps view some images of your proposed destination.

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Tailor Made Holidays to Patagonia

To discuss your holiday plans please call 01453 844400 to speak to one of our experts or complete a Tailor Made enquiry form.

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Our favourite things to see and do in Patagonia

Trek to Las Torres Lookout, Torres del Paine National Park

This is an eight-hour walk there and back, but the views are so rewarding that it is well worth the effort. The mirador (lookout point) for the Towers of Paine is at 900m/2,952ft.  This is a great place to take fantastic photos of these dramatic peaks.

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Take a boat from Ushuaia to Navarino Island

Take a walk in the wilderness. It is a 40 minute crossing from Ushuaia to reach the southern-most end of Chile, Navarino Island. The mountain range of Dientes de Navarino forms the back bone of the island.

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Walk to El Morado glacier & lagoon

Just a couple of hours drive from Santiago, the walk to the El Morado Glacier and lagoon makes the ideal acclimatisation hike (2,551m/8,370ft) at the start of your walking holiday in Chile. It is a three-hour walk up rocky slopes to the sparkling glacier. Stop for a tasty picnic before returning to the vehicle.

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Visit the Perito Moreno glacier, Los Glaciares National Park

The snout of the glacier always has huge chunks of ice calving into the lake and if you are lucky you will witness the sight and sound of this amazing natural phenomenon. Your guide will be able to tell you all about the formation of the glacier as you walk along the shores of the lake. There will be ample time to enjoy the stunning views of the 60 foot high face of the glacier and undoubtedly, take numerous photographs.

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Trek on the Perito Moreno glacier, Los Glaciares National Park

You can take a short ice trek on the top of the immense Perito Moreno glacier. The trek will include a boat trip taking you up close to the impressive glacier face where you may see ice calving away into the waters. Before you begin your ice trek, you will be fitted with crampons and given full instructions. You don't need any technical experience or specialist footwear and, at the end of your walk you can enjoy a tipple 'on the rocks'. Cheers!

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Take an escorted tour of Santiago

Head ‘downtown’ to the Mercado Central, the bustling colourful market. Walk to the Plaza de Armas, Santiago’s main square surrounded by some of Chile’s finest architecture, then take in the views from the hilltop Cerro Santa Lucía – where Pedro Valdivia first founded Santiago in 1541.

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Visit the Perito Moreno glacier, Los Glaciares National Park

The snout of the glacier always has huge chunks of ice calving into the lake and if you are lucky you will witness the sight and sound of this amazing natural phenomenon. Your guide will be able to tell you all about the formation of the glacier as you walk along the shores of the lake. There will be ample time to enjoy the stunning views of the 60 foot high face of the glacier and undoubtedly, take numerous photographs.

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Break your journey with a night or two in Buenos Aires.

You can reach Patagonia by flying via Buenos Aires so why not break your journey with a stay in this cosmopolitan city. Take a guided tour to see the main attractions including:  the Obelisk; squares such as Plaza de Mayo, Plaza San Martin, Plaza Alvear; famous avenues including Avenida de Mayo, Corrientes and 9 de Julio; the historic neighbourhoods of La Boca and Telmo; the sombre cemetery at Recoleta where Eva Peron is interred; and the old port area. There's also plenty of shopping to do in the markets or in boutiques and you could finish your evening watching a tango.

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Take a boat from Ushuaia to Navarino Island

Take a walk in the wilderness. It is a 40 minute crossing from Ushuaia to reach the southern-most end of Chile, Navarino Island. The mountain range of Dientes de Navarino forms the back bone of the island.

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Trek the entire Torres del Paine Circuit

This is a superb, fully supported camping trek, covering the complete circuit of the Torres del Paine. The paths are good and there is a well-developed infrastructure in the park with well-maintained campsites (most with showers and toilets) refugios and small stores for buying drinks and snacks.  All camping equipment and your personal luggage will be carried for you, by a mixture of horse, boat and vehicle, as appropriate.  All you will need to carry on your trek is your day sack.

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Trek to Las Torres Lookout, Torres del Paine National Park

This is an eight-hour walk there and back, but the views are so rewarding that it is well worth the effort. The mirador (lookout point) for the Towers of Paine is at 900m/2,952ft.  This is a great place to take fantastic photos of these dramatic peaks.

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Walk along the Nordenskjold Trail, Torres del Paine National Park

Take the trail along the shores of Lago Pehoe. Admire its turquoise waters, and enjoy dramatic views of the Cuernos (horns) of Paine. 

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Walk to El Morado glacier & lagoon

Just a couple of hours drive from Santiago, the walk to the El Morado Glacier and lagoon makes the ideal acclimatisation hike (2,551m/8,370ft) at the start of your walking holiday in Chile. It is a three-hour walk up rocky slopes to the sparkling glacier. Stop for a tasty picnic before returning to the vehicle.

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Visit the Mylodon Cave

Take a short trail to the Mylodon cave in Chilean Patagonia, a huge cavern where remains of a prehistoric Mylodon (giant sloth) were found. The network of caves were home to other prehistoric creatures and some of the caves were inhabited by humans 11,000 years ago.

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