exploring the end of the world
The region of Patagonia is a large swath of land in the southern cone of Chile and Argentina. It tests your mental and physical capacity as you explore difficult terrain, befriend strange animals and battle wind, hail and snow all at the same time.
Patagonia will never meet your expectations, because its sheer beauty and wild lands will stop you in your tracks. It is incomparable in its majesty, and an important bucket list item for every adventure traveler.
If you’re like me, your Instagram feed is inundated with scores of travel bloggers posing in front of the same destinations, whether it’s the quintessential photo in Machu Picchu, or the ever-popular Uyuni Salt Flats in Bolivia. But if you’re looking for offbeat travel destinations to visit in South America, you’ve come to the right place. We gathered up the best travel bloggers in the industry to help us highlight their favorite places to visit in South America.
It’s one of the world’s longest countries, at over 2600 miles from north to south. Chile hosts some of the most beautiful geographical diversity, and is also one of the largest wine exporters. The country has plenty of accolades to its name, which can also make it overwhelming to the first-time visitor. So I wanted to share some of my favorite highlights, chosen from my own travels and themed around some of the best aspects of this South American gem.
Check out this guide to discover the best places to eat and drink in Coyhaique, Chile.
The famous Torres del Paine is nothing short of spectacular, and I spent the entire time snapping photos of all the famous landmarks. This is a photo journal to help inspire your own trip to the beautiful Patagonia region of Chile.
Patagonia is the most beautiful place I’ve ever visited. Even after seeing thousands of photos from social media and fellow bloggers, it was still jaw dropping to see it in person. Since Patagonia is a large region spanning Chile and Argentina, I only scraped the surface by visiting Torres del Paine. But it was still worth every second.