Patagonia Road Trips

Discover Patagonia: Epic Road Journeys Through Untamed Landscapes
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Embark on an unforgettable Patagonia road trip, cruising through vast plains, past shimmering lakes, and alongside majestic mountain ranges. Experience the raw beauty of southern South America from behind the wheel, taking in iconic landmarks and hidden gems along the way. Every twist and turn offers a new adventure in this epic land of natural wonders.

Top 5 Patagonia Road Trip Packages for 2023 & 2024

Tour NameDurationDestinationsType of trip
18 Day Argentina trip from Iguazu to PatagoniaBuenos Aires, Location, Multi-Destination, Patagonia, Puerto Iguazu, Ushuaia
3 Days - Luxury Buenos AiresBuenos Aires
5 Days - Buenos Aires and its artistic expressionsBuenos Aires
5 Days - Latin-American history in Buenos AiresBuenos Aires
4 Days - Buenos Aires. City of TangoBuenos Aires

Our recommended Self Driving Patagonia Vacation

Buenos Aires - El Calafate - El Chaltén - Ushuaia - Puerto Iguazú

18 Day Argentina trip from Iguazu to Patagonia

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18 day Patagonia trip full of pure adventure in Argentina, visiting the best of Calafate, Chaltén, Ushuaia, ...
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Buenos Aires - El Calafate - El Chaltén - Ushuaia - Puerto Iguazú

18 Day Argentina trip from Iguazu to Patagonia

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Multi-Destination Patagonia Self Drive Tours

Patagonia: El Calafate - El Chaltén

6 Days – Patagonia Adventure in Calafate and Chaltén

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Patagonia, Ushuaia

5 Days – Ushuaia at the end of the world

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Patagonia, Ushuaia

4 Days – Whales and Penguins in Puerto Madryn

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Patagonia, El Calafate

4 Days – El Calafate and Four Patagonian Glaciers

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All our Road Trips to Patagonia

Patagonia, El Calafate

3 Days – Calafate and the Moreno Glacier

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Patagonia, El Calafate

4 Days – El Calafate and Four Patagonian Glaciers

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Patagonia: El Calafate - El Chaltén

6 Days – Patagonia Adventure in Calafate and Chaltén

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Patagonia, Ushuaia

5 Days – Ushuaia at the end of the world

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Combine with other Latin American destinations

Buenos Aires

4 Days – Buenos Aires. City of Tango

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Buenos Aires

5 Days – Latin-American history in Buenos Aires

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Buenos Aires

5 Days – Buenos Aires and its artistic expressions

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Buenos Aires

3 Days – Luxury Buenos Aires

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Other Destinations for your trip

If you still haven’t found what you are looking for, you can continue exploring other destinations. We have more than 80 itineraries designed for different types of travelers and all of them can be adapted to your tastes or needs.

Ushuaia Tours

Ushuaia Tours

el chalten tours

El Chaltén Tours

El Calafate, Perito Moreno Glacier

El Calafate Tours

Bariloche Tours

Bariloche Tours

Wine tasting and dinner in Mendoza.

Mendoza Tours

Salta tours. Llamas at the Puna.

Salta Tours

Iguazu falls tour

Iguazu Falls Tours

antarctica Black Friday

Antarctica

Puerto Madryn Tours

Puerto Madryn Tours

ibera wetlands tours

Ibera Wetlands Tours

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Road Trip Patagonia FAQ's

The ideal time for a road trip in Patagonia is during the Southern Hemisphere's summer months, from December to March. This period offers milder temperatures and longer daylight hours.

While many major routes in Patagonia are paved and well-maintained, there are sections, especially in remote areas, that can be gravel or dirt. We recommend a suitable vehicle, like an SUV, for such terrains.

Generally, a valid driver's license from your home country and an International Driving Permit (IDP) are sufficient. However, always check local requirements before your trip.

Patagonia boasts numerous attractions, including Torres del Paine National Park, Perito Moreno Glacier, Mount Fitz Roy, and the coastal town of Ushuaia. Your route can be tailored based on your interests and time constraints.

Yes, Patagonia is generally safe for travelers. However, it's essential to be prepared for long stretches without services and to be aware of changing weather conditions, especially in mountainous areas. Always carry a road map, extra food, water, and ensure your vehicle is in good condition before setting out.

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