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Best Tours in El Calafate

The Best Tours in El Calafate

Walk through the charming city of El Calafate. Spend three full days touring Los Glaciares National Park, where the Perito Moreno Glacier, the navigation through the north channel, and El Calafate city stand out. Conclude with a full-day tour to the spectacular Torres del Paine National Park in Chile. These are the tours you shouldn’t miss in El Calafate:

El Calafate

El Calafate

The charming city of El Calafate is located on the shores of the majestic Argentino Lake, of glacial origin, and guarded by the Huyliche hill, with beautiful panoramic views. El Calafate is the gateway to the amazing Los Glaciares National Park. Where to eat?😋

Laguna Nímez

Nímez Lagoon

Nímez Lagoon is a captivating nature reserve encompassing lagoons and wetlands. It’s a haven for bird enthusiasts, featuring an array of avian species like flamingos and swans. Stroll along well-maintained trails to enjoy breathtaking Patagonian vistas.

Perito Moreno Glacier

Perito Moreno Glacier

One of the most famous glaciers in the world, the Perito Moreno, originates from the Southern Patagonian Ice Field. It is one of the few glaciers in the world that still continues to advance causing beautiful ice calving. Do not miss the trek on this amazing ice giant.

Argentino Lake

Argentino Lake

This fantastic boat ride through the North Channel of the Argentino Lake begins at the port of Punta Bandera, crosses channels embellished by deep blue icebergs, and allows you to appreciate the Upsala, Seco, Heim, Peinetta and Spegazzini glaciers.

The Best Tours in El Chaltén

El Chaltén

El Chaltén is a small tourist village located within “Los Glaciares National Park”, it is considered the national capital of hiking. Among the many adventures that begin in El Chaltén, the hike to “Laguna de los Tres” in front of the Fitz Roy massif stands out.

Torres del Paine

This journey begins in El Calafate, crossing the infinite Patagonian steppe and entering Chile. Torres del Paine National Park dazzles with dreamlike landscapes. Rivers, lakes, valleys, glaciers and the massif where the peaks “Los Cuernos” and “Las Torres” stand out.

Calafate berry

Where to eat in El Calafate?

El Calafate’s cuisine is infused with the unique flavors of Patagonia. It’s a fusion of indigenous traditions, European influences, and local ingredients, resulting in a taste you won’t find anywhere else. Many of the ingredients used in local dishes are sourced from the pristine landscapes of Patagonia. The lamb grazes on the region’s lush pastures, the trout swims in crystal-clear streams, and the berries grow wild. This freshness elevates every dish.

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