Los Glaciares National Park is situated in the southern Patagonian Andes, covering a wilderness area of 724,000 ha of exceptional natural beauty.

The Southern Patagonian Ice Field is the largest continental ice field after Antarctica and Greenland and the birthplace for hundreds of glaciers in Argentina and Chile.

The icy thongs reach the enormous glacial lakes, nestled between turquoise waters and thick Andean Patagonian forests.

Beneath the ice rise the Patagonian steppes with its characteristic tablelands reaching out to the horizon; habitat for guanacos, lesser rheas, gray fox and the puma.


Perito Moreno Glacier is without a doubt the most distinguished of the approximately 300 glaciers in Los Glaciares National Park.

The river of ice advances over Argentino Lake ending with a five kilometers wide and 50-70 meters high front wall.

The beautiful catwalks and belvederes allow tourists to observe the glacier from up close and from diverse heights and perspectives.

There is also an option to walk on the glacier. When traversing the white behemoth, lagoons, waterfalls and deep, infinitely blue crevasses unfold.


The third biggest lake in South America covers 1560 km2; where magnificent glaciers, such as Perito Moreno, Spegazzini and Upsala discharge continuously enormous masses of ice into the lake, creating remarkable icebergs that float seemingly timeless on the lake.

Boating excursions offer different routes and different service levels, ranging from one hour tours in front of the Perito Moreno to full day excursions and even 2 day deluxe cruises, visiting all the hidden corners and fjords of the lake.

Day navigations can be combined with land-based activities at Estancia Cristina to get a view of the mighty Upsala glacier with the Patagonian ice field as a background and landscapes immersed in the Andean Patagonian wilderness.


El Chaltén is a small mountain village located at the foot of the Fitz Roy massif, known the world over for its excellent trekking conditions. Cerro Fitz Roy raises its granite walls to a height of 3375 meters, secreting away unspoiled lakes and landscapes.

The beautiful and varied trekking trails cut through mountainsides and lively forests and lead to breathtaking panoramic views, lost lagoons and monumental granite walls, glaciers and ice packed peaks.

The trails have good signage and range in difficulty from easy 2 hour walks to demanding full day treks.