Located in the southern part of Chile and Argentina, Patagonia is a beautiful, relatively untouched and remote region. The nature is wild and barren. The large open spaces can be as impressive as the sight of the magnificent mountains and breathtaking views. In its enormous scale, Patagonia offers heaps of potential experiences, landscapes and wildlife.
Patagonia covers an area of around 300,000 square miles (777,000 sq. km.), including some islands of the Argentinean Antartica and South Atlantic, as well as the popular territory of Tierra del Fuego, found on the most southern point of the continent. This region is very sparsely populated having approximately 1.5 people per sq. km.
Almost 500 species of animals inhabit Patagonia, including sea lions, birds and a variety of fish, amphibians and reptiles. It is one of the places where you can see the Southern Right Whales, and sometimes, at a certain time of the year, Orcas may show up at any time patroling the coasts.
In its enormous scale, Patagonia offers heaps of potential experiences, landscapes and wildlife.