As forms of transport go, a ship through the silent, undisturbed nature of the Chilean fjords sounds particularly romantic. And the Navimag ferry, which sails alongside green-fringed coastline of national parks and reserves pursued by schools of dolphins and the occasional whale, definitely sounds like one of the most unique ways of exploring Patagonia. But is …
There are few places on earth quite like Patagonia. It is a land of extremes: dusty, barren steppe blends into the sharp peaks of the Andes Mountains that cuts through the Chilean and Argentine sides of the region, while milky blue glaciers hang precariously over equally milky blue lakes and huge colonies of birds and marine wildlife squawk and shuffle on beaches and through pristine nature.
Patagonia has quickly become my favourite destination in South America, after having spent over four months there between 2016 and 2018. For many travellers, Patagonia is adventurous as it gets, which is why I’ve written extensive, comprehensive Patagonia travel guides about when to visit Patagonia, where to go, packing lists and travel itineraries.
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