- YOU GET IN TOUCH WITH NATURE IN A SPECIAL WAY
On South America’s southern frontier, nature grows wild, barren and beautiful. Spaces are large, as are the silences that fill them. For the newly arrived and also for those who come back, Patagonia offers an innumerable wealth of potential experiences and landscapes.
The impressive sight of Patagonia’s jagged peaks, pristine rivers and large non contaminated forests can mean a life changing experience: getting in touch with the crystalline waters lakes and rivers, trekking the green untouched mountains, visiting the natural protected areas can make you understand how important is to stand up for our planet earth.
2. PATAGONIA IS FOR EVERY AGE
The wide range of places you can visit and activities you can do makes Patagonia the perfect place for every age. You can have a quiet family holiday, a great time with friends or an adventure trip since you can find activities that suits every age!
3. FABULOUS LANDSCAPES
Patagonia is home to the southern section of the Andes mountain range, with deserts, steppes, grasslands, large lakes, crystalline rivers and two long coasts. It boasts huge glaciers, icebergs and natural national parks. Wherever you go in Patagonia, you’ll be wowed by the stunning scenery, specially if you travel down the mythic Route 40. The lakes region is a particular special zone because of its amazing mountains, where pristine rivers are born to run through virgin forests and end in large and beautiful lakes.
4. ADVENTURE HOLIDAYS
In Patagonia you can experience unforgettable activities such as horse riding, kayaking, paragliding, canopy, short and long trekking and camping up the mountain or by the shore of amazing lakes with a dreamed landscape.
5. DELICIOUS REGIONAL PRODUCTS AND A UNIQUE CULTURE
One of the main local production in Patagonian lakes region is the organic growth of strawberries, sweet berries, cranberries, cherries and blackberries. Local people produce delicious jams, ice creams, liqueurs and preserves with this fruits and also cakes that you can’t miss. Moreover, smoked foods such as trout, salmon, deer and wild boar are typical of this region.
Members of various European communities who came to these lands attracted by natural beauty, had provided expertise in the manufacture of homemade chocolate, sweets with fine fruit and the smoked foods. Also liqueurs and preserves are added to regional products as well as those derived from native and introduced species that make up the Andean-Patagonian flora. Many species are used in cosmetics such as creams and oils (like rosehip case) or as perfumes and essences (e.g. extracted from the lavender).