Argentina is a country of a hundred different biomes. While traveling the sweeping planes, the frozen summits of the Andes, or the endless forests and deserts, Argentina can feel like a whole new planet to explore.

Ryder-Walker’s Patagonia: The Lakes District Trek focuses on the mountainous region of Patagonia along the border with Chile. Patagonia combines the majesty of the Himalayas with the comfort of the Alps, a stunning and precipitously vertical region where 20,000-foot mountains crash into the rolling plains and cobalt blue lakes below. The Lakes District of Patagonia is the region with the highest concentration of horizon-spanning alpine lakes, which are complemented with lively tourist centers such as the city of Bariloche. Some highlights include the deep crystalline waters of the Cajon del Azul, or Blue Canyon, and the desolate wilderness of Los Arrayanes National Park.

The culture of the Lakes District is a vibrant and welcoming one. Bariloche, for example, is the Argentinian take on a mountain sports town, almost like Chamonix in France, where visitors and locals alike congregate to plan mountain expeditions, sip coffee in outdoor cafes, and set out on life-changing hikes. The accommodations in the Lakes District are absolutely incredible considering the remoteness of the region, with a collection of mountain inns and nature preserves that rival even the most comfortable hotels while also providing you with instant access to the Patagonian wilderness.

Guided Tours: Argentina

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Step into Patagonia, a land of vast steppe grasslands, rugged and beautiful coastlines, endless foothills, and forests of indigenous trees. Patagonia’s lakes and rivers sparkle with infinite hues of blue while the massive volcanoes and jagged granite peaks of the Andean cordillera (the longest continental mountain range in world) rise abruptly against the skyline. It is no secret that Patagonia ...

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Guided Tour Date

March 6-15, 2025




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*All prices are per person based on double occupancy and subject to change