The Perfect Patagonia Packing List

Patagonia packing list

This Patagonia packing list has everything you need to take with you if you intend to hike in Patagonia. I first visited Patagonia in February 2012 and although it was the peak of the summer, sudden weather changes were a regular occurrence, and snow happened a few times, catching my by surprise. Fast-forward a few … Read more

30 Things To Know Before Traveling To Patagonia

traveling to Patagonia

Many avid hikers dream of traveling to Patagonia. Spanning across two countries, Patagonia is huge, very diverse and simply breathtaking. But traveling around Patagonia is easier said than done: the weather is unpredictable; the infrastructure often lacking, and the prices higher than what you’d would hope for. I have been to Patagonia a few times … Read more

Hiking In Patagonia: 15 Best Hikes In Patagonia

hiking in Patagonia

Hiking in Patagonia is as good as it gets. The quality and variety of the trails; the unique wildlife; the clean air and – most importantly – the incredible views throughout make it an incredible experience. One thing you must understand, though, is that Patagonia is huge. It spans between the southern regions of Chile … Read more

A Complete Guide To Hiking Laguna Esmeralda

Laguna Esmeralda

The one to Laguna Esmeralda easily qualifies as the best hike in Tierra del Fuego and Patagonia. It’s not a strenuous trek at all – it is fairly short and with very little ascent. The stunning scenery and the challenges of the trail, however, make it one you will remember. If you plan to just … Read more

A Complete Guide To Hiking To Laguna Torre

Laguna Torre

The hike to Laguna Torre is one of the best in Patagonia and can be easily enjoyed when visiting El Chalten, Argentina’s trekking capital. This is a moderate hike, with little ascent and gorgeous scenery along the way. It goes to a beautiful glacier-fed lake that sits at the base of Cerro Torre. Much like … Read more

A Guide To The Huayna Picchu Hike

Huayna Picchu hike

The Inca Trail is a historic hiking trail in Peru that ends at one of the country’s most important ancient Incan sites, Machu Picchu. This site is about 75 kilometers (47 miles) from Cusco and Huayna Picchu Mountain (which is also referred to as Wayna Picchu) is the peak that towers above it. The Huayna … Read more

What You Must Know About The Caminito Del Rey Hike

Caminito del Rey hike

The Caminito del Rey hike is easily the most popular hike in Spain. Should you be exploring the region of Malaga and its province, you will surely want to visit picturesque towns and enjoy a day at the beach. But if you feel the need to get out of town and stretch your legs, the … Read more