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Situated on the southern tip of South America, Patagonia spans across both Chile and Argentina. The remote region of Patagonia is 1.043 million km² and occupies over 50% of both countries.

Despite this, Patagonia only has a population of around 2 million people. This lack of people, stunning mountains, and abundance of wildlife makes Patagonia one of the most amazing places to visit in the world!

Throughout Patagonia, there are lots of national parks to explore with Chile’s most famous being Torres del Paine National Park and Argentina’s being Los Glaciares National Park. Both of these parks are some of the most visited in the region and their beauty is both unique and impressive. 

However, as we discovered, there is plenty more to explore throughout Patagonia (as you’ll see below!)

Planning a Trip to Patagonia

Popular Places in Patagonia

Patagonia Tours

Popular Attractions in Patagonia

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