Abenteuerreise zu den Naturwundern von Patagonien Argentinien · Chile

Abenteuerreise zu den Naturwundern von Patagonien

  • Abenteuerreise durch Patagonien für junge Leute
  • Abwechslungsreiche Erlebnisreise von Santiago nach Ushuaia
  • Outdoor-Aktivitäten in Pucon
  • Wandern im Torres del Paine Nationalpark
  • Naturschauspiel Perito Moreno Gletscher
  • Bilderbuchlandschaft im Los Glaciares Nationalpark
  • Blicke auf Patagoniens Bilderbuchkulisse
  • Ushuaia - südlichste Stadt Argentiniens
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen
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22 Tage Argentinien · Chile

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Patagonien zählt zu den schönsten Regionen der Welt - entdecke die beeindruckende Natur auf dieser spannenden Abenteuerreise in eine der entlegensten Ecken des Planeten. Starte im kosmopolitischen Santiago über Pucón am Ufer des schönen Villarica Sees weiter nach Bariloche. Dort kannst du wunderschöne Aussichten genießen oder dich in Futaleufú in vielen Wassersportaktivitäten versuchen, bevor du den Colgante Hängegletscher bestaunst, den Los Glaciares Nationalpark entdeckst und von El Calafete aus einen Ausflug an den imposanten Perito Moreno Gletscher machst. Verbringe eine spannenden Zeit im Torres del Paine Nationalpark, in dem du die Flora und Fauna sowie spektakuläre Natur des Gebietes erkundest. Runde deine Reise in Ushuaia mit dem "Ende der Welt"-Stempel im Reisepass ab. Ein unvergessliches Abenteuer erwartet dich!

1. Tag: Santiago
2.-4. Tag: Pucón
5.-6. Tag: Bariloche
7. Tag : Futeleufu
8. Tag: Queulat
9. Tag: Coyhaique
10. Tag: - Perito Moreno
11.-12. Tag: El Chaltén
13.-14. Tag: El Calafate
15.-19. Tag: Torres del Paine Nationalpark
20. Tag: Unterwegs
21.-22. Tag: Ushuaia

Leistungen enthalten

  • Patagonien Overlandtour für junge Leute gemäß Programm
  • Transport in einem voll ausgerüsteten Overland-Truck
  • Camping- und Kochausrüstung (außer Schlafsack und Isomatte)
  • Campinggebühren
  • Unterkunft und Mahlzeiten wie beschrieben
  • Ausflüge und Aktivitäten:
    • Aussichten auf Volcano Villarica und Mount Fitz Roy
    • Fahrt zu den 7 Seen
    • Eintritt in den Parque Queulat Nationalpark und Torres del Paine Nationalpark

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • Local Payment (zahlbar vor Ort)
  • nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Reiseversicherung
  • persönliche Ausgaben & Trinkgelder
  • Flughafentransfers
  • Schlafsack und Liegematte
  • optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten

Unterbringung

14x Camping
6x Hostel
1x Standard-Hotel

Während des Campens übernachtest du in Zwei-Personen-Zelten. Alleinreisende werden zusammen mit einem/r Mitreisenden gleichen Geschlechts untergebracht. Die Camping- und Kochausrüstung wird zur Verfügung gestellt. Alles, was du brauchst ist ein eigener Schlafsack und eine Schlaf-/Isomatte.

Zusätzlich wird in Hotels, Hostels und/oder Mehrbettunterkünften übernachtet, die zwar einfach, aber dennoch sauber und in der Regel zentral gelegen sind. Die Zimmer sind in den meisten Fällen mit eigenem Bad ausgestattet, gelegentlich sind jedoch auch Gemeinschaftsbadezimmer möglich.

Die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer ist nicht möglich.

Verpflegung

17x Frühstück
16x Mittagessen
13x Abendessen

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter/Fahrer

Alle Reiseleiter zeichnen sich durch ihre Liebe zum Reisen und ihre Leidenschaft für Outdoor-Aktivitäten aus. Jedes Mitglied der Crew durchläuft ein spezielles Trainingsprogramm um sie für die Leitung unserer Touren zu qualifizieren.

Transportarten

LKW / Truck, Zu Fuß

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

Tourhotel in Santiago
Einzelzimmer: 56 EUR
Doppelzimmer: 31 EUR p.P.
Zweibettzimmer: 31 EUR p.P.

Tourhotel in Ushuaia
Einzelzimmer: 111 EUR
Doppelzimmer: 60 EUR p.P.

Flughafentransfer

Santiago
Preis pro Fahrzeug (maximal 3 Personen): 70 EUR

Ushuaia
Preis pro Fahrzeug (maximal 3 Personen): 73 EUR

Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

SANTIAGO:
Santiago Stadtbesichtigung US$25
Weingut-Tour etwa US$50

PUCÓN:
Klettern auf den Vulkan CH$ 10.000
Pferdeausritt ab CH$45.000
Rafting ab CH$25.000
Trekking Huerquehue CH$45 000

BARILOCHE:
Museum über Patagonen US$2.50 Spende
Cerro Catedral Skilifte ab US$20
Mountain bike Leihgebühr US$12
Circuito Chico, eine 60km lange Rundstrecke vorbei an den nahegelegenen Sehenswürdigkeiten, die mit dem öffentlichen Bus abgefahren werden kann

EL CHALTÉN:
Gletscher Bootsfahrt US$50
2-stündige Gletscher Bootsfahrt und Gang über den Gletscher US$150

EL CALAFETE:
Bootstrip zum Perito Moreno Gletscher ARS180
Regionalmuseum von El Calafate kostenfrei
Bootstrip auf dem Argentino See US$15
Reserva Municipal Laguna Nimez, Vogelschutzgebiet kleine Eintrittsgebühr
Perito Moreno Gletschertour US$42 zzgl. US$26 Nationalparkeintrittsgebühr

TORRES DEL PAINE NATIONALPARK:
4 Tage W-Trek (muss vorab gebucht werden) US$449
Pferde reiten US$40
Kayaking (zwischen den Eisbergen oder auf einem der Hauptflüsse) US$100
Grey Glacier Bootstour US$100
Katamaran-Fahrt im Torres del Paine NP (Hin- und Rückfahrt) CLP24000

USHUAIA:
Fahrt auf dem Beagle Kanal US$60
Eintritt in den Feuerland Nationalpark US$17
Flug über das Gebiet US$36-86
Ende der Welt-Zug US$35 zzgl. US$15 Parkeintritt
Museum am Ende der Welt US$4
Maritimes Museum und Ushuaia Gefängnis US$8

Bitte beachte, dass sich die Preise/Aktivitäten jederzeit ändern können.
Day 1 - Arrive Santiago
The first day of your tour is simply an arrival day with no pre-organised activities. In order to allow time to relax and see some of the sights you may wish to add pre-tour accommodation.

Pedro de Valdivia established Santiago in 1541 but, except for Santa Lucia hill where the original fortress was constructed, not much remains of its original glory. The hill offers good views of the city below, but for even better photo opportunities take a funicular railway to the top of San Cristobal where the Statue of the Virgin overlooks the capital and the distant Andes. At the viewing area there are wine-tasting facilities and a couple of brilliantly located swimming pools. In the Plaza Constitucion at the Palacio de la Moneda you can see the changing of the guard or you can take an optional excursion to the port of Valparaiso and the resort of Viña del Mar. Santiago is a very clean modern city with fountains, parks and buildings and of course, excellent nightlife.

Optional Excursions:

Santiago city tour – US$25
Vineyard tours approximately – US$50

Accommodation:
1 night in a hotel at Hotel Libertador or similar. No single room upgrade available.

Day 2 to 4 - Pucón
Heading south through vast vineyards, farmlands and pine-forests we come to Salto del Laja, where we stop for a photo of the waterfalls that drop 47 metres onto the rocks below. We continue to the Lake District of Chile and the picturesque town of Pucón, a small resort on Lake Villarrica below the perfect cone-shaped Villarrica volcano. The whole area is surrounded by lakes, mountains, forests, rivers and waterfalls and we have two free days to take advantage of the activities on offer such as volcano treks, white water rafting, horse riding, mountain biking and water sports.

Approximate Driving Time: Full Day Drive

Included Excursions:
Views of Volcano Villarrica

Optional Excursions:
Volcano climb – CH$ 10.000
Horse riding – from CH$45.000
Rafting – from CH$25.000
Trekking Huerquehue - CH$45 000

Accommodation:
3 night(s) camping at Parque La Poza or similar. No single room upgrade available.

Meals:
3 Breakfast(s), 3 Lunch(es), 3 Dinner(s)

Day 5 to 6 - Bariloche
Crossing the Andes and heading down into Argentina we make our way through stunning scenery of the Argentine Lake District passing Lago Espejo (Mirror Lake). Further south we reach the resort town of San Carlos de Bariloche on the shores of Lake Nahuel Haupi. This town is a famous winter ski resort, but it also has plenty to offer during other seasons. Built by Swiss and German immigrants in the alpine style, here you will find Swiss-style chalets, numerous chocolate shops and St. Bernard dogs with brandy barrels around their necks. There are excellent optional opportunities to take in the breathtaking views from the cable car, also the chance for some hiking or cycling.

Approximate Driving Time: Full Day Drive

Included Excursions:
7 Lakes Drive

Optional Excursions:
Museo de la Patagonia – US$2.50 donation
Cerro Catedral ski lifts – from US$20
Mountain bike hire – US$12
Circuito Chico, a 60km circuit of nearby attractions which can be completed by local bus

Accommodation:
2 night(s) in hostels at TangoInn Downtown or similar. No single room upgrade available.

Meals:
2 Breakfast(s), 1 Lunch

Day 7 - Futeleufu
Next we arrive at Futaleufu located in the region of Los Lagos. Translated to “Big River” this town is located next to the Futaleufu River. Fed by the glaciers from the Lake District the river flows through the mountain range providing sensational views.

Approximate Driving Time: Six - Seven hour drive

Accommodation:
1 night camping at Camping Los Coihues or similar. No single room upgrade available.

Meals:
1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner

Day 8 - Queulat
We head to Queulat where we have an excursion to Queulat National Park. Situated on both sides of the Carretera Austral highway it is a realm of evergreen forests and winding rivers, with a large variety of flora and fauna living amongst it. If you are lucky you may get the chance to spot a Pudú, the smallest deer in the world, as well as a plethora of birds.

It is perhaps most famous for it's hanging glacier, Ventisquero Colgante, located east of the Carretera Austral. Marvel at the long sheet of ice suspended off large rock faces, as nearby waterfalls cascade towards the bottom of the glacier. If there is time, you may be able to indulge in the Puyuhuapi hot springs after hiking through the National Park's beautiful surroundings.

Approximate Driving Time: Five Hour Drive

Included Excursions:
Entry to Parque Queulat National Park

Accommodation:
1 night camping at Parque Quelat Camping or similar. No single room upgrade available.

Meals:
1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner

Day 9 - Coyhaique
Today you will ahve a lenghty journey driving along the Carrera Austraul to Coyhaique, arriving in the evening.

Approximate Driving Time: Full Day Drive

Accommodation:
1 night camping. No single room upgrade available.

Meals:
1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner

Day 10 - Perito Moreno
Leaving Coyhaique we enter Patagonia, a dry windswept expanse stretching to the southern tip of the continent; there are some long drives on this sector but some spectacular scenery at the end of most days. We will stop en route depending on travel times, and camp for the evening.

Approximate Driving Time: Full Day Drive

Accommodation:
1 night camping at Camping Municipal or similar. No single room upgrade available.

Meals:
1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner

Day 11 to 12 - El Chaltén

We continue to El Chaltén with the picturesque Los Glaciares National Park nearby where you can enjoy some of Argentina's most scenic hiking. The park is at the foot of the Fitzroy Massif which has spectacular jagged snow-capped peaks. Depending on your budget, you can take a day’s trek to - and on - the wonderful Viedma Glacier - reputedly the best ice-trekking in the country. Or walk to the Capri Lagoon or a variety of other free walks available in this stunning national park.

Approximate Driving Time: Full Day Drive

Included Excursions:
Views of Mount Fitz Roy

Optional Excursions:

Glacier boat ride – US$50
2hr Glacier boat trip and glacier walk – US$150

Accommodation:
2 night(s) in hostels at Hostel Pioneros del Valle or similar. No single room upgrade available.

Meals:
1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch

Day 13 to 14 - El Calafate
A short drive from El Chaltén takes us to the pleasant town of El Calafate, on the north-eastern edge of Lake Argentino. This is our base for visiting the Perito Moreno Glacier, 80 kilometres away. The glacier is one of the few in the world that is still advancing. It is continuously moving at a rate of 1.5 metres per day and when you get close enough to the face you can hear cracking and creaking and see large lumps of ice crash into the lake below. With a height of around 60 metres, a width of five kilometres at its face and made up of various hues of blue, white and grey, it is an awesome sight.

Approximate Driving Time: Four Hours

Optional Excursions:
Boat trip to the Perito Moreno Glacier - ARS180
Regional Museum of El Calafate – free
Boat trip on Lago Argentino – US$15
Reserva Municipal Laguna Nimez, bird sanctuary – small entry fee
Perito Moreno Glacier Tour – US$42 + US$26 national park entry fee

Accommodation:
2 night(s) in hostels at Hostal del Glaciar Pioneros or similar. No single room upgrade available.

Day 15 to 19 - Torres del Paine National Park

On to the incredible Torres del Paine National Park, named after the massive granite towers that rise above the earth. The scenery is amazing with snow-capped peaks, glaciers, beautiful lakes and valleys.

The W Trek: You have the option to spend four days conquering the breath-taking W Trek. It offers amazing views of the three granite towers camping along the way. This is an excursion that must be booked in advance. Below is an outline of what to expect.

Day 1: The whole group can enjoy this trek together from the Torre Central campsite. Enjoy views of the surrounding lakes and Almirante Nieto's hanging glacier. You will continue towards the Base Torres Lookout where you can enjoy incredible views of the three towers as well as Glacier Torre. Return to the campsite at the end of the day and have a group dinner.

Day 2: Those who have pre-booked the W Trek excursion will head south, towards the regions of Los Cuernos, one of the most beautiful spots in Torres del Paine. On the way you will visit Lake Nordenskjöld, the hanging glaciers and the 'notro' trees, showcasing bright red flowers. After a 4-5 hour trek you will arrive at the Campsite El Frances (or similar) to enjoy dinner.

Day 3: Enjoy a leisurely hike for about 2 hours to Camp Italiano. You will leave the majority of belongings here, packing a small bag to take with you. From the River Francés, ascend up to the Francés Glacier Lookout, continuing through the French Valley enjoying the impressive landscape views. Return to Camp Italiano to pick up your luggage before hiking to the region of Pehoé to another campsite, Paine Grande (or similar).

Day 4: After breakfast, hike to the Grey Glacier lookout where you will see the glacier at a distance. From here you will follow path that circles the west bank of Lake Grey, to the main lookout which offers jaw-dropping views. Admire the Grey Glacier and Cordón Olguín mountain range. Return to Pehoé where you will board a ferry across Lake Pehoé. Our truck will collect you and take you back to meet the rest of the group at the campsite.

Please speak to your Adventure Specialist about booking the W Trek. For those who do not want to do this, you can enjoy the other many walks in the national park. There are also optional activities including horse-riding and kayaking.

Approximate Driving Time: Full Day Drive

Included Excursions:
Entry to Torres del Paine National Park

Optional Excursions:
Four Day W-Trek (must be booked in advance) - US$449
Horse riding – US$40
Kayaking (either between icebergs or down one of the major rivers) – US$100
Grey Glacier Boat Ride – US$100
Catamaran ride in Torres del Paine NP (return trip) - CLP24000

Accommodation:
5 night(s) camping at Camping Pehoe or similar. No single room upgrade available.

Meals:
4 Breakfast(s), 5 Lunch(es), 5 Dinner(s)

Day 20 - En route
Leaving Torres del Paine behind we continue through the incredible Patagonian landscape, stopping en route to camp for the evening before we cross the Straits of Magellan by ferry to the archipelago of Tierra del Fuego (Land of Fire).

Approximate Driving Time: Full Day Drive

Accommodation:
1 night camping. No single room upgrade available.

Meals:
1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner

Day 21 - Ushuaia
We cross the border back into Argentina and carry on to Ushuaia, the world's most southerly town with a population of about 42,000. Here you can take an excursion on the Beagle Channel to visit the Isla de los Lobos (Sea Lion Island) where you will see colonies of sea lions and aquatic birds and, with a bit of luck, maybe a whale. You also have the option to visit the Tierra del Fuego National Park where there are various trails along the coast and the surrounding snow covered peaks. The park is also home to a large population of beaver (introduced by the Canadians), the world's most southerly train and it is also where the exhaustive Pan-American Highway ends at the Lapataia bay, 17,848 kilometres from its start in Alaska.

Approximate Driving Time: Full Day Drive

Optional Excursions:

Beagle Channel Cruise – US$60
Tierra del Fuego National Park entry – US$17
Scenic flight from – US$36-86 • End of the world train – US$35 + US$15 park entry
Museum at the End of the World – US$4
Maritime Museum & Ushuaia Prison – US$8

Accommodation:
1 night camping at Los Cormoranes or similar. No single room upgrade available.

Meals:
1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch

Day 22 - Depart Ushuaia

Your adventure of a lifetime comes to an end today. If you have a late flight or have lengthened your stay by adding post tour accommodation you will have more time to explore the sights.

Meals:
1 Breakfast
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Transport
Auf dieser Overland Tour reisen wir mit den modernsten und sichersten Trucks in Südamerika. Die leistungsstarke, moderne Flotte von Mercedes Benz Trucks wurde speziell entwickelt und professionell erbaut, um anspruchsvollem Gelände und Strassenverhältnissen gewachsen zu sein. Konstruiert nach strengen europäischen Sicherheitsnormen, sind unsere Fahrzeuge individuell gefertig durch spezialisierte Fahrzeugbauer. Die Sicherheit und der Komfort der Teilnehmer haben höchste Priorität. Leistungsfähige Motoren sorgen für eine bequeme Fahrt und eine angemessene Reisegeschwindigkeit. Das reduziert die täglichen Fahrzeiten und bedeutet, dass weniger Zeit im Truck verbracht wird und mehr Zeit zur Verfügung steht, um das Reiseziel zu erkunden.

Ausstattung der Trucks:
- in Fahrtrichtung ausgerichtete komfortable Sitzen mit verstellbaren Rückenlehnen und Sicherheitsgurten
- Panoramafenster zum Öffnen
- Stauraum für das Handgepäck in große Gepäckfächern
- Stereosystem mit Mikrofon für Durchsagen des Tourguides
- Safe
- Kühlschrank
- kleine Bibliothek
- Steckdosen zum Aufladen/Anschließen von iPods, MP3 Playern, Laptops, Kameras
- großer Stauraum für das Hauptgepäck in den Seiten der Trucks
- externes Soundsystem für die "Beschallung" am Abend auf den Camps
- Campingausrüstung (Zelte, Stühle, Tische, Küchenzelt etc.)
- Küchenausrüstung (Gaskocher, Töpfe, Pfannen, Geschirr etc.)
- 500 Liter Wassertank

Mithilfe
Dies ist eine Partizipationstour, das heißt, dass zum Gelingen der Tour eine aktive Mithilfe von jedem Teilnehmer erwartet wird. Zu den Aufgaben gehörten Zeltaufbau, Kochen, Abwaschen, Saubermachen, Einkaufen oder den Truck beladen.