Strap on crampons and climb Perito Moreno Glacier, towering 200 feet above crystal-blue waters.
Journey by Horse
From the saddle, cross glacial streams to a picnic lunch and mind-blowing mountain vistas far outside cellphone range.
Challenging Hiking Expedition
Boots laced, walk wind-swept steppes to Lago Argentino ramping up your mileage as you see fit. In the evening, gourmet meals and spa treatments at spectacular lakeside resorts are entirely rewarding.
Sleep over at an Estancia, a cattle ranch-turned-luxury-resort deep in the mountains. By day, sidle up to a traditional asado lunch, prepared by genuine gauchos.
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Be a stranger in a strange land…but a stranger who lives large! This remote region has some of the planet’s most incredible vistas—and it’s seen by precious few. Be among those who have walked the windswept steppes and glaciers above crystal-clear lakes as condors patrol the skies. At day’s end? Take a load off at equally remarkable hotels.Click here to learn more.
What People Love About it
- Remote, vast landscapes
- Mountain vistas
- Luxe accommodations
What We Love About it
- Gaucho culture
- Asado lunches
- Nature in its purest state
We pride ourselves on going the extra mile to find hotel properties that
truly reflect the region. A few of our favourites include...
Eolo, La Anita Valley
This comfortable country lodge pays tribute to ancient Patagonian estancias and provides guests with the modern comforts of 17 spacious suites, each offering amazing views. Strategically located in La Anita valley, Eolo stretches over a 3,000 hectare property, creating a unique retreat embodying the spirit of Patagonia. View hotel website »
Estancia Cristina, Santa Cruz
Located on the northwest shore of the Argentine Lake, Estancia Cristina provides exclusive access to the most stunning sights of the Upsala Glacier. It offers 20 elegant rooms distributed throughout 5 cabins, exquisite Patagonian gastronomy, a museum and a variety of activities to enjoy of this wonderful region. View hotel website »
Awasi Atacama, San Pedro de Atacama
Inspired by the pre-Incan ruins, Awasi Atacama is built with adobe, local stone and wood in the manner of the land’s ancestors. Each suite boasts a private patio and outdoor shower. It’s the perfect base for exploration of the stunning desert that surrounds, creating a space that feels like home in the midst of vast expanse. View hotel website »
Awasi Iguazú, Misiónes
Located by the Iguazu National Park in the province of Misiones, this lodge is built in an organic style that combines sophistication and comfort. Blending seamlessly into the surrounding environment, each private villa comes with its own deck and dipping pool, while the common areas provide a simple and stylish spot to sit and connect with nature. View hotel website »
Awasi, Torres del Paine
The complex of cabins and main lodge that make up Awasi is truly magical, featuring stunning views across to Torres del Paine and yet sheltered from the winds that whip through the plains here. The individual cabins are tastefully decorated in local wood and are complete with a fireplace and an outdoor hot tub; the perfect retreat after a day of activities. View hotel website »
What Our Travellers Say
WOW!! is the word to describe Patagonia. B&R goes out of its way to make sure its clients experience this amazing area. Each day is different and unique. The hotels are great!— Wesley Alexander
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