Guanaco, Patagonia


Rugged and remote, Patagonia is ripe for adventure and Zegrahm Expeditions’ Patagonia tours make it happen in the most unique and off-the-beaten path way possible. You’ll travel with our regional experts aboard our comfortable expedition ship, outfitted with a Patagonia cruise in mind, around the tip of the mythical Cape Horn (or the “End of the Earth” if you wish to think of it that way!) toward the Andes and Torres del Paine National Park. Throughout our Patagonia tours, we gaze upon Glacier Alley, pass through the historic Strait of Magellan, meet the black-browed albatross on Steeple Jason Island, spy Andean condors on a hike through Torres del Paine, and kayak with dolphins, seals, and whales among chiseled fjords. A trip charged with natural beauty and invigorating alpine adventure, a Patagonia tour is one to add to your bucket list.

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More Options for Exploration

At Zegrahm we offer a unique line-up of expeditions each year. Please let us know if you'd like to be notified the next time we add a departure to this region and we will be sure you are the first to know.

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