Borispatagonia est une agence francophone en Argentine et Chili, une agence de voyage sur mesure tenu par un français installé dans la région des lacs de Patagonie : à Bariloche. Il organise des voyages authentiques hors des sentiers battus en Argentine et au Chili bien sûr, mais pas seulement ! En effet, vous pourrez aussi bien lui demander de vous concocter des séjours thématiques en Bolivie, au Pérou, au sud du Brésil, en Uruguay et en Polynésie française, qu'un voyage unique à votre image autour de ces régions du Sud détaillées que vous pouvez découvrir en naviguant sur ce site.
Customized travels to Argentina and Chile from north to south. Made stays in Patagonia
In Patagonia Argentina
Tours to Patagonia Argentina, from Rio Colorado to Ushuaia in Tierra del Fuego, and Chilean Patagonia, from Fjord Reloncavi to Cape Horn
Dare to Patagonia – Participate in the life of Gauchos – Discover the highest and driest desert in the world – Navigate amidst icebergs in Antarctica – Observe the whales of Patagonia – Discover the Traditions of Chile and Argentina – the majestic Meander along Andes Cordillera – Photograph for natural and unique scenery.
Patagonia in all seasons menu. For example, according to the climate, from Bariloche, in Patagonia Argentina, it is possible to go to Puerto Montt, in Chile, crossing successively three lakes by boat, as did the Jesuits and the first German settlers. I offer a tour that leads to the Pacific Ocean. It is quite long, but the beauty of the sites – forests, volcanoes and crystalline lakes – is such that it is worth to be carried. The Argentine side, cross the west arm of Nahuel Huapi and Lake Puerto Alegre and, the chilen side, Lake Todos los Santos. Moving from one lake to another by bus. This tour is feasible in all seasons, but in winter, it takes two days to reach Puerto Montt, stopping for one night at Peulla. We returned to Bariloche by air or by the same way, after a night in Puerto Montt.
Borispatagonia is also responsible for visas to go to Chile and to book hotels. In Patagonia, winter and summer are tourist seasons. In summer, besides explore the surrounding, many activities are available: climbing, torrent fishing, sailing, horseback riding, hiking, rides, visits to Aciendas… In winter, the main activity is, of course, skiing, especially in July and August on the side of the Andes, but not only: snowshoe hikes, thematic tours, many walks to admire the beauty of Patagonia Argentina and Chile in this season, due a unique light, the warmth of the people of Patagonia… Just to talk about, I have goosebumps!
In PATAGONIA, spring is the season of melting snow and the blooming of a myriad of flowers (hoof-of-Venus, golden buttons, mountain orchids, etc.). It's also the time when, in the estancias, one prepares for the big work of the shearing of the sheep. The tourist season begins in the late spring but most travelers prefer the austral summer, that is to say until February. At this time, all roads are clear, airports are open and the schedule of hotel bookings is extremely busy. In autumn, the plateau and the mountains of Patagonia metamorphose. The foliage of the poplars that surround the isolated estancias takes a sumptuous golden hue, while on the heights, the beech trees turn red and yellow before stripping off their finery. The air becomes cooler and tourists are scarce. The Andean foothills, from San Martin de los Andes to Bariloche, turn into a true paradise. In the extreme south, the Glacier Nature Park closes in the southern winter and the vast plains go into lethargy. Only ski resorts are caught in a feverish activity: San Martin de los Andes, San Carlos Bariloche, Esquel and even Ushuaia attract thousands of fans each year. Rio Colorado forms the northern limit of Patagonia in Argentina. The steppe, or "desert" as the term is used in Argentina, begins even further north and extends continuously over the interior and coastal Patagonia to the Strait of Magellan. The upper Rio Negro Valley, flowing south of Rio Colorado, is an oasis; the contrast between this strip of intensive agriculture and the surrounding desert is striking. The main cities of this region are Neuquén, Cipoletti and Roca, on the RN 22. Close to the Atlantic coast, the twin towns of Carmen de Patagones and Viedma are separated from Neuquén by 540 km. We will follow the Rio Negro successively taking the RN 22 and the RN 250, along which alternate portions of desert and narrow cultivated strips. Founded in 1779 by the Spanish, Carmen de Patagones is one of the oldest cities of Patagonia. Not far from Viedma, the caves in which the first settlers were sheltering are open to visitors. On the coast, at the height of the Rio Negro estuary, lives one of the many colonies of sea lions on the Patagonian coast. And it is from the port of San Antonio Oeste that the entire production of the Rio Negro Valley is exported. As you can see, Borispatagonia offers you the best tourist sites for your trip to Argentina and Chile, and you will also have the right price for a trip to Patagonia.