Witness the wild at Patagonia Park Argentina
European travellers in pursuit of Patagonia are now welcome to the large-scale rewilding project, which is home to brand new trails and facilities.
Patagonia Park Argentina is being restored by Rewdiling Argentina and the Freyja Foundation, hoping to ignite a stronger connection between guests and nature.
The park stretches across 180,000 hectares from Portal Cañadón Pinturas in Argentina to La Ascensión Portal on the Chilean border, and is home to everything intrepid adventurers are looking for, from a choice of accommodation options, to scenic trails, and endangered species.
In April 2023, visitors will be able to experience the new Planetarium and Interpretation Centre, where guests can traverse the night sky, guided by astronomers.
Adventure seekers can take to 10 new trails in Portal Cañadon Pinturas, with distances ranging from 2.6km to 18km.
Budget-friendly accommodation is available throughout the park, with three new campsites (including one inside of a canyon, La Confluencia). Campground spots start from £5 per person per night.