El Calafate: The Glaciers Region

  • Navigate among the largest Patagonian Glaciers, in El Calafate

The Glaciers National Park in El Calafate (Patagonia), declared "Mankind’s Natural Heritage site" by the United Nations, is the largest ice mantle in the world after Antarctica, and the third largest fresh water reserve on the planet!

Prepare to discover your inner adventurer, as you explore and trek over the awe-inspiring Perito Moreno glacier, one of the largest and few glaciers in the world to actually be growing, and not melting!  You’ll also have the chance to navigate among blue-colored icebergs floating among vast ice fields, and to admire the second largest glacier in South America: the Upsala.

In 2021 The Glaciers National Park was included in National Geographic's "Best of the World Destinations to Visit" list.