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Patagonia

explora at a glance

Anchored like a white ship on the shores of turquoise Lake Pehoé, explora Patagonia's unique location sets travelers literally in the middle of Torres del Paine National Park, while greeting them with award winning architecture. Our over 50 different guided hikes and horseback rides offer our travelers breathtaking views of glaciers, lakes and mountains.

 

Patagonia Year Round

Summer

(December, January, February)

During the summer months, days are the longest of all year, the temperatures are pleasant during the day, with cooler temperatures in the 10 degrees celsius at night. You can expect the sun to be up as early as 4:30am and sundown to be at around 10:00pm. The months of January and February are usually the peak of the tourist season.

Fall

(March, April and May)

The Fall season in Patagonia features beautiful colors as trees begin to shed their leaves for the upcoming winter season. If you don’t mind cooler temperatures, this can be a pleasant time to go photographing wildlife and landscapes and marvel on the Patagonia’s changing plant life. Winds are not as strong as they are in the spring, and both hotel rates and summer crowds begin to wane. Daily highs fall into the 5s and 10s degrees celsius, making comfortable conditions for exploration.

Winter

(June, July and August)

Visiting Patagonia in the winter season gives you the rare opportunity to experience the park when there are very few people around. While the days are obviously shorter, temperatures lower and some trails are snow-bound, the wind drops and skies tend to be clearer, creating some beautiful snowscapes.

explora Patagonia opens year round to give our travellers the opportunity to experience Patagonia in all their seasons.

Spring

(September, October and November)

Spring welcomes you with colorful blooms. Temperatures start to pick up again and the days start getting longer. Biting winds and the occasional overcast sky can make it awfully chilly. If you can handle the cool temperatures, you’ll beat the flood of tourists of peak summer months.
 

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