November 19th 2013

Think of silence, lost highways, frontiers, glaciers, condors, ranches, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, gauchos and guanacos. Add the Andes, mountain forests, pristine lakes, rivers and you have remote Patagonia. This is a vast region, which knows no borders, spreading its wilderness across Argentina and Chile. Our party of pioneering Wayfarers saw the best of Argentine Patagonia on The Wayfarers inaugural Walk in South America, which can only be described as the ultimate walking tour. We tasted the best beef, the freshest trout and the renowned Malbec wine. Some of us walked, some rode horseback, whichever mode of travel, we were surrounded by the Spring flora, fauna and birdlife of this ecologically protected sanctuary where sheep have the right of way! *Last chance to book for our Patagonia Walk in February, visit the website for more details http://www.thewayfarers.com/walking-tours/americas-walking-tours/argentina-patagonia-the-remote-paradise/

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