HBS Across Patagonia
On this exclusive HBS journey, explore Patagonia, a land of wonders at the end of the earth, where you can see nature at its most pristine and desolate.
Experience unforgettable adventures—savoring an asado barbecue at a private estancia, enjoying a tango performance, sailing to South America’s largest glacier, hiking in Torres del Paine National Park, and wine tasting amid the vineyards in the Maipo Valley near Santiago. In El Calafate, explore Glaciers National Park and marvel at the massive glacier, Perito Moreno. Visit Estancia Cristina and stand in awe at the natural beauty of Patagonia with majestic views of the Upsala glacier. Revel in the grandeur of Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, set amid monolithic granite spires, azure-colored lakes, and glaciers. This Patagonia adventure is book-ended by visits to the cosmopolitan capital cities of Buenos Aires and Santiago. HBS Patagonia programs have been very popular in the past and have sold out, we encourage to make your reservation today.
Schedule by Day
- Nov 5: Depart U.S. for Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Nov 6: Arrive Buenos Aires
- Nov 7: Buenos Aires city tour / Visit to Zanjón de Granados
- Nov 8: Buenos Aires / The Pampas
- Nov 9: Fly to El Calafate
- Nov 10: El Calafate / Estancia Cristina
- Nov 11: El Calafate / Perito Moreno Glacier
- Nov 12: Transfer to Puerto Natales, Chile
- Nov 13: Torres Del Paine National Park
- Nov 14: Torres Del Paine National Park
- Nov 15: Puerto Natales / Punta Arenas / Fly to Santiago
- Nov 16: DepartSantiago
- Nov 17: Arrive U.S.
- Per person double occupancy: $13,890
- Single supplement: $3,100
- 3 nights at the Park Hyatt Buenos Aires
- 3 nights at the Eolo Lodge in Calafate
- 3 nights at The Singular in Patagonia
- 1 night at The Singular in Santiago
Conservation Biologist with the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
Conservation Scientist with Global Wildlife Conservation
The Alonsos will discuss the following: Biological diversity of Patagonia, Conserving Patagonia: Public and Private Approaches; and The Hidden Role of Insects in Patagonia ecosystems.
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