Patagonia is a sparsely populated region located at the southern tip of South America and is one of the last remaining wilderness areas on earth. Shared by Argentina and Chile, the untamed land is jaw dropping gorgeous and you don’t want to close your eyes for one second. We flew in to the most southern tip of Argentina, nicknamed “the end of the world” and started our trip in Ushuaia, a windswept town, perched up on a hill and known as the gateway to Antarctica.
Armed with full backpacks and comfy boots, we started one of the most memorable trips that we have ever taken. After hiking for miles on end each day, our blisters and pains were quickly forgotten, as we were rewarded with views of turquoise glacier lakes nestled within steep and rocky mountains of the Andes, and lush green steppes and grasslands. At night, a glass of boxed wine and spaghetti with sauce from a jar never tasted so good. #GoThere