Cerro Fitz Roy in Parque Nacional Los Glaciares.

The Eureka Travel Experience in South America

Travel is about the experience. Travel is authenticity, a connection with the land and its people, and most of all, travel is about taking the time and making the effort to create the perfect trip for you. When it comes to putting an individual touch on trips in South America, nobody does it like Eureka Travel.

Ruta 40 and the Southern Andes in Patagonia. Photo © kavram/123rf.

3 Classic Patagonia Road Trips

These three classic Patagonia road trips–covering the Northern Coast, the Southern Coast, and the Andes–are week-long itineraries that can be combined to explore this intriguing region for a longer period, up to 15 days or ideally more.

Rio Aluminé flows past rocky hillsides covered with pine trees.

Visit Junín de los Andes in Northern Patagonia

Styling itself Neuquén’s “trout capital,” Junín also provides the best access to the central sector of Parque Nacional Lanín, which takes its name from the symmetrical cone along the Chilean border. Here are the sights to see and things to do–heavy on sports and recreation–and trip planning tips.

Magellanic penguin at sunrise at Punta Tombo Argentina

5 Reasons to Add Patagonia to Your Bucket List

In Patagonia, the imagination runs as wild as the wildlife. You probably didn’t need another reason to experience the endless diversity of its landscapes, but here are our top five to make sure this destination makes it onto your bucket list.

Two swans with black necks and bright red beaks swim through the water.

Visit Parque Nacional Laguna Blanca in Argentina

Designated a major international wetland under the Ramsar convention, Parque Nacional Laguna Blanca has a large breeding population of striking black-necked swans. It’s also the place to spot coots, ducks, grebes, gulls, upland geese, and the occasional flamingo.

A pair of Magellanic penguins at Punta Tombo, Argentina.

The Penguin March of Punta Tombo

On barren South Atlantic shores, some 200,000 pairs of Magellanic penguins waddle ashore every austral spring to nest on only 210 hectares at Punta Tombo. Learn about the Área Natural Protegida Punta Tombo and its staggering amount of both penguin and human visitors.