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Live365 | Private Jet Charter to Remote and Unspoilt Patagonia with Pelorus

Patagonia is one of the world's last great wildernesses, blessed with some of the most spectacular natural beauty in the world. With only small towns in this diverse and breath-taking landscape, choosing a charter flight gives you the flexibility to reach one of the most stunning and least explored corners on earth.

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To help our clients experience the very best of Patagonia, we’ve partnered with Pelorus, a luxury experiential travel company featuring a team of world seasoned travellers. With so many places and experiences to discover in this vast part of the world, Pelorus have expertly curated a range of top-of-the-line outdoor adventures and some of the region’s best hotels and resorts to inspire your next trip.

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Epic Highlights of Patagonia


Patagonia’s vast territory is shared by Chile and Argentina, whose remarkable geography offers countless opportunities for exploration. Fly from Buenos Aires and explore the remote and pristine Chilean Lake District by helicopter, hike among the soaring peaks and turquoise lakes of Torres del Paine and reach unrivalled viewpoints on a rock-climbing adventure in Los Glaciares National Park — all in one extraordinary journey.


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Chilean Lake District


Famous for its abundance of dazzling blue glacial lakes, the Chilean Lake District also offers visitors a multitude of majestic snow-capped volcanoes, cascading waterfalls and seven spectacular national parks, all waiting to be explored.

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Experience adrenaline-pumping white-water rafting in the Futaleufú River, embark on some of the region's best hiking trails or swap out two feet for two wheels as you meander your way along quaint old roads to the Tranquillo Valley. For the ultimate adventure, take a helicopter ride and fly between its beautiful, ancient forests, shimmering bodies of water and hot springs.

Your visit wouldn’t be complete without a stay at Rio Palena Lodge. Nestled in a pristine Andean valley, this sprawling resort promises luxury comfort and fine dining, all with the backdrop of unspoilt, untouched wilderness and landscape of the Patagonian peaks.

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Torres del Paine


Home to rugged and wild landscapes rich with glassy lakes, shimmering glaciers, and the granite peaks of the Paine Massif, Torres del Paine is an unmissable part of any Patagonia trip. Wildlife lovers will have the opportunity to set off alongside a team of experts to track Argentina’s top predator, the elusive puma or embark on a horse-riding adventure, where you’ll travel deeper into the landscape and observe Patagonia’s golden guanacos – the camel’s South American cousin.

Enjoy a stay at Awasi Patagonia, perched on a private reserve, with sweeping views over the dramatic Torres del Paine National Park. Here, you’ll be assigned a private tour guide, who will lead you up remote trails and tell you about the region’s legendary explorers.


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Los Glaciares National Park


Los Glaciares National Park is an area of exceptional natural beauty. Featuring impressive snow-capped peaks and electric-blue lakes, the Argentinian national park presents ample opportunities for adventure.

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Here, you’ll have the chance to embark on a kayaking expedition and observe spectacular views of Mount Fitz Roy and its satellite spiers from a unique perspective. Or admire epic scenery as you reach unforgettable panoramic viewpoints on a rock-climbing adventure.

Explora El Chaltén is the perfect base to explore some of the best hiking trails in the region. Strategically built within the Los Huemules Conservation Reserve with views to the Electric Valley and the Marconi Glacier, Explora El Chaltén is truly secluded and at one with nature.

 

Ready to start planning your trip?


It’s not hard to be mesmerized by all that Patagonia has to offer and by choosing to fly privately, you’ll save a lot of time and land closer to your destination. Currently touring South America and updating his knowledge of available aircraft and business aviation facilities, our Charter Manager Matt Williams is happy to advise on the best aircraft and airport to suit your itinerary.


If you have any questions about flying privately to Patagonia or would like to learn more about this expedition, please get in touch with Matt or our team at charter@365aviation.com


 


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