Photo of the Week: The Open Road
The uninhabited landscapes of Patagonia stretch for as far as the eyes can see and attract travelers in search of adventure. Roads connecting destinations here are long, but lead to some of the most impressive natural wonders in South America. Flying helps close distances in Patagonia and allows travelers to visit many of the region’s highlights in a manageable time frame. Soak up the culture in Argentina‘s capital of Buenos Aires before heading further south to discover Patagonia: Bariloche, El Calafate, and Ushuaia are great places to get your adventure started.
Read about travel advisor Rylee M.’s trip to Ushuaia, a town that adorns the title of “The End of the World.”
Check out more photos of South America on our blog.
Britt is a California native with a passion for globe-trotting. Exploring scenic mountain trails and dive sites teeming with marine life are her soft spots. She left home for South America in 2013 and now has a family and permanent address in Peru.