Few places in the world have captivated the imagination of explorers and travelers like the South American regions of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. It has been 4 centuries since the first Europeans sailed through on a boat captained by Ferdinand Magellan. And yet this vast, remote region is still for the most part unexplored.
The Patagonia region, embraces the territories of Argentina and Chile. Since it was discovered, the single mention of its name wakes up the fascination of the distant, virgin and not very well-known. A traveler can drive for days without seeing another soul on the vast Patagonian pampa, his perception of time and distance so warped that he believes he is the only human left on the planet. What seduces so many to Patagonia is the idea of traveling to 'Remote ends' of the World. It is a seduction, but also an illusion. After all, people do live here.
In Argentina it expands to the south of the river Colorado between the Andes and the Atlantic ocean. It is characterized by the primitive force of their landscapes where man's hand, without being absent, usually passes inadvertently.
A vigorous nature is imposed to the observer in the semi-arid plateaus of the east, fitted by deep valleys and canyons, like in the upright western mountain ranges, covered of an arboreal tapestry, crowned of snow and sprinkled of glaciers and lakes.