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Compare Car Hire Chile Patagonia Budget Car Rental – Chile Cheap Patagonia Car Hire

Patagonian fjords, glaciers and wonderful terrain
The area is the one that attracts to this huge regions of the desert.

The North or Aisén region can be compared internally
Alaska or New Zealand Fjordland passage on the South Island
its dramatic landscape of ice and waterways. South Patagonia or. T.
Magallanes are harsh, mountainous and stormy.

Almost 500 years ago, Ferdinand led Magellan four
ships through treacherous passages that are still thought of
as the “end of the world”. Currently, Patagonia lives
nearly two million people, but most of them live
The Argentinian side and even the region is still almost there
completely dominated by pristine stories.

The well-known gravel road of Camino Austral allows passengers
access to one of the world’s last great deserts. That’s it
begins at Chaitén port and continues to the capital
North Patagonia, Coihaique, both of which are a good base
Chilean Patagonian Studies. The most popular attraction
despite the difficulties and costs, this area is here
two million hectares (four million acres), a glacier-filled parque
Nacional Laguna San Rafael, with some of the world’s most
remarkable mountain and fjord landscape.

Magallanes has mountains and harsh mountains depicted on the glacier
landscapes with the most famous Torres del Paine National Park
southern protected areas. Even further south is
The city of Puerto Natales, the end of a cruise ferry
through Puerto Montt fjords and main research base
region. Behind the continent is tough and stormy
The Tierra del Fuego archipelago, which extends to the icy