Photos of cities and natural attractions are highly requested by visitors to InterPatagonia who wish to learn a little more about the destination they have chosen for their trip.
This section provides easy direct access to all the photo galleries available in our site.
Just click on the name of the city you are interested in and you will be led to the photograph section in such destination. After that, you may also surf the rest of the information available about said city.
|Alto Palena Aluminé Ancud Antártida Bahía Blanca Caleta Olivia Camarones Castro Caviahue Chaitén / Futaleufú Chile Chico / Lago G. Carrera Cipolletti Cochrane Colonia 25 de Mayo Comodoro Rivadavia Copahue Coyhaique Cte. Luis Piedra Buena Cutral-Có Plaza Huincul El Bolsón El Calafate El Chaltén Esquel Frutillar Futrono General Roca Gobernador Gregores||Junín de los Andes La Junta Lago Puelo Lago Verde Las Grutas / San Antonio Oeste Llanquihue Los Antiguos Neuquén Osorno / Puyehue P. Natales / Torres del Paine Panguipulli Perito Moreno Pico Truncado Piedra del Aguila Pucón Puerto Aisén Puerto Deseado Puerto Madryn Puerto Montt Puerto Octay Puerto Pirámides Puerto Porvenir Puerto Raúl Marín Balmaceda Puerto Santa Cruz Puerto Varas Punta Arenas Puyuhuapi||Quellón Rawson Río Gallegos Río Grande Río Mayo Río Turbio San Carlos de Bariloche San Julián San Martín de los Andes Santa Rosa Sarmiento Temuco Tolhuin Trelew Trevelin Ushuaia Valdivia Viedma / Carmen de Patagones Villa El Chocón Villa La Angostura Villa Pehuenia Villa Traful Villarrica Zapala|
There is a special section in Interpatagonia for lovers of photography and the adventure of discovering places, sceneries and tourist attractions. The idea is that you surf this section and watch the work done by our team of reporters and photographers and that you start planning your next trip to some of these destinations.
Hiking or walking is an activity practiced in all kinds of terrains and is not restricted to age, gender or physical fitness.
As in every task, there are various levels of difficulty, which can be surpassed gradually as experience is gained. The routes are divided into four types of difficulty: relaxed, medium, steady and difficult.