About the Author

Tasha Williams
Travel Consultant – Chile & Argentina

Hello! My name is Tasha. I love to travel to see new places and meet new people. I am passionate about creating unique travel experiences for adventurous travelers with a desire to see some of the most remote corners of South America. I have traveled extensively to Patagonia, Chile, Argentina, Galapagos, Ecuador and many other areas of this wild continent and I am eager to share my knowledge with the world.

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Pampered in Patagonia

Patagonia, also called The End of the World, is still an unknown destination to most. It is not yet thought of as a place most would ponder spending their vacation time, especially if you are looking to get away from it all, be pampered or taken care of in style. You might think of this …

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A Driving Safari of Patagonia: 12 Amazing Animals & Attractions to See

What do you dream about when you imagine a visit to Patagonia? The animals? The glaciers? Or unbelievably beautiful lakes and landscapes? The great thing is that you don’t have to choose. Patagonia has it all — the wildlife you won’t see anywhere else, the bucket-list sights and experiences that excite every adventurer. We put …

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Patagonia vs Atacama: Which One Should I Visit?

If you’re planning a trip to South America this year, you’ve got a lot of amazing options when considering destinations. But if you’re looking to be totally wowed by natural wonders, the choices generally come down to two places: Patagonia vs Atacama Desert. Patagonia has breathtaking mountains, endless steppes, unusual wildlife, and stunning glaciers and …

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Puma Spotting in Patagonia: One Adventurer’s Journal from South America

It’s a blistering July day in Phoenix and my chunky Bugaboots are drawing a few curious looks in the airport. But it’s winter in South America, and I’m headed to South America on a Puma tracking in Patagonia expedition with Quasar. It’s my first trip to Torres del Paine, a 900-square mile park in the …

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The New National Park in Patagonia

Thanks to the passion, hard work and generosity of American business people and philanthropists, Kristine McDivitt Tompkins and Douglas Tompkins, Chile has officially created five new national parks and expanded three others in what is the world’s largest donation of privately owned land. “Few places like this one grab you and hold on to you …

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Native Tribes of Patagonia & Tierra del Fuego

Archeological findings reveal that Patagonia and the Tierra del Fuego was inhabited by native peoples as far back as 4,500 years ago. These native tribes are commonly referred to as ‘Tehuelche tribes’ or ‘Fuegians’ but actually refer to a number of separate groups with their own unique dialects and traditions. Here, these nomadic people roamed …

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