Pampered in Patagonia
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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. …


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One of the questions we get asked the most at Quasar is this -
What's the best time of year to travel to the Chile?

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Some of the best UNESCO sites in the world can be discovered in beautiful Patagonia — Chile alone claims six of the fascinating features. From architectural innovation to ancient marvels to stunning seaports, the richness of Chile offers something special for everyone. The definition of…

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5 min read

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…

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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…

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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…

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For years, Lonely Planet has been the crème de la crème of travel advice. From mainstream must-dos to quirky, off the beaten path destinations, they’re the go-to guide for high-quality travel advice that can help to transform a regular vacation into unimaginable lifetime memories. So,…

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Here at Quasar, we know that as a traveling photographer, you have special requirements. There’s little point in visiting an amazing overlook in the middle of the day when the photographic payoff is just before sunset as the long light of the day converts the…

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