Patagonia On A Budget | A guide book for cheap backpacking, camping, and adventure travel in Chile and Argentina
Patagonia On A Budget
Have Your Adventure - For $30 A Day
What is it?
Patagonia on a Budget is a travel guide for budget travelers and backpackers who want the insider secrets on traveling in Patagonia. The book is written by travelers, for travelers; it contains information simply not available anywhere else and is designed to help you travel through the entire Patagonia region on $30/day!
Travel Longer, Cheaper, and Stress-Free
The best value on the craziest adventures
Prices and details for accommodation, transportation, and activities in every destination
Detailed maps and itineraries of the most popular backpacking routes
Recommended campgrounds with the best rates and facilities
Instructions and safety advice for hitchhiking
The only packing list you'll ever need for camping
Details about the 3 biggest money saving techniques for travelers in Patagonia
The electronics, websites, and applications to depend on during your expedition
Real prices specifically researched and compared by fellow travelers
A special bonus guide on packing and cooking during long hikes through national parks
What do readers have to say?
I only had three weeks. Three weeks to uncover the endless and mind blowing natural beauty of Patagonia in South America. Where would I go? What should I see? How far would my money go? I was at a loss, but determined to get the most out of my trip. Then I came across this fantastic book. It laid out exactly where to go, what major sites to see, and where to stay, all while making sure I was able to navigate to through the region and back to Buenos Aires cost-effectively. I recommend this book highly to anyone, whether you’re planning your first trip or your fifth to the edge of the world. - Michael S., U.S.A.
This book will give you peace of mind and enable you to experience Patagonia to the fullest on a reasonable budget. For example, if you want to do a ice hike many recommend to do this in Torres Del Paine National Park, which is expensive and crowded. The alternative that's recommended in the book is cheaper and off the beaten path; when we did it, it was just the two of us on the glacier - an unforgettable experience!
That's what this book will give you: unique adventures, detailed prices and practical information. We would have loved to read this book before our departure because it's designed to make anyone's trip in Patagonia much easier. - Liesbeth M., Belgium
When I was planning my Patagonia trip, there were few resources beyond years-old forum posts and all inclusive tourist packages. As a short term, but adventurous, traveler, I was trying to make the most of my time and leave plenty of room for spontaneity without breaking the bank or getting lost. I wish I had a comprehensive, one-stop-shop like this with recommendations and logistics to help me prioritize, plan, and be in the know for my own Patagonia adventure.Becky L., U.S.A.
Pitch your tent in the middle of the best national parks, wake up to the sound of crashing glaciers, and get away from it all in the endless expanse of nature. Plus, the cheapest places to stay, the hostels not listed online, and the best ways to score deals on accommodation.
Be prepared with comprehensive packing advice: a full packing list,
details for mastering long hiking routes with less stress, and all the essentials you'll need for camping and traveling in Patagonia.
How to find the cheapest hostels (even the ones that aren't listed online), detailed spending guides for all the major activities and national parks, how much basic essentials cost, and real prices updated for the 2016-2017 season!