Situated on the waterfront, this hotel is within 20 mi (32 km) of Glacier Grey, Salto Grande, and Cerro Tenerife.
Situated in Torres Del Paine, this lodge is 30 mi (48.3 km) from Amarga Lake.
Located in the heart of Puerto Natales, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Puerto Natales Casino, Plaza de Armas, and Museo Histórico. Channel of Last Hope and Cueva del Milodon are also within 15 minutes.
Situated on a lake, this luxury resort is in the same region as Salto Chico Falls, Salto Grande, and Torres del Paine National Park. Regional attractions also include Mirador Glacier Grey.
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Buenos Aires, the country's capital city, sits 1,350 mile to the northeast of Rio Turbio.
Outdoorsy types will relish in the beautiful environmental reserves of Santa Cruz. Lago Nordenskjold is located 15 miles away from Rio Turbio, while Cueva del Milodon lies 15 miles away.
Puerto Natales is 13 miles southwest of Rio Turbio. You know what that means, right? You and your group can go and have a look at Mirador Cerro Dorotea and Plaza de Armas.
Santa Cruz has plenty of healthy ways to immerse yourself in its picturesque scenery. Adventurous types should try mountain climbing and hiking.
The Santa Cruz area provides travelers with a range of leisurely activities in the great outdoors, such as bird watching and wildlife watching.
Get a taste of local arts and culture at the various history museums of Santa Cruz. They're all indoors, so you won't have to worry about the weather.
Put on some comfortable clothes and make your way to one of the lovely outdoor activities in Santa Cruz. Its open-air museums and open-air exhibits are just waiting to be explored.
Amateur historians will find will find plenty to keep them occupied. Don't forget to take your camera when you head out to the region's archeological sites.
Don't miss the opportunity to take your taste buds on a tour of this region's cafés and restaurants.
Make sure you ask where to find the more popular regional ingredients, like berries and chimichurri.
Why not try seafood and empanadas (savoury pastry turnovers)? Both of these are common fare here.
And when you are ready for dessert, you'd be crazy not to have a bit of mouthwatering bread pudding.
Find yourself a bottle of Schneider Fuerte, one of this area's best beers.
Prefer non-alcoholic beverages? El submarino (hot chocolate), is a great choice.
Whether you like it sweet, dry or semi-dry, wine is a lovely drink to complement a tasty meal. Try the regional favorites, Torrontes and Malbec.
Unfortunately, every vacation must eventually end. When the curtain falls on your Rio Turbio getaway, say "Hasta la vista", spend the last of your Argentine pesos, and remember all the wonderful adventures you've had.
Once you're packed and ready to get your flight, it's good to know that the handiest airport is 90 miles to the north.