The end of the world

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Sandwiched between two oceans and sprawled across two countries, Patagonia is as ‘end-of-the-world’ as it gets. On South America’s southern frontier, nature grows wild, barren and beautiful.

Advancing glaciers, gushing waterfalls, snow-topped granite pillars…it’s no wonder Chile and Argentina both stake a claim over this beautiful slice of South America. Where else can you hike past herds of guanaco, hear giant shards of ice crash into the sea, sail the Beagle Channel past unique flora and fauna, and drop by the world’s southernmost city?

Here, spaces are large, as are the silences that fill them. For the newly arrived, such emptiness can be as impressive as the sight of Patagonia’s jagged peaks, pristine rivers and dusty backwater oases. In its enormous scale, Patagonia offers a wealth of potential experiences and landscapes. If anywhere makes you feel small, it’s Patagonia.

Photographer: Karol Nienartowicz

Photographer: Karol Nienartowicz

Photographer: Karol Nienartowicz

Photographer: Karol Nienartowicz

Photographer: Karol Nienartowicz

Photographer: Karol Nienartowicz

Photographer: Karol Nienartowicz

Photographer: Karol Nienartowicz

Photographer: Karol Nienartowicz



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