We're currently planning a South America trip and would love to go to Patagonia. But we're only starting in late April/early May and I'm afraid it's gonna be very cold already.
Currently, we think we would stay mainly on the Chilean side, but haven't really decided yet.
Primarily, we're interested in hiking and seeing and photographing the landscape. Of course with the right equipment, this is possible everywhere.
My concern is that there may be things like closed roads, out-of-service ferries, much higher prices or other things we'd have to watch out for. Or maybe the landscapes are just not so nice in winter, I don't know.
So is it still recommended to go there for a week or two? If so, is there anything specific we have to watch out for?
Also, how much does it depend on how far south we go?