High season in Patagonia starts when the long and hard winter starts to finish slowly and step by step, day by day the spring and summer time begins. Only in few parts of the world you can appreciate live how nature transforms itself during these months and offers to us humans the spectacular and well marked changes from winter to spring.
The Earth wakes up
November is when the Earth starts waking up in Patagonia and nature is a gift of colors. The delicate red Notro flower and the yellow Calafate flower spread over the mountains and along the road.
Spring shows its colors
In December, Spring appears completely in Patagonia. It is the month the Lupines blossom. On the shores of river, along the roads, in every garden and town square, Lupines bloom all at once, in the beginning of December.
Enjoy the colors and flavors of the high season
The rest of the flowers in Patagonia blossom in January. You can pick and eat raspberries, outside of the cabins, prepare fresh raspberry juice, make raspberry jam or simply taste our original raspberry pisco sour
Hints of autumn
Daytime and evening temperatures decrease, so it is a lovely time of year for hiking and horseback riding. After several days without rain, the lush greens of summer soften into golden hues to show that autumn is coming.
Festival of colors
Not only do the sunsets and sunrises of Patagonia provide a full spectrum of vibrant hues, but every autumn is a new festival of colors, each leaf of every tree turns to a distinctly different color in the autumn, forming a montage ranging from yellows to purples.