4 winter trips that are a real adventure

Snow holidays: 4 winter trips that are a real adventure

Enjoying snow holidays is a real adventure, an opportunity to admire wonderful landscapes and to do lots of cool activities in contact with nature! Want to know what are some of the best destinations for a winter trip?

Tips for planning your snow vacation

Chilean Patagonia

The Chilean Patagonia is the place that outside the poles, has the largest number of glaciers in the world. Travelling to this region, where temperatures can reach -20 ° C, guarantees a lot of adventure and unforgettable landscapes.

One of the main attractions of the region is Torres del Paine Park, with canals, frozen rivers and lakes, ice mountains, snowy peaks and many flocks of condors - the symbolic bird of Patagonia. Another cool attraction for those who want to enjoy the snow and the cold are the boat trips to the various glaciers in the region.

Iceland is one of the most amazing countries - and cold - in the world! The small Nordic island has many nature tourism attractions and landscapes so wonderful that they don't even seem real.

If you want to see Iceland in the winter, you need to be very well prepared. The temperature is extremely low and the days are very short. Despite this, it is a time when unique natural phenomena, such as the Northern Lights, occur. 

Seeing the Northern Lights up close is an amazing experience and one of the main desires of tourists who come to the country. Ice mountains and frozen lakes also make up Iceland's beautiful landscape in the coldest season of the year.

In addition to admiring the local beauties, you can also do various activities on the ice, dive into the thermal waters and learn about the history of Viking culture.


In Canada, it is also possible to witness the incredible phenomenon that is the Aurora Borealis, from November to March. One of the coldest countries in America, Canada, the temperature can reach -40 ° C in winter.

The country is so cold and well prepared for low temperatures that there are underground cities in Toronto and Montreal, for example, with gyms, markets, restaurants, several stores and even medical clinics. 

In addition to the opportunity to practice many snow sports, in Canada you can still see polar bears up close, as the country is home to the largest population of these animals worldwide! 


The Ushuaia is part of Patagonian Argentina and is also known as the "Land of Fire". Despite its nickname, it is a great destination option for those who want to enjoy their vacation in the snow. It is possible to ski, snowboard and other activities, such as dog sledding and snowmobiling.

In Ushuaia, you will also find breathtaking landscapes, snow-capped mountains, lakes and even the Terra do Fogo National Park, one of the main tourist spots in the region. With more than 60 thousand hectares, the park has a huge green area, with several forests and trails, and is home to an impressive fauna. 

For those who like to practice or are curious about winter sports, such as skiing and snowboarding, Chilean Patagonia is also an incredible destination. 

So, have you chosen where your snow vacation will be? Leave a comment in the post and tell us which of the destinations is your favourite!