There are a number of places around the globe that just lend themselves towards a road trip. Patagonia is one of them.
Patagonia is the place to go if you want to discover some of the world's most beautiful places with little human interaction.
Renting a car for a road trip through Patagonia is a relatively straightforward. I personally always recommend doing so in Chile, rather than Argentina.
The company generally requires you to pay a substantial deductible as liability in the event of an accident, such as damage and theft.
Chile Motor Homes, Wicked Campers and Holiday Rent have depos here. Expect to pay $480,000 CLP ($658 USD) for a one-week rental.
Bariloche is the cheapest place to rent a car, with prices starting at $160,000 CLP ($225 USD) for a one-week rental.
The main appeal of a Patagonia road trip is that you can stop almost anywhere you want for photography, a picnic, or even to camp overnight if you have your own transportation.