Río Negro, Neuquén, Chubut, Santa Cruz, Tierra del Fuego.

It is located in the southernmost region of South America and its renown for its diverse and beautiful landscapes, attractions and activities. It was inhabited by the indigenous tribes of the Tehuelches and the Mapuches when European families arrived to settle the area at the end of the 19th century.

The provinces of Rio Negro and Neuquén are home to the Seven Lakes district. We will take you on an incredible drive through roads surrounded by Coihue forests, blue and green lakes, hidden trails and national parks. The small and lovely towns of San Martín de los Andes, Villa La Angostura and Bariloche give you the feeling that you are a part of the landscape. For outdoor adventurers, this region is ideal. Trekking, climbing, skiing, rafting- you can do it all, depending on the time of year you visit. We will tailor an adventure to your abilities and desires.

Prefer the coast
 to mountains? We can explore Puerto Madryn, considered Argentina’s diving capital, which provides access to the best-known underwater parks. We will journey to Península de Valdéz (UNESCO World Natural Heritage) watching or swimming with hundreds of whales, dolphins, elephant seals and penguins.

We can head further south to the province of Santa Cruz, home to the world famous Perito Moreno Glacier and the Glaciares National Park (UNESCO World Natural Heritage). Some of the attractions close to the glaciers are the neighboring town of Calafate and Mount Fitz Roy. Once there, the possibilities are endless: walking on glaciers, boat trips around the glaciers, trekking through or climbing up the mountains, or taking in the wildlife.

And finally, there is Tierra del Fuego, home to the worlds’ southernmost city, Ushuaia. An area full of history; the prison, the train, and the Beagle Channel. After taking in the serenity of being at the world’s end, we can relax at the incredible estancias, partake in some of the best fishing around, or go on an incredible horse-back ride, where the world can be seen from a unique angle.

Best time of year:
Summer is ideal for exploring the valleys and winter is perfect for snow sports.





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