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Tours in Argentina

Tours in Patagonia

Do not miss

Perito Moreno
“Finally, an emotion, finally Patagonia”, so that our traveler reacted in the face of this earth, vast, desolate and beautiful, stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Andes, it lies on the boundary between the glaciers and the steppe; penguins, whales, gray trunks of the trees, the monkey-puzzle … the remains of dinosaurs and petrified woods, in short, a dream, a desire that turns into reality: a trip to Patagonia!
Possibility of combination between different routes, extension / reduction of the time, the choice of means of transport, with or without escort…
You Decide!

The whales Ushuaia – Perito Moreno – El Chalten – Cueva de las Manos – Sarmiento petrified wood – Camarones – Valdes peninsula. 15 days
The penguins Ushuaia – Perito Moreno – El Chalten – Puerto San Julian – Pietrified Wood national park – Puerto Deseado. 14 days
Patagonia: Argentina & Chile Ushuaia – Punta Arenas – Torres del Paine national park – Perito Moreno glacier – El Chalten – Valdes peninsula. 17 days

The hidden corners

Our recommendations to visit Patagonia go beyond the most known places. We push the traveler to follow in the footsteps of the people living in this region so large and far away from everything: landscapes that delivered a message of peace and nature, wild animals, signs of geological time, the typical gastronomy … and a long path of these endless dirt roads that offer the opportunity to really understand the size, demographics and the social reality of Patagonia.
The places that we suggest you are off the main tourist routes, such as those thousand “nooks and crannies” of our own country so dear to us.

Neverending Altiplane Bariloche – Los Menucos – Meseta di Somoncurá – Bariloche 5 days
Approaching the Mapuches Bariloche – El Bolson – Bariloche 8 days

Tours in North-West

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Quebrada de Humahuaca
This is a land characterized by the colors, water and dust resistant, strong flavors, especially the faces and personalities of different ethnic groups, rich of their ancestral culture and spirituality of a strong and wise. The landscape, the climate, the faces of people totally change in nearly 2000 miles to the west of Buenos Aires.

Full North and west Jujuy – Salta – Cafayate – Quilmes – Antofagasta de la Sierra – Belen – San Francisco pass – Fiambala – Tinogasta – Chilecito – Villa Union – Valle de la Luna – Talampaya – La Rioja 16 days
Salar & Deserts Salta – Cafayate – Cachi – Salta – San Pedro de Atacama (Cile) – Salar de Uyuni (Bolivia) – La Quiaca – Quebrada de Humahuaca – S.S. de Jujuy 13 days

The hidden corners

The “royal road” that united Lima to Buenos Aires, in the era of the Spanish colony, has marked the history of a number of cities including Tucumán, Salta and San Salvador de Jujuy. Then there is La Rioja, San Juan, Mendoza and Cordoba. And ‘this way that we retrace among the remains of a typical architecture, called colonial and villages in the fertile valleys at the foot of the Andes. The pre-Inca culture still lives with us in the highlands, lunar landscapes and colorful, along the neat rows of vineyards. Let the myth of the Pachamama to the sad reality of the environmental disasters of the gold mines; from the enhancement of ancestral cultures in social struggles, against a sometimes almost feudal system.

Red de Turismo Campesino (Rural tourism network) Rural tourism in family in “Valles Calchauiqes” – Cafayate – San Carlos
Trekking Iruya Salta – Tilcara – Humahuca – Yruya – Salar Grande – Purmamarca
Caminos de Altamira Agriturism near Mendoza – Uco valley – vineyards and tradition

Tours in North-East

Do not miss

Cataratas de Iguazù
The northeast is a world of water that flows continuously, and slowly turns into rivers, streams, droplets of water suspended, even in fog and steam, to once again become pure water. The northeast is a world of light and color games with forest, mixed with water reflecting the blue-green colors that blend with the reddish earth, a world full of fluttering butterflies and flowers. The north-east is the land of the Guarani and their history. The northeast is a primitive world and superfine, where stands the power of nature and its ancestral guardians.

All wonders of Misiones Iguazu – Guarani communities – Moconá – the jesuitics Missions in Argentina and Paraguay.​ 8 days
The best of Misiones The mission of San Ignacio Miní – Iguazu and the Guaraní communities 3 days

The hidden corners

Our suggestions for touring the region “water” go beyond the most known places. Where the waters sparkle of life (Iberà means “bright water” in the Guarani language): plants that between the abundance of water and the warm climate of regeneration in continuation; animals are easy to spot, alligators (Jacare), tapirs, deer and birds to no end. An expanse of life wet, and then the gauchos, folklore … red sunsets, the calm of the evening…

The Iberà marsh Colonia Pellegrini and the Natural Reserv of Iberá 4 days
Corrientes Chavarría A traditional village, between water and folklore 4 days
El Cachapé farm Resistencia – El Cachape – Resistencia 4 days

Tours in Buenos Aires

The City

Buenos Aires Città
Visitors from 360 ° through the city like a Porteño (as they are called in Argentina the inhabitants of Buenos Aires) in a good mood that day rolls his eyes and turns his city. So discover diverse styles of buildings, flashes of light between the roofs, the faces of the people, the sulks and smiles, merchandise stalls or shops of luxury. Do not sit on a private bus aseptic and insulating.
We offer a tour of the city from the perspective of the socio-historical insights into topics such as the Movement of Factories retrieved, human rights, the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo; Clandestine detention centers, Community Theatre and the Tango.
Depending on the time and interests of travelers the City of Buenos Aires offers many possibilities of visits… You decide!.
Some ideas for itineraries:

Base itinerary: discover the city of Buenos Aires
Le Mothers of Plaza de Mayo
Clandestine detection centers

The province

Carlos Keen
Just outside the Greater Buenos Aires urban extension of nearly 100 km radius from the core of the city proper, the landscape is monopolized by the green plain that joins the sky in the horizon. Cattle graze freely and the surrounding fields are interspersed with rare and isolated houses surrounded by trees. Throughout this province there are only two hilly areas, characterized by forests and streams: The Sierra de Tandil and Ventana the Sierras.
The places that we suggest you are off the main tourist routes, such as those thousand “nooks and crannies” of our own country so dear to us. Each of these routes can be easily reached by bus from Buenos Aires, the time required is between 1-4 days each.
Possibility of combination between the different routes, extension / reduction of the time, the choice of means of transport, with or without a companion… you decide.

The Rio Paraná delta: Bonanza Deltaventura, Tigre
The park museum Hudson: Florencio Varela town, a bit of Pampa between the cities
La Ñiña Pueblo Rural: Partido 9 de Julio, the “Estancia la Catita” farm and a village.