Golfing in Bariloche

Between lakes and montains
golf in Bariloche
With 3 internationally renowned 18-hole golf courses, the Patagonian lake district is a paradise for golfers and non-golfers travelling together. The courses are hidden within a perfect mountainside and lakes scenery, surrounded by snowy peaks and crystal water lakes, offering breathtaking panoramic views while you play. Read More »

Golfing in Cafayate

At the foot of the Andes
golf in cafayate
Golf in Cafayate is a journey to the game's future and past: a return to the sheer joy of play in a spectacular natural setting. Renowned designer Bob Cupp has created a world-class set of golf links. Using the natural existing forms of the land, native grasses and other organic elements, Cupp has created a course that seems to have always been there. Read More »

Wildelife Safari and Birdwatching

Esteros del Ibera
caiman in ibera
Esteros del Ibera is a natural environment very similar to the Pantanal in Brasil, and is ideal for wildlife safaris and bird watching or for relaxation and other outdoor activities in warm weather and beautiful rural surroundings. The wetlands are home to a variety of very precious species (deer, alligators, monkeys, capivaras) as well as more than 400 species of birds, and the area is thoroughly dedicated to the preservation of the natural life. Read More »

Family Fun in the Andes

Multiactivity outdoor program around Mendoza
rafting en mendoza
Home to the Aconcagua, the highest mountain in South America, the province of Mendoza is the perfect place to practice mountaineering and outdoor activities. Horseback-ride across the Andes just like San Martin did, mountain-bike from one winery to another, hike at the foot of the Aconcagua, or white-water raft down the river… these are just some of your options. Read More »

From the Desert to the Jungle

4 days trekking in the Northwest
One of Argentina’s most exciting treks, declared “TOP TWENTY” in the world by Outside Adventure Travel Book. Our trip begins in Quebrada de Humahuaca and ends in Calilegua National Park, in the heart of the Jujuy jungle. Both places have been declared World Heritage by the UNESCO. Discover this area by walking on a thousand-year-old trail surrounded by an extensive landscape ranging from the semidesert to the jungle, breathtaking mountains and colorful valleys. The trip leads us to live a unique cultural experience, visiting small native settlements that can only be accessed by foot, and getting to know their welcoming inhabitants. Read More »