Punta Perdices

Punta Perdices is located within the Villarino Peninsula, in the San Matías Gulf, Río Negro Province. A few meters from the Port of San Antonio Este is one of the most sought after beaches by lovers of tranquility and full…
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Route 40, pure adventure

Route 40 runs alongside the Andes from la Puna until reaching the Glaciers of the South.  It is mythical for many reasons. For the solitary stretches it crosses. For the peaks of the Andes that guard the route like centennials.…
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Driving across Patagonia

Traveling in your own car in Patagonia is a challenge many times. Roads and paths are not always well kept or there is no pavement, not to mention the solitude that characterizes the argentine south. Our collaborator Mariano Fernandez Soler…
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La Trochita - Tren a vapor en la Patagonia Argentina

Trains in Patagonia: the facts

Traveling by Train is romantic. It makes us imagine that we are time travelers. To enter that world of rolling wagons, dampened noises and smooth wobble is an unforgettable experience. If we add the fact that through the windows the…
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Patagonia’s Lighthouses

Lighthouses are an emblem of sailors and Patagonia, discovered, respected and even feared by seamen, conserves many of these artifacts. The word lighthouse ("faro" in Spanish) comes from Pharos, the name of an island located in front of Alexandria's port…
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Somuncurá’s Plateau

The stone that speaks the language of Earth Such as the villagers tell, the stones roll by themselves during the nights and the wind whispers when playing with them in the heart of Somuncurá. This Patagonian plateau is filled with much beauty…
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