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    Perito Moreno Glacier
    Encounter with milenary icefield

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    El Chaltén
    Trekking capital

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    Land of mountains, sun and wine

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    San Antonio de Areco
    Gaucho Tour

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    Iguazu Falls
    Natural Wonder of Nature



We leave from the hotel towards Tierra Mayor Valley. Our Musher instructor will welcome us and give us an introductory chat about the dogsledding world, while we visit the kennels. Then we´ll receive the instructions about sled assembly and driving techniques. We´ll put the harnesses on the dogs, we hitch them to the sled and off we go! This intense adventure is great fun! As we go, our sled caravan heads into the snowy valley until we arrive at Refugio del Hachero, where we´ll recover energy with some hot beverages. After a short rest, mushers and dogs continue the journey through forests, frozen rivers and experiencing the magic white silence. Maximum 8 pax and 4 sleds. Passengers must be in good health, must like dogs and have a team spirit. Dogsledding is comparable to cross country skiing, so reasonable fitness is required.


The route of this beautiful circuit includes the full range of landscapes that can be enjoyed in this privileged region. The first stop would be in Villa la Angostura where we will have time to get to know the center and its main street. We continue taking the "7 Lakes Route" towards San Martín on a wooded road that crosses rivers and streams, while bordering several lakes such as Nahuel Huapi, Correntoso, Espejo, Escondido, Villarino, Falkner and Machónico. Bordering Lake Lacar, we arrive at San Martín de los Andes to have lunch and get to know the city, its main street and the lake's coast. The return is by paved route that passes through Junín de Los Andes, La Rinconada, Collon Cura and joins National Route N40, with a rural and steppe landscape, crossed by beautiful Andean rivers that flow towards the Limay. Thus we arrive at Traful Confluence, where the rocky figures of the "Enchanted Valley" and the surprising formation of "El Amphitheater" are added to this magical landscape. Bordering the river to its source in Lake Nahuel Huapi, we return to Bariloche.


We leave Mendoza City to head for Potrerillos Dam, which is surrounded by huge mountains. We will, literally, fly across mountains and the Mendoza River hanging from a harness. This is a great adventure that mixes speed, excitement but also safety. Experience the rush and listen to the cable sing as we guide you over 700 meters (2296 feet) on 5 different zipline cables. Departure / arrival: between 8:30 am and 7 pm (approx.) Schedule: daily Duration: 1 hr Difficulty: Medium Minimum age: 6 years old (between 6 and 12 should be accompanied by an adult) Base circuit: 5 segments – 2.296 feet Services included: transfer in-out, bilingual guide, special equipment, and personal insurance. Suggestions: wear comfortable clothes, long trousers, a warm jacket, and sun cream.