The southern right whale is the great protagonist of Patagonian whale watching. The point is that in the winter and when the spring comes, a large number of whales approach the Valdés Peninsula region, mainly Golfo San José and Golfo Nuevo, in the Province of Chubut. carajo From early June to the beginning of November, hundreds of right whales come near the shore to mate and breed. Some
Weds 14 Nov: San Antonio de los Cobres – La Poma (c. 2830m) (92km, 1350m ascent). The big day. We set off early, retracing to Los Patos and turning right. The route follows a stream through a broad valley, with a few settlements off the road. At 18km is what looks to be a good campsite (presumably the one used by Stefan Roman). 7km later there is a sandy stretch with no habitation beyond.
To celebrate the harvest, General Roca offers the National Apple Festival. It takes place over four days and includes a significant deployment of shows, competitions and fair zonal products. The National Apple Festival emerged in the Black River Legislature through Act 360, enacted on October 9, 1964, which did not determine location of your seat. Later officials enacted a new decree on
The Larches The National Park, located in the mountainous region of the province of Chubut, has 14 lakes connected by rivers and hiking trails 28. Owner of an ancient alerzal unique in the world, invites the traveler to enjoy unspoiled nature and discover the magic of glaciers, lakes and forests. It was created in 1937 and covers an area of 259 570 ha. The foundation of his creation is the
Tourism in Black River and Neuquén is spreading beyond their traditional offerings. The wine and culture step between traditional bids are opened and are an increasingly sought after by visitors product. All wine regions of the world have generated strategies and promote wine to show this activity, which is much more than an economic and agricultural reality. It is an activity that prints
We continue with the legendary Route 40 One of the most compelling circuits National Route 40, which runs more than 5,000 miles from Argentina, is passing through the region of Cuyo. The provinces of Mendoza, San Juan and La Rioja, surprise the traveler with the best Malbec in the country, Talampaya National Park and the Valley of the Moon. On the route have been few paving until it received
Route 40 extends over 5000 kilometers in Argentina and unites some of the most beautiful and famous country territories. The trail crosses the Cuyo, North and Patagonia. It passes through 11 provinces, twenty National Parks and Reserves, 13 large lakes and salt mines, and five areas declared Natural Heritage Site. Kilometer 0 of Route 40 is the Cabo Virgenes in Santa Cruz, and it reaches its
The Quilmes ruins are located in the Calchaquí Valle, Tucumán, Argentina. They are the remains of the largest pre-Columbian settlement in that country. They occupy about thirty acres and are located near Cerro Alto del Rey. The place was first owned by the original people, the provincial government then later a private dealer and finally, descendants of the people Quilmes. These ruins have
High difficulty circuits which have very hilly with very steep and sustained increases are considered very dangerous descents, tight times for tours on the schedule indicated, orientation problems and poor cyclability. Argentina offers different type circuits for mountain bike enthusiasts: Road of the Seven Lakes: The most chosen by thousands of tourists option is this way, half gravel
RN40 was created in 1935 and runs along 11 Argentine provinces, bordering the course of the Andes mountains. Ruta 40 is the longest route in Argentina and one of the largest in the world (along with the U.S. Route 66 and the Stuart Highway in Australia -without counting the unofficial Panamerican Highway-), more than 5,000 km (3,106 mi) long. National Route 40 or RN40, often called Ruta 40
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