Before, during or after your fishing holidays: Food & Wine Tours, Active packs, Wellness-spa, helicopter flights, photo safaris and cultural tours.
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Fishing in the Pyrenees with Salvelinus
Fishing in Patagonia with Salvelinus
Combine your fishing trip with visits to some very interesting tourist attractions in Argentina
Perito Moreno Glacier
The city has 3 million inhabitants and 48 different neighborhoods or quarters
In each quarter the visitor will find:
The areas most visited are:
Buenos Aires is one of South America´s cultural centers because:
Eating out in Buenos Aires is simply a question of choosing where and what because the city has more than 3000 restaurants. From typical local cuisine to roasts and pizzas and ethnic food representing the many different communities that have settled in the city
Football is followed with passion and many fans make sure their trip to Buenos Aires coincides with the derby between Boca and River.
Buenos Aires also offers important cultural events throughout the year.
Visitors can stroll through the city with or without a local guide. You can spend months in Buenos Aires or get to know what is essential in a few days, even just enjoy the city in a 24 hour stay.
We can offer - for those who are looking a very authentic and unconventional visit to the real Buenos Aires: a bus trip visiting the main attractions of Buenos Aires: a couple of local restaurants, a genuine tango show in the real Buenos Aires at night, a visit to El Cementerio. The visit includes shopping and tango shows. You can have a drink in el Caminito, close to Boca´s stadium.
This is one of the most thrilling excursions in all of Patagonia. It is one of those never to be forgotten experiences.
You reach the National Park The Glaciers (Parque Nacional Los Glaciares). Then another 22 miles along the coast of Brazo Rico del Lago Argentino surrounded by lush vegetation
One of the most thrilling excursions in all of Patagonia
A mantle of ice covers this Protected Area of some 600.000 hectares or approximately 1,400,000 acres. The most important of the 356 glaciers is Perito Moreno with a terminus of 3 miles and an average height above sea level of 260 feet.
Visitors who approach closely can observe blocks of ice breaking off and tumbling into the sea.
Glaciar Perito Moreno is world famous because of its ruptures – when the pressure of the water created by the natural dam formed in Lago Argentino by the advance of the glacier - breaks the ice barrier.
Parque Nacional Los Glaciares was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1981.
El Chaltén founded as recently as 1985 is a small village in the heart of the National Park The Glaciers (Parque Nacional Los Glaciares) at the foot of Mt. Fitz Roy and on the banks of River de las Vueltas in the east of the province of Santa Cruz in the southern part of the Andes.
The Argentinian trekking capital.
Most visitors to El Chaltén are attracted by sports associated with mountains: trekking, mountaineering and white water rafting. Others enjoy horse riding observing wildlife or fishing or simply walking on the trails near the village.
Nearby natural attractions include:
El Chaltén is the starting point for many trips that cross into Chile either on foot or on horseback. Then travelers board a former army boat now a tourist attraction to arrive at the XI region of Chile after visiting the famous O’Higgins Glacier.
Mendoza is proud to be the province with the highest mountain in the Americas – the Aconcagua which is well worth a visit. This province is also famous for its excellent wines.
Mendoza – the capital is also called Mendoza - is a province of Argentina situated in the Cuyo Region. The province is bordered: in the north by San Juan, in the east by the province of San Luis, in the south by La Pampa and Neuquén and in the west by the Andes - part of the frontier with Chile
"National Wine Harvest Celebration and Wine Tasting Tour"
At 22,841 ft Mt. Aconcagua is the highest mountain in the Americas. It is in the department of Las Heras in the province of Mendoza. Mt. Aconcagua - is outside of the Himalayas- the world´s highest peak.
This event is important not only in Mendoza but also nationwide and its fame grows yearly. The celebration includes several provincial events which culminate in a majestic ceremony that takes place in the first week of March.
San Carlos de Bariloche, usually referred to Bariloche is a city in the province of Río Negro
Bariloche is a major center for tourism and the city with the highest number of inhabitants in the Patagonian Andes. It is situated in the southeast of Rio Negro province on the southern shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi and surrounded by the National Park Nahuel Huapi. It is just over 500 miles from Viedma.
" Bariloche is the biggest city in the Patagonian Andes."
Nature reserves with lakes, mountains and forests, ski stations and outstanding architecture are the three main attractions of Bariloche.
Using Bariloche as a starting point you can visit Villa La Angostura – a picturesque village in the middle of native forests and Isla Victoria and the groves of Chilean myrtles
The Nahuel Huapi National Park is the largest national park in the region It is partially protected on the east by the category IV Management Reserve Area It is part of the North Patagonian Reserve of the Biosphere (2007)
Geology in the Nahuel Huapi is characterized by tertiary rocks of volcanic origin and eroded glacial features. The area was at one time a sea bed. The buildup of snow and ice led to glaciers in the mountains that descended into the valleys and created the many U shaped valleys that can be seen today
Hire a car and set out on the 250 mile tour.
The route includes a wide range of landscapes. You drive towards San Martín through the forests and crossing rivers and streams and skirting lakes (Nahuel Huapi, Correntoso, Espejo, Escondido, Villarino, Falkner y Machónico). Finally, after driving by Lake Lacar, you reach the pleasant city of San Martin de los Andes.
Ushuaia is the capital of the Province of Tierra del Fuego, Antartica and Southern Atlantic Islands. It is situated in a wide bay on the southern coast of Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego. It is bounded on the north by the Martial range of mountains and on the south by the Beagle Channel. Ushuaia was founded in1884.
"Considered to be the southernmost city in the world."
The climate is humid (about 190/200 days of rain or snow a year) and cold and the area is buffeted by strong winds from September to March
The nearby presence of the mountains and the sea makes the climate somewhat milder than one would expect. However, the climate is fickle, changing from one day to another and even in the same day. Because Ushuaia is close to the South Pole, there are about 18 hours of sunlight in the summer whereas winter daylight hours drop to about 7.
The city has a well developed network of hotels and restaurants
Places to visit:
Glaciers are large persistent expanses of ice where the accumulation of snow exceeds melting over a long period of time. A glacier slowly deforms and flows. As it moves, it modifies the landscape it acts on.
Almost all of the Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego was covered by an ice sheet during the Pleistocene.
The ice sheet also affected the Straits of Magellan. A glacier carved out the Beagle Channel.