Trout Fishing & Camping in Patagonia
The southern area of Patagonia has some of the most breathtaking scenery imaginable with stunning snow capped mountains, rushing rivers and tranquil lakes. Due to the huge hatches of their natural prey each year, these rivers and lakes also produce some of the biggest Brown and Rainbow Trout found around the world.
With such amazing scenery surrounding you, it would be a crime to be cooped up inside a hotel each night, so our multi day fly fishing & camping trip in the heart of the Nahuel Huapi National Park near Bariloche is our first recommendation. Using only the highest quality gear, whether you are a complete novice or a seasoned angler, this tour is designed to ensure you have the most enthralling time possible. Local guides offer their expert advice and local knowledge to give you the best opportunity of catching the record breaking trout that live in the rivers and lakes of Bariloche. With a riverside breakfast and lunch included each day, and porters to set up camp each night, you'll not only enjoy outstanding fishing, but have time to take in the breathtaking backdrop of the Nahuel Huapi National Park as well.
Horse Riding through the Andean foothills of Cordoba Province
Cordoba Province in central Argentina is nestled in the foothills of the majestic Andes mountain range in an area known as the Sierras Chicas.This area of rolling grassland provides the perfect backdrop for some of the best horseback riding available.
Staying at a working cattle farm, known as an estancia, gives the experience even more authenticity as it allows you the opportunity to get hands on with the day to day activities of ranching if you so wish. Or if you’d prefer a more relaxed approach to your time on the farm, daily rides through the hills and valleys of the estate taking in waterfalls, rock pools and hill top viewing vistas are also at your disposal. The area is also perfect for walking, outdoor photography, bird watching and drawing so there’s still plenty to do if you aren’t so “horsey”.
Dove Shooting at it’s finest
Dove shooting in Argentina has developed a cult following by avid hunters as a “must do” activity on their bucket lists. With flocks numbering into the millions, Dove shooting is a unique experience when compared with other aerial shooting adventures.
The natural flat lands in Cordoba especially provide the perfect habitat for these huge flocks to settle and thus ensuring that no matter the time of year, you can always be guaranteed to have as large a bag as you wish. The local expert guides are on hand to make sure you are taken care of throughout the day and that all your needs are met, whilst the lodges you stay in offer a level of comfort that ensures those weary muscles can be rested at the end of each day so you are fresh for the next day’s adventures.
Wine tasting in the Argentine wine region of Mendoza
The Argentine wine, Malbec, has become a tabletop favourite around the world. Argentina also produces many other varieties but it’s the Malbec that makes the Mendoza region so special.
Our wine tasting trips allow you to enjoy a few days exploring the top vineyards of the region, sampling the goods whilst cycling or being chauffeured in between vineyards which makes for a hugely enjoyable and relaxing vacation.
Ice Trekking on the Marconi Glacier, Southern Patagonian Ice Field
There are few places on the planet that are more breathtaking and wondrous than the Southern Patagonian Ice Field. The area of Patagonia, in Southern Argentina, is a dream location for anyone who enjoys the outdoors. With Glacial lakes and streams, towering mountains and vast forests there are numerous outdoor pursuits available in the region, but the jewel in the crown is the epic Southern Patagonian Ice Field.
There are many ways to experience this wonder, from single day trips to view the ice field from a nearby mountain top, to a full on 10 day expedition into the ice field. On the longer trips you’ll have the chance to ice climb and trek across the ice field whilst carrying your own equipment and working as part of the team along with your fellow explorers. It goes without saying, a certain level of fitness is a prerequisite for these multi day tours, however no ice trekking experience is necessary as you’ll have expert guides with you for the whole trip to ensure your safety and enjoyment.
If you’d like more information about how we can design your perfect Argentine outdoor adventure please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 1244940410.
May 14, 2016