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Valdés Peninsula & Punta Tombo

October to March
5 days

Join us to a photo safari to the Valdés Peninsula at the peak of the breeding season. We will visit colonies of southern elephant seals, South American sea lions, rock cormorants and kelp gulls among other species. A boat trip will give us the chance to admire and photograph the Southern right whales that visit annu... More info...

October to March
5 days

Join us to a photo safari to the Valdés Peninsula at the peak of the breeding season. We will visit colonies of southern elephant seals, South American sea lions, rock cormorants and kelp gulls am... More info...

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Costanera Sur Ecological Preserve and other urban protected areas

All year around
1 Day

Just at ten-minute drive from downtown Buenos Aires there is a splendid protected area, the Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve, with a surface of 350 hectares of marshes, grasslands, bushes and woods, and housing a surprising diversity of wildlife. Over 220 species of birds have been recorded in the area, among which w... More info...

All year around
1 Day

Just at ten-minute drive from downtown Buenos Aires there is a splendid protected area, the Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve, with a surface of 350 hectares of marshes, grasslands, bushes and woods... More info...

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Gauchos in San Antonio de Areco

All year around
1 Day

In the Pampas, not far from the city of Buenos Aires, we find a series of villages where the Gaucho traditions are still alive. The town of San Antonio de Areco, birthplace of the gaucho writer Ricardo Güiraldes, in nearly every weekend holds traditional gaucho shows, as well as typical Argentine dances and horse ra... More info...

All year around
1 Day

In the Pampas, not far from the city of Buenos Aires, we find a series of villages where the Gaucho traditions are still alive. The town of San Antonio de Areco, birthplace of the gaucho writer Ric... More info...

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Hummingbirds in the Paraná River Delta

All year around
1 Day

At less than one hour drive from Buenos Aires we find one of South America's biggest deltas, formed by the sediments of the Paraná and Uruguay rivers. A vast network of channels, streams, meanders, islands and banks with a subtropical vegetation that advances approximately 80 meters per year towards Buenos Aires are... More info...

All year around
1 Day

At less than one hour drive from Buenos Aires we find one of South America's biggest deltas, formed by the sediments of the Paraná and Uruguay rivers. A vast network of channels, streams, meanders... More info...

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