On a Windy Hill
We toured around Plaza Huincul, which flourished in the arid and desolate scenery of the Neuquén plateau as a result of oil exploitation.
|On a Windy Hill|
One Day Close to the Dam
Ideal to spend a day outdoors, the Arroyito Dam displays a singular picture created by nature and by human intelligence.
|One Day Close to the Dam|
The Limay, for Anglers
This is an invitation to see some of the nooks of the Limay, one of the most important rivers in the great valley, where good specimens of brown and rainbow trout may be found.
|The Limay, for Anglers|
Vestiges from the Cretaceous
We went on a getaway to Villa El Chocón to see the paleonthological treasures hidden in the high plateau.
|Vestiges from the Cretaceous|
Canopy is a new adventure sport whose main objective is to offer a unique activity and a different ecological experience which consists in not altering the habitat.
The feeling of going through the Valdivian forest or the Andean Patagonian forest from the tops of the trees, swinging or hanging in the middle of nowhere, is both funny and exciting.
Rafting is a team sport, in which all the crew members in the boat row and position themselves in a coordinated manner in order to balance their weight when going through the river rapids and keep themselves afloat.
The standard number of people allowed on the boat is from six to eight crew members, depending on the boat size.
Rafting beginners are recommended to remain in the center of the boat. Those who are somehow experienced and prefer to row may stay in front, whereas the most experienced generally stay at the back.