From Buenos Aires along route 3 ( to Azul), route 76 (up to the turning point in Laprida), route 51 (to Bahía Blanca), and then again route 3 passing by Viedma.
From the north you may come along provincial route Nº 2 near Choele Choel or national route Nº 251 near Río Colorado, both joining national route 22.
From the west you can come through national route 23.
From the east and from the south, national route 3 is their communication.
Distances from Las Grutas to:
Buenos Aires 1130 km
Bahía Blanca 455 km
General Roca 395 km
Neuquén 435 km
Bariloche 957 km
Comodoro Rivadavia 788 km
Viedma 180 km
Puerto Madryn 269 km
Península de Valdes 338 km
Río Gallegos 1480 km
Río Grande 1850 km
San Martín de los Andes 870 km
Trelew 350 km
Junin de los Andes 835 km
|LADE||Hipólito Yrigoyen y Moreno - San Antonio Oeste 42-1500|
|Vía TAC||Terminal de Ómnibus 49-7778|
|Las Grutas S.A||San Martín 639 - San Antonio Oeste 42-2573|
|El Valle||Terminal de Ómnibus 49-777|
|El Pingüino||Terminal de Ómnibus 42-1580|
|El Cóndor||Terminal de Ómnibus - San Antonio Oeste 42-1580|
|Don Otto||Terminal de Ómnibus 49-7778|
|Andesmar||Terminal de Ómnibus 49-7802|
|3 de Mayo||Terminal de Ómnibus 49-7802|
|Tren Patagónico||Estación de Tren (02944) 42-2450|
|Cruz del Sur||San Martín esq. Mozotegui 42-2452|
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.
Approximately 65 million years ago, a large percentage of vegetables and animals suddenly became extinct. It was in the late Cretaceous period and there are various theories about it. Some scientists attribute this event to a gradual process that finally led to selective extinction. Others assert that a catastrophe, such as an asteroid hitting the Earth, caused these species mass extinction.