Patagonia, Sunday, December 21, 2014

Regional Museums

Regional Museums

Visiting the Patagonian museums is a way of having a close link with the life, the customs and the natural environment of its communities.

Paleontology, archeology, history are some of the disciplines developed in these sections dedicated to witness the culture of the region.

Through each one of the corridors listed in the menu on the left, you can virtually access a wide range of sites, true invaluable refuges of the Patagonian identity. Because not only is a museum a look into the past; it is also a look into the inside.

Rafting

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.

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Fly Fishing

It is inevitable that we use passion to speak about fishing. A passion that invades each of us, anglers, in a different way, but usually by means of anecdotes or experiences.
Not only is fly-fishing passionate, but it also surpasses passion to such an extent that it is hard to put it into words. It can be told, like I am telling you at this very moment, but experience is and must be personal, always

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Inter Patagonia - Touristic Information about Patagonia, (Argentina and Chile): Regional Museums
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