The beauty of the lakes located in the Patagonian area or the vast seas that wash the shores of Chile and Argentina, offer the ideal frame for the practice of nautical sports.
Surfing is a very complete sport, which forces sportsmen to train. It is intriguing, exciting, exhausting and it breaks with the activities you can perform on solid ground.
Cold blood and steel nerves are required in order to practice kayaking. Adventurers of this sport experiment a compromise between the skill of maneuvering their craft with the dangerous rivers and the relentless aggressiveness of the water that tries the temper of the intrepid among the rapids.
Windsurfing is the perfect combination between surfing and sailing boats. In the last few years, this sport has made a complete turnabout into an extreme activity, when adventurers of windsurfing take advantage of the speed given by the wind to use waves as ramps and make all kind of pirouettes.
If you resolve to make a raid into some of these activities, we recommend that you take the necessary courses that will help you learn about the secrets, difficulties and safety measures of each of these sports.
| Villa Traful - Neuquén
Adventure Tourism in Traful Village
Along Nº 65 National Route , by Confluencia Site, you will go through Traful- Lauquen Camping Site which has all the necessary facilities to camp by the lake...
|Adventure Tourism in Traful Village|
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.
Located in the southern end of the American continent, Patagonia meets several natural conditions and characteristics ideal for growing vineyards.
Pure air, clear skies and endless silences are only interrupted by the whispers of the winds that cross the area from the Andes Mountain Range to the Atlantic Ocean, carrying the mysterious aromas of the bushes and the wild berries.