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Located in the Northern area of Argentinian Patagonia, the Great Valley
corridor presents a productive oasis amidst the steppe. Being the main producer of apples in the country, among other export crops, it includes part of the Argentinian Provinces of La Pampa, Neuquén and Río Negro.
The tourist offer revolves around the visits to the various facilities devoted to the intensive production of these regional crops.
The area also offers the possibility to practice some historical tourism, as well as enjoying the countless bathing resorts on its rivers in the summer. The Limay, the Neuquén, the Negro and the Colorado, among the most important rivers, offer a space for resting and beholding, an ideal frame for the practice of nautical sports and fishing.
The landscape enables visitors to appreciate a transition from the green cultivated fields and the farms in blossom to xerophilous poor vegetation in the southern area, where the wild nature of Patagonia itself begins, with its scarce water courses and the magnificence of its images.
Cities such as Neuquén
or Cipolletti constitute booming urban centers which have incorporated significant technological and cultural progress in the last few decades. Furthermore, they provide a wide range of hotels and restaurants, thus giving shape to ideal sites as starting points for an exhaustive tour around the rest of Patagonia.
Total: 1213 tours and excursions.
The dazzling, turquoise water of Arroyito dam and the surrounding reddish rocks added to the bright green vegetation make up a breathtaking landscape.
Just 35 kilometers south of Santa Rosa, it is the only natural reserve of this typical La Pampa tree, the calden. There are self-guided trekking trails, an interpretation...
Vintter Museum, as all the museums in the region, gives evidence of the life periods of the peoples with jealously kept facts and circumstances.
This place is beautiful, not only for the history it houses but also for the great deal of cultural activities held in it. A space specially recovered for visitors to enjoy.