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Estancias in Argentina


Texts: Cristina Bozzoli, Pablo Etchevers
Estancias in Argentina

Most estancias located at the southern end of Argentina show visitors the different aspects of their daily routines, in which bucolic activities are harmonically combined with rural tourism, an activity that has recently gained its own followers.

Southern Corridor

Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego
Ruta comp.21(ex A) km5 a 80 km Rio Gde  Tel: +54 2964 427245  
Activities & Facilities: Horse rides Rural activities Hikes Fishing Winery Bird watching 
Monte Dinero
Cabo Vírgenes, Santa Cruz
Ruta Prov. 1 Km. 100 Cabo Virgenes  Tel: +54 2966 428922   e-mail
Activities & Facilities: Rural activities Hikes Bird watching Photographic safari 
La María
Puerto San Julián, Santa Cruz
Oficinas: Saavedra 1163  Tel: +54 2962 452328  
Activities & Facilities: Horse rides Hikes Bird watching Paleontological sites 
Hostería Alta Vista
El Calafate, Santa Cruz
Ruta Complementaria 15 - Km. 33  Tel: +54 2902 491247   e-mail
Activities & Facilities: Horse rides Hikes Fishing Winery Bird watching 
Estancia Harberton
R. Complemnetaria 33 a 85 Km de la ciudad  Tel: +54 2901 42-2742   e-mail
Activities & Facilities: Hikes Museum Parking 
Cabo San Pablo
Río Grande, Tierra del Fuego
Ruta Comp. 21 (ex A) Km 39 a 132 km Rio Gde.  Cel: +54 9 2964 610630  
Activities & Facilities: Horse rides Rural activities Hikes Fishing Winery Bird watching 

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