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Las Pampas

The vast Pampas region

An immense plain called “La Pampa” covers the central area that surrounds the city of Buenos Aires, a total area of about 1.000 km2 (630 sq. miles) and with a fertile productive soil reaching a depth of 2,5 meters (8 feet). It is probably the most famous territory of Argentina: The fertile humid Pampa where gauchos live.

Home of the legendary gaucho, all the romantic fantasies about Argentina are concentrated here. An immense land fit for dreams and for man to rediscover himself. Extensive fields of alfalfa, sorghum, wheat, maize or sunflowers under an endless blue sky. Prairies reaching out of sight dotted with thousands of head of cattle which are the basis of the asados (roasts) of the best meat in the world. And presiding over these plains, fine ranch houses, horses hitched to a rail and the gauchos taking mate beneath the shade of an ombú tree.

7 night / 8 Days

Expedition from Buenos Aires to Iguazu F

Experience deep Argentina on an extraordinary journey through The Pampas from Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls. An incredible guided road trip crossing huge rivers, the incredible Iberá Marshes and the deep jungle.

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6 days – 5 nights

Iguazu Falls & The Jungle off the beaten

Marvel at the Iguazu Falls, one of the 7 natural wonders of the world, and experience the jungle at Surucuá Lodge. An incredible experience in one of the largest remaining virgin rainforests, as well as one of the most biodiverse in the world.

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6 Days – 7 nights

Paraguay and The Pantanal off the beaten

A great experience of a lifetime. This expedition is a unique opportunity to capture incredible moments of nature in all its splendor. This guided road trip allows you to enjoy a unique experience in the paradise of the Pantanal.

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8 days / 7 nights overland

Experience The Andean World off the beat

Enjoy an unconventional guided road trip in the heart of the Andean world, through amazing landscapes rich in contrasts and an ancient culture. Along the way, towns and villages rich in archaeological remains, adobe houses and chapels that show much

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