Las Cabanitas

Valentin Feilberg 218, El Calafate, Province of Santa Cruz, Patagonia, 9405, Argentina | Campground
Prices starting from $45.00
 

Travel Blogs from El Calafate

Perito Moreno and The Far South

A travel blog entry by groovycakes

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... and alfajores. One of the guides went and hacked off some ice from the glacier and we drank it in our whiskey!!! Possibly the classiest moment of my life...plus I saw some flamingos in the lake on the way back! Who knew?
Rushed to the bus station once we got back to the hostel and bought my ticket for El Bolson, a little hippie town in the mountains, tomorrow. Went back to the hostel and drank beer with a French girl who spoke Spanish- good practice! Time for bed : ...

Day 9: Resting up in El Calafate.

A travel blog entry by gregchinery

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... with the uncommonly common name of Chimango Caracara. A bit more on this devilish beast, courtesy of photomazza.com: "The name of the genus “milvago” comes from the Latin term “milvus” and means kite, sparrowhawk and from “ago” which means false and therefore, false kite referring to its appearance which resembles a kite even if not being really such." The evening meal was taken at the friendly sounding restaurant, "Los Amigos" which ...

Last Day in Patagonia

A travel blog entry by randdstanley

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Hola chicos

Just a quick note to let you know we're safely back in Buenos Aires. We've just arrived, it is 00:30 local time. It's strange checking back in to the same hotel, the desk staff greeted us like old friends and we've even got the same room.

Its still a balmy 21 degrees this evening and this is a real contrast to the evenings Patagonia, where, when the sun goes down the ...

Day 103 - El Calafate - Adrenaline junkies

A travel blog entry by neensandpete

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... the cliff face, plus trying to find somewhere to put your hands and feet, but we both managed to get to the top on both of them (although Pete later admitted he didn't think Nina would be able to do the second one). Last activity was called Via Ferrata which involves climbing up a ladder which is attached to the cliff face and you attach yourself with carrabeens and re-attach as you go around corners. Really fun afternoon - we both ...

Rach and Meg go camping. In the snow.

A travel blog entry by meggles

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... marsh. The trail we were following became water logged so as neither of us had water proof shoes we tried to climb up the hill next to the trail a little bit to keep our feet dry, this failed totally as the marsh seemed to spread all the way up the hill and we kept following smaller trails that just got us wetter and wetter. Luckily we weren't too far from poinceau, the campsite at the bottom of Fitz roy and after a cup of tea we could barely remember that our shoes ...

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This campground, located on Valentin Feilberg 218, El Calafate, is near Glaciar Perito Moreno and El Chalten.
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