Koi-Mahik Hotel El Calafate

Address: Capitan Soto 3867 , El Calafate, Province of Santa Cruz, Patagonia, 9405, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Capitan Soto 3867 , El Calafate, is near Glaciar Perito Moreno and El Chalten.
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Travel Blogs from El Calafate


A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 28, 2014

... big coat has been busted out.

In the afternoon we went for a walk to the lake next to which the town sits. It is big, it should be if it is named after the country, but poor visibilty didn't give us too much to look at. The evening was a subdued afffair. People are here for the activities only. I did make the most "complicated" meal I have so far though - spag bol. It hardly set the world on fire but did the job. I was unable to finish.

"Jaw Dropping!"

A travel blog entry by nickjackets on May 14, 2014

4 comments, 41 photos

... collapsing with every centimeter that the glacier moves forward.I can see glassy veins of metallic light blue at the glacial face where ice has “glued” together over time and as the sun strikes the knife sharp peaked points at the top of the wall ,they shine with this same translucent blue,incredible. Occasionally mini chunks the size of motor cars break off from the top and plunge down to the water with a mighty slap,but against the size of the wall they seem ...

Argentinian Pategonia

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Apr 02, 2014

59 photos

... put on his boots, and assumed they'd come back inside with him! Searching the van unsuccessfully for the missing boot, we realized it must have fallen into the snow when he climbed back into bed. At least, we figured, he still had his sneakers. But, when we looked we immediately realized that he had similarly lost the right shoe of this pair as well, likely in the same manner on some other early morning pee. Now we were in a bit of a bind. Here we were, in Argentinian Patagonia, at ...

El Calafate - Big Ice, Big Mountains

A travel blog entry by jdtrip on Mar 21, 2014

11 photos

... W trek' - so-called because from above it looks like a W as it zigzags through the mountains. We weren't there to do that but we were pleased to be able to get a feel for the place and to see a decent amount of the mountains despite the heavy cloud cover. We also walked by a $7000-a-night hotel right in the National Park. Yes, 7,000 US dollars! That, apparently, includes transportation to and from the hotel (and it's MILES from anywhere) boat rides, ...

Glaciers, Penguins and Patagonia- OH MY!

A travel blog entry by ramblinjrose on Feb 10, 2014

13 photos

... I pass up this opportunity? Needless to say, I had a wee bit of a buzz leaving there and completely frozen fingers from snapping pictures in the sub zero temperatures. I wandered around the actual museum for about an hour reading and soaking up all the glacier knowledge my alcohol saturated brain could absorb. It was fascinating. Strangely enough, I met and chatted with some fellow Americans on the shuttle back into town and as we were saying goodbye they tried to recruit me to ...