Nibepo - Aike Ranch

Los Glaciares National Park (Reserve zone), El Calafate, Province of Santa Cruz, Patagonia, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Los Glaciares National Park (Reserve zone), El Calafate, is near Glaciar Perito Moreno and El Chalten.
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Travel Blogs from El Calafate

"Jaw Dropping!"

A travel blog entry by nickjackets on May 14, 2014

4 comments, 41 photos

... Glacier is 38 km long,5.5km wide and covers an area of 257 square kilometers.The walls that face you are 60m - 80m high from the water up.The glaciers originally covered the entire national park and as they traveled they gouged out the landscape forming steep sided valleys,over time and warmer temperatures they receded leaving huge round boulders and other debris, forming a very strange landscape.The grey-turquoise coloured water is formed from fine powdered particles made ...

Argentinian Pategonia

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Apr 02, 2014

59 photos

... warm and cooking rice, beans and cheese quesadillas while we relaxed in the camping "lodge," enjoying the chance, for the first time in over two weeks since we have had the van, to chat with travelers from all over the world. To stay warm that night, we opted to all cram in the van rather than risk the chance of another overnight snow on our tent, which in no way appears to be fit for such weather conditions.

4/1/14We slept safely and soundly and with all of our ...

El Calafate - Big Ice, Big Mountains

A travel blog entry by jdtrip on Mar 21, 2014

11 photos

... the Chilean border, arriving into Torres del Paine around 11am. It's not quite certain where the name for the mountains comes from - either Paine, pronounced 'pie-nee', is from the local native language and means blue-hue, denoting the colour of the mountains from a distance, or it is simply named after the first person on record the reach the top, likely a Welshman named Paine. Either way, the weather was pretty bad during our visit so we saw a thick ...

Day 162 - Animals / Puma, Cavaxo y Liebre

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Jan 26, 2014

21 photos

... she is improving right now. Really good.






Then, we see that near where has been doing the exercises, there are droppings of a species of deer native to these area. We follow the tracks and... surprise! We see puma tracks! At this time, we see the park ranger and he confirms that these are real puma tracks. He tells us how lucky we are because those are rare to see. He is happy too that there is so ...

Navigation Lago Argentino

A travel blog entry by adamthrock on Jan 16, 2014

22 photos

... was crowding out onto the narrow decks to get pictures of icebergs floating down from the nearby (but still kind of far) Upsala Glacier. We were in a flotilla of three catamarans which then slowly floated up the the face of the glacier and around the icebergs beneath.

Continuing into another arm of the lake, we visited Spegazinni Glacier, which is the tallest glacier in the country. Another boat ...