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En la provincia de San Luis del centro de Argentina, tenemos el parque nacional Sierra de las Quijadas, que es sin dudas un sitio único por sus paisajes llamativos. Quienes visitan este lugar pueden apreciar sus sierras con formas geológicas, en un ambiente de material rojizo. Además, al ser un área protegida se disfruta de este paseo en contacto con la naturaleza.



Es un parque nacional con vigilancia y facilidades para quienes desean conocerlo. Hay senderos de diferente grado de dificultad (

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La provincia de Catamarca, en la Argentina, ofrece sin dudas un sinfín de atracciones relacionadas con lo que cubre gran parte de su territorio: montañas.



No solo porque en parte de ella está la cordillera de los Andes y la Puna, sino porque también tiene sierras que corresponden a las más antiguas Sierras Pampeanas. Las primeras están hacia el oeste de la provincia, y las pampeanas más hacia el centro y este.

Incluye una de las áreas más altas de toda América, con varias cumbres que superan los

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La zona andina de Chubut presenta lagos de gran extensión. Son amplias superficies de agua rodeadas de montañas, por encontrarse por la cordillera de los Andes. Junto a los bosques dan paisajes espectaculares

Muchos son accesibles y se pueden visitar, ya que están cerca de varios destinos turísticos de la provincia. Algunos de ellos:

-Lagos Futalaufquen, Verde y Rivadavia: se pueden acceder desde Esquel y Trevelin desde el sur o desde Cholila por el norte a través de la ruta provincial 70, y perte

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Now that COVID restrictions are largely a thing of the past, once-in-a lifetime, bucket-list experiences are again within reach - with the caveat that our will to see the world is tempered with an awareness of travel's negative impact. So the pandemic was an awakening.

Offering handpicked riding holidays, specialist tour operator Ranch Rider has rounded up five dream horseback adventures that align with our newfound consciousness:



Siwash Lake Wilderness Resort, British Columbia


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7 Awesome Active Vacation Ideas for 2023

10994000853?profile=RESIZE_930xAndy Blackledge

If you like some action on your vacations, there's no doubt our planet is packed with all sorts of active, adventurous, and sometimes downright adrenaline-pumping options. Some are "soft," requiring no great skill or physical fitness, while others will delightfully challenge you. How to narrow it down to just seven? Well, let me give it a try!

Snorkeling in Belize

The 700-mile Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System is the world's second largest, and the 190-mile long Belize Barrie

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South America's Iconic Vicuñas


Visitors to part of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, and Peru (where it's the national animal and is even on the country's coat of arms) may come across this quintessential South American mammal, a camelid related to guanacos, llamas, and alpacas (which are descended from vicuñas) The smallest of the camelids, vicuñas stand about three feet tall at the shoulder; weigh between 70 and 150 pounds; and have long necks and legs as well as relatively small heads with long pointed ears.


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Argentina's rich winemaking heritage dates back to the early 16th century, putting it in an entirely different league than neighboring new world producers Chile and Brazil. Spanish settlers planted the first specimens of vitis vinifera in monastic vineyards throughout Argentina's central, western, and northeastern regions.

Soon an extensive agricultural irrigation system of ditches and canals modeled after those of the Incas drew water from melting Andes snow caps into reservoirs, utilized to th

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Buenos Aires Gay Bed & Breakfast Palermo Uno

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By Roy Heale

For members of the LGBT community who are planning to experience adventures in Buenos Aires tourism and would prefer to stay at a gay bed and breakfast, Buenos Aires now offers an exclusive gay venue in trendy Palermo.

Located in the heart of Palermo Soho, this exclusively gay Palermo Uno Bed & Breakfast offers guests an urban resort experience. Owned and operated by an Argentine travel guide and journalist this is

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Mr. Gay World: Anuncio de los Directores Continentales

MGW: Continental Directors Announced





Comunicado de Prensa 

For Immediate Release


Mr. Gay World announces Continental Directors

Mr. Gay World gets ready for fourth annual global competition with a

well rounded volunteer advisory board from all corners of the globe.


Sydney, Australia - October 11th, 2011 - Eric Butter, President of

Mr. Gay World announced today his new global volunteer advisory board

representing all corners of the globe.  Butter

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BUEGay Great Wine Capitals announced the “Best of” winners

19 companies from Mendoza, Argentina, were awarded for their excellent performance in the field of wine tourism. The winners of each category are published below.

Mendoza, Argentina, dressed up to present the 2012 “Best of Wine Tourism” awards, which gathered important provincial authorities and local business people.

50 nominees, with their wine-tourism related projects, participated in this contest. Wineries, hotels and restaurants, among

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Argentina: don’t miss it

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A country the size of Argentina has countless outstanding landscapes. Argentina covers a vast mass of land; with Bolivia in its northern point, all the way through Patagonia, and bordered by Chile and the Andes Mountains in the west, Paraguay, Brazil and Uruguay in the northeast, and the Atlantic Ocean in the east.


The geographical location of Argentina gives the country an enormously varied climate and landscape, from high mountains to beaches and deserts to humid fores

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IGLTA: Asociación mundial de turismo gay y lésbico
No te pierdas la 28va convención anual de la IGLTA * del 10 al 15 de Mayo, 2011 en Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Establece contactos y asiste a los programas educativos con los lideres mundiales del turismo LGBT.
Realiza valioso contactos de negocios y “networking” antes de la convención de Florianópolis, Brasil del 2012. Citas de negocio dentro de agenda de la convención.
Se parte del área de empresas latino americanas en la feria que llegara a miles
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We want to share the best service in Buenos Aires to find a beautifull and lovely apartament.

buerental Vacation Apartments Argentina can assist you with all of your real estate needs in Buenos Aires Apartments are located in the best locations, in addition, to our temporary rent of fully furnished apartments in Buenos Aires.

The staff provides tailor-made and one-on-one personalized service. We understand that real personal approach to our customers is the key to our success. We are offering luxu

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Puerto Madryn, Argentina Vacation Essentials

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By Roy Heale


Located at the heart of one of Argentina's most popular eco-tourism destinations is the port city of Puerto Madryn. From this central point eco-tours depart daily for whale watching, visits to the sea lion colonies, the penguin settlements, wildlife parks, dolphin watching, and much more of the local wildlife. The region is a popular breeding ground for many species and has been recognized as a World Natural Heritage Site since 1999. The clear blue wa

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Mendoza's Gay Vendimia (Wine Festival) in March

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Located in the Andes mountain range of Argentina, Mendoza is a year-round vacation destination. Renowned globally for being the capital of Argentina's wine making industry----especially the renowned Malbecs---Mendoza is also a center for skiing in the higher peaks during July, August, and September. The annual Vendimia wine festival in March is the highlight of the year with festivities for all ages and a spe

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Fête de fin d'anné

Heure vendredi 10 décembre, à 23:00 - 11 décembre, à 06:00


Lieu Asia de Cuba Lounge Club Disco
Pierina Dealessi 750
Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina


Créé par : BUEGay Argentina - Turismo Gay


En savoir plus Enclavado a metros del Hotel Hilton, Asia de Cuba ocu

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En Route in Argentina's Dramatic North


by Felice Hardy

Even if you’ve been not just to Buenos Aires but also the pampas, Mendoza, Córdoba, Patagonia, and Iguazú Falls, that still leaves much more wonderful stuff to explore in Argentina. I recently took the sunny city of Salta in the far north of the country as the stepping-off point for a 900-kilometre (560-mile) round trip, with only the first 90 minutes’ drive outside the city on paved road. It’s an area that is so little known that in some parts they see almost no visitors all

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by Felice Hardy

Happily, powderhounds in withdrawal don’t have to hang on till December to hit the ski resorts. The Southern Hemisphere is happy to oblige us with some superb skiing on amazing terrain throughout the southern Andes, where the reversal of seasons means of course it’s winter there right now.

The South America skiing season in Argentina and Chile runs from June through October, with skiing for all levels, modern lifts, some great off-piste skiing, quirky resorts and e

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10915004701?profile=RESIZE_930xChris Oakley

If you find should yourself spending New Year’s Eve in a Spanish-speaking country, you may notice that the locals have an interesting tradition of their own for this special night. As the big moment nears, participants will suspend clusters of grapes over their mouths (or have a loose handful of them) and eat one with each clock strike of midnight. These are “las doce uvas de la suerte” (the twelve grapes of fortune), which of course is what everyone wishes themselves and others f

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San Telmo, Buenos Aires' Historic Heart

by Asli Pelit

The oldest neighborhood in Argentina‘s capital, San Telmo is a barrio founded in the 16th century, where history – romantic cobblestone streets, colonial buildings, cafés, churches, and its tango culture — happily coexists with today’s fashionista edge and Montmartre-like buzz. It became a bastion of the upper class in the 1800s, declined after the cholera epidemic of 1871, and has been reviving since the country’s economic crisis in 2002, luring (mostly European) investors and b

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