A perfect extension to any holiday in Argentina is a sea kayak or white water rafting tour.
Sea kayak among the amazing wildlife of the Peninsula Valdes among Southern Right whale, orcas and sea lions.
Argentina also offers great days of rafting and river kayaking, especially in the Lake District and Patagonia.
Here the tours make great additions to multi-activity or family itineraries, mixing fun with adventure.
The 10 day trek and kayak was definitely the highlight of our holiday. Considerable effort had clearly gone into the planning and preparation for the trip.
A. Skidmore, Trek and Kayak
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Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a fixed date, guided tour in Argentina.
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Prices From $2,525 / £2,036 per person
Dates: From September 2019 to November 2019
Capacity: 12 people
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I had the most amazing time, it far exceeded what I was expecting.
The camp really does sell itself short, it’s an amazing camp. Food was out of this world and all staff were great, free bar at camp and each tent/hut had its own member of staff allocated to you for the whole trip, so coffee served in bed every morning.
There were yoga classes every morning to help get ready for the day in the raft and two hot tubs.
I'm going to go again next year!
V Hykel, UK, 2014
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