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Last Frontiers' articles for Argentina (Press articles)

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Jane Knight visits the Iguassu falls and Iberá wetlands - Saturday Times March 2018

Earlier this year Last Frontiers sent Travel Editor of the Times, Jane Knight and her 12 year old son to Argentina. They stayed at the stunning, very recently opened Awasi lodge near Puerto Iguazú, which she then combined with a stay at Puerto Valle in the Iberá wetlands, stopping at the wonderfully... Read more»

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The Wilds of Patagonia. Press mention by Chris Moss

Chris Moss includes Last Frontiers in his article about Patagonia. We love Patagonia too! Particularly the stunning landscapes, cloud formations, sheep, homely estancias, wild weather, general remoteness and gauchos. After spending a few nights enjoying all that Buenos Aires has to offer, fly south... Read more»

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Chris Moss with the gauchos in Argentina

Chris Moss travelled to Argentina, re-visiting the Pampas to marvel at the gauchos and stay at some of the most authentic estancias close to Buenos Aires. Estancias are traditionally family country ranches where one is usually looked after by the owners and the asado is a lunch time tradition.   Ga... Read more»

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Whale watching in Argentina

The sea around the Valdes Peninsula is fabulous for whale watching. One of the best spots is near Puerto Madryn. The best times of year are July to October for Right whales and for killer whales, March and April. To see killer whales one would need to venture out further onto the peninsula and stay... Read more»

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Torres del Paine - a spellbinding sight

On 3 July the CNN website featured a list of twenty-seven sights that will remind you how incredible Earth is. Torres del Paine was featured among them (deservedly so, we feel). Patagonia has much to offer and you could choose to combine both Argentine and Chilean Patagonia. From Calafate in Argenti... Read more»

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Sian Lloyd in Patagonia

We recently had the pleasure of introducing Sian Lloyd and her husband Jonathan to the joys of Welsh Patagonia (and a touch of luxury in southern Chile's Torres del Paine). Their trip started in Trelew (near the Valdes peninsula) before re-tracing the steps of the original Welsh settlers west towar... Read more»

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The Wonder of Patagonia - Susan Wilkinson

They say that whoever eats the bitter calafate fruit growing in Patagonia will always return. The first time I visited Patagonia was ten or twelve years ago. I wanted to see for myself the place where the Welsh men, women and children who had sailed from Liverpool on the Mimosa had disembarked on J... Read more»

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Latin lap of luxury (Douglas Rogers, October 2005)

Argentina is sexy again thanks to a range of cheap hotels opening across the country, says Douglas Rogers. There's more to Argentina than tango and gauchos. After four years in the economic doldrums, the country is once again the sexiest destination in South America. A slate of chic new hotels in B... Read more»

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