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El Calafate’s Splendor with Aerolineas Argentinas

El Calafate sits near the bottom of the world, nestled near the southernmost point of Patagonia, Argentina. It is a wondrous place full of sights rarely seen anywhere else. From caves to glaciers to still, blue lakes—El Calafate is the nature lovers paradise. And, today, Aerolineas Argentinas wants you to know all about this magical place.

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El Calafate, Argentina

 

El Calafate with Aerolineas Argentinas

 

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  • El Calafate is located on the south bank of Lago Argentino (Lake Argentina), where the Santa Cruz plateau meets the Andes. Surrounding the small is wide expanses of serene, natural settings, flamingos in the lake, and white-tipped mountains. Its name is derived from a local plant called the Calafate, a thorny bush found throughout Patagonia. The Calafate bush sprouts eye-catching, yellow flowers in the spring; and a purple fruit in the summer. Tradition states that those who eat the fruit will always return to Patagonia.

 

 

  • El Calafate is a small town with one main street, Avenida del Libertador. Here you’ll find quaint shops, cafes, restaurants, and different types of accommodations from one to five stars. The El Calafate Historical Interpretation Center, easily accessible in town, is the place to find exhibits on the natural beauty and human history of the area. Also from the town, you can head out on Lago Argentino’s beautiful water for boat tours and fishing.

 

 

  • The area around El Calafate is filled with activities to write home about, or nowadays Instagram about. There are ranches (estancias) all around the town center that you not only find lodging, but also dine at and find horseback riding. Hiking trails give you a chance to reconnect with pure wilderness and the peace it brings. Only about a kilometer away is the Laguna Nimez Municipal Reserve. This is a reserve that hosts more than 80 types of birds (including flamingos), and features hiking trails to stroll about watching these birds in their natural habitat.

 

 

  • The Perito Moreno glacier is the primary point of interest for most tourists. Named after the explorer Francisco Moreno, who studied the area in the 19th century, it is located in the UNESCO word heritage-listed Los Glaciares National Park. It is less than a 2 hour bus ride from El Calafate, which is short compared to the relative distance of the wide expanse that is Patagonia. The glacier is a staggering 3 miles wide, with an average height of 240 ft. Its blue and white wall of ice is only the start, as it reaches to a total depth of 558 ft. Unlike other glaciers, which are shrinking, Perito Moreno is actually growing. The reason for this is unknown. Many boat tours cruise by the glacier on a daily basis. So, it’s easy to catch this puzzling monolith, and completely worth it.

 

El Calafate is the starting point for many different activities and adventures around the Patagonia area. It is a place to refresh and renew from the stresses of everyday life, giving you a chance to slow down and catch your breath. With daily flights to El Calafate, Aerolineas Argentinas is always ready to get you to the elegance at the end of the world. Your explorations will be memories long held.

Right Time, Let’s Go

Buenos Aires, Bariloche & El Calafate

This tour combines city lifestyle and the tranquility of the Andes mountain range. Visit the key attractions and enjoy the most vibrant tango show in Buenos Aires. Then, travel to Bariloche and Calafate, two destinations that are top in Patagonia.  Bariloche, locally compared to a swiss alps region, stay at the luxurious Llao Llao resort and enjoy a plentiful of activities. In Calafate feel and discover the magnificent nature.

Absolutely All Patagonia

Bariloche, El Calafate, Torres del Paine & Australis Cruise

This “all inclusive” package offers the best of untamed Patagonia with a large variety of excursions by car, on foot, or on horseback. Make a choice from this great selection. Ride on horseback through the pampas, walk through virgin forests and observe the impressive wildlife of this region. All excursions inside and outside the park are conducted in small groups with no more than eight passengers.

Patagonia With The Right Mix

Buenos Aires, Calafate Glaciers Cruise & Ushuaia

Luxury combination of Buenos Aitres and a leyendary expedition to discover the magic of the southern Patagonia glaciers and literally travel to the ‘End of the World’ and experience the rugged beauty of Patagonia in and around Ushuaia. Explore the remote scenery of Tierra del Fuego National Park.
Los Glaciares National Park offers a magnificent combination of forest, lakes, mountains, ice and steppes with more than 200 glaciers. The most renowned amongst them are Spegazzini with its face rising 135 meters above water level, Upsala covering an entire valley with an approximate extension of 765 Km2 and a length of 52km, and Perito Moreno constantly flowing forward and carving, offering breath- taking spectacles.
The Spirit of Glaciers is a multi-day expedition that enters nature to unfold the true essence of the Patagonian realm. Sailing on board the elegant and exclusive M/V Santa Cruz, specially designed for this activity, offers a perfect combination of high end comfort and cuisine creating a truly memorable experience.

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