Category: Argentina

Destination: Argentina

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8 gay friendly hotels in Patagonia

Gay Patagonia: 8 unique gay hotels to stay in Patagonia

Patagonia is the place to come if you love adventure and are passionate about wildlife. We spent 1 month travelling across Patagonia on both the Argentinian and Chilean side in Esquel, Puerto Madryn, El Calafate, El Chalten and Torres del Paine. Along the way, we stayed in some pretty unique places, which most importantly of all, welcomed us ...
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10 Interesting Facts About Patagonia

10 interesting facts about Patagonia

Patagonia! That massive chunk of land on the tip of the American continent, split between Chile and Argentina. This is the place for adventure travellers, home to some of the most incredible landscapes we’ve seen, exciting treks as well as a wide variety of wildlife. After a month travelling across this vast region, here are our 10 interesting facts ...
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5 tips to spot killer whales in Patagonia

5 tips for spotting killer whales at Peninsula Valdes in Patagonia

Peninsula Valdes is one the best spots in the world to see killer whales (orcas) in the wild. This is the place they come to hunt and entertain their enthusiastic audience watching on. Orcas love this particular part of Argentina because of the large abundance of one of their favourite food prey: seal pups. If you’re lucky, ...
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gay Puerto Madryn gay travel guide

Gay Puerto Madryn: guide to the gay friendliest city in Chubut

Puerto Madryn is THE super gay friendly destination of Patagonia. We absolutely loved this city in the Chubut region of Argentina and had to feature it on our blog. Why? Ring deprived Stefan was quick to point out to Sebastien that Puerto Madryn was one of the first cities in Argentina to introduce a Casamiento Express (Express Marriage) package for gay couples ...
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Gay mendoza and vendimia Argentina

Gay Mendoza: a gay travel guide to the wine capital of Argentina

When you think of Mendoza, you think of wine. This is the home of the famous Argentinian Malbec, where people come to get tipsy in the many bodegas (wineries) spread across the region. The city itself is small, with a handful of gay bars worth checking out. Most will come here to stay in the countryside, ...
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