This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
Responsible tourism: Patagonia explorer vacation, 9 days
We believe tourism should be educational and sustainable, as well as entertaining. We designed this trip to contribute minimal impact to the local environment with positive benefits to the local communities.
All guides follow strict “green ethics”. Reusable water bottles are provided in an effort to encourage less waste and discourage the need for plastic throw-away bottles. All of our guides provide clear and committed instructions for interacting with nature and wildlife with efforts to preserve and leave undisturbed the beauty for generations to enjoy.
All activities and excursions on this itinerary are ecologically responsible and low-impact. Our ‘Four Balconies of Buenos Aires’ tour is featured as a walking tour. On our Perito Moreno minitrekking excursion, our clients leave only crampon marks and take only photographs. Guides always practice ‘Leave No Trace’ ethics and give clear and committed instructions for interacting with nature and wildlife with efforts to preserve and leave undisturbed the beauty for generations to enjoy.
Sustainable tourism should improve the lives of local people. This ensures growth to the local economy and support to the community.
Hotels selected for this trip are locally-owned and operated and share our environmental approach and beneficially involve the local people. They practice ethical business standards and are committed to environmental preservation.
By visiting local markets our clients will be helping the economy of the town. All guides are from Argentina and mostly local citizens of each area, which means that our travelers will be learning first hand information while helping the local comunity. Tours in Buenos Aires, Ushuaia and El Calafate are integrated with the municipality, neighborhoods, associations or organizations in the local areas, helping support different activities that promote the region, such as shows, sponsorships, and meetings in addition to supporting new housing projects, community centers and schools. The Buenos Aires city tour is operated in cooperation with local restaurants, shops, galleries.
As members of the IGLTA (International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association), we promise to only work with partners and guides who are conscious and conscientious of the various backgrounds of our globally diverse travelers.