曽小姐there are wooden walking path with distance level of A, B, C . you can make your choice of the distance you can manage to walk with timing of taking picture and stand to appreciate the scenery or listen the sound of moving iceberg. there are huts with glass window if it is too windy or cold as shelter. nice to take a day tour to be there and prepare some snack to take on the way instead of wasting time in restaurant.
juki235Argentina's Glacier National Park is located in southern Argentina, where the scenery is beautiful, with mountains and glacial lakes dotted around. You can choose to take a boat or hike to experience the shock of the glacier. The ticket is about 28 US dollars. You can stroll for a whole day, which is absolutely unforgettable for a lifetime.
Torres Del Paine during a several week trip in Argentina and Chile. We intended to return to the hotel and El Calafate for a stay on our way back through to Buenos Aires and eventually home. But covid and the pandemic had other plans and while hiking without cell service in Chile for several days, the borders closed around us. We were unable to cross back into Argentina to retrieve our belongings.
After 6 long months, the staff not only communicated regularly on the status of our belongings being safe, but today were able to arrange for our items to be shipped home to us in the United States. Talk about going above and beyond for their customers! We haven't received our bags yet but just knowing it's going to be soon is such a relief! Also, great location, restaurant on site, and laundry services if ya need it
The service was very good at this hotel and the staff were friendly and helpful. One of the staff worked with us prior to our arrival to set up all of our various wine tours and tastings! Communication was excellent and we appreciated her assistance greatly!
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Today, La Leona is a guesthouse, café, small museum, and the perfect point to stretch your legs on a long drive through southern Patagonia. Originally built by a family of Danish immigrants in 1894, the estancia is situated at the convergence of the Argentinian pampas, the La Leona River, and the formidable Andes. The river has its origin to the south of Lake Viedma and winds for about 50 km (30 mi) through the Andes before flowing into Lake Argentino.