Incredible Argentina Adventure in 15 days
We’ve been quite busy these past weeks on a couple of big projects. First, we helped Outpost Magazine, a Canadian travel magazine, to organise their Colombia Expedition. Four of their best travel journalists are visiting stunning places in Colombia, including the Chicamocha Canyon, the Amazon rainforest, Cartagena and Tayrona National Park. You can read about their expedition on the opXpedtions Colombia website or by following #opxColombia on Twitter. We’ll share some of their work soon, they are travelling right now!
Second, we are sending a couple of travel writers, Harry and Danny, on a 6-month off-the-beaten-path adventure in South America. They’ll visit those unspoiled and magnificent places that are not listed on the travel guides, and will be the guests of the local communities who live there. The first stop is Mendoza in Argentina next Monday. Then they will travel South to San Martin de Los Andes and Bariloche, before crossing the Andes to the Lake district in Chile. Make sure you like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, so you can receive their updates from next week.
I hope these two very good excuses are enough to justify we didn’t post anything the last couple of weeks!
For today’s post we travel to Argentina, where our happy travellers Joana and Nuno spent 15 incredible days earlier this year. Using their own words: “We got married and wanted to go on a dream journey. Argentina was our destination but we only had 15 days to spend. Imagine that! Discover how it was possible, the route of two cybernauts in a far away land. Open the window, strip off the ground, get rid of the papers on your desk, land on the chair and make a short stop in Argentina”. The pictures are outstanding.
Below it’s our Top 5 selection of their pictures, that we absolutely wanted to share with you (click on any image to to enlarge it and open a gallery)
Pictures like these ones make us dream awake, and they motivate us to keep crafting incredible adventures for conscious travellers. There are more whales, penguins, sea elephants, and lots of birds. You’ll also see more of the waterfalls, enormous glaciers, vintage trains and even the mythical ‘La Bombonera’ stadium in Buenos Aires. Enjoy!
Special thanks to Joana and Nuno for their pictures and for letting us share their adventures.