Archive for the ‘travel’ Category

Reasons to Visit Argentina

Wednesday, July 11th, 2012 Posted in travel | 58 Comments »

Written by Tiara of One Travel Argentina, the beautiful country of Gauchos, Mate, Asado, Tango, Pampas, and Dulce de leche, is a country waiting to be discovered and appreciated. Bombarded with treasures of pleasures, stunning natural marvels, elegant capital offering European-flavored ...

2012 Ski Season Underway

Thursday, July 5th, 2012 Posted in sports, travel | 15 Comments »

Written by Jamie Northern Patagonia and the Andes have been receiving lots of snow this season. Photo courtesy of Andes Cross Cerro Catedral, just 20 minutes from Bariloche, is now reporting 200 cm of snow at the summit. With this much snow ...

Cerro Catedral to Open for 2012 Ski Season

Saturday, June 23rd, 2012 Posted in sports, travel | 14 Comments »

Cerro Catedral will be open for skiing starting tomorrow, June 23. Thanks to the recent snows, South America's largest ski resort will be operating 4 lifts initially. The forecast is calling for more snow tonight and than early next week. We sincerely ...

Top Luxury Retreats in Patagonia

Thursday, April 12th, 2012 Posted in travel | 17 Comments »

Alongside some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes and wild open spaces, Patagonia is also home to some of the most well-designed, best located and downright luxurious hotels on the continent. For a South American luxury holiday to Patagonia, here’s ...

Cerro Catedral to Open for 2011 Season

Thursday, July 14th, 2011 Posted in sports, travel | 2 Comments »

Cerro Catedral, located just outside Bariloche, has announced it will open for the season this Saturday, July 16. On the schedule for skiers are 3 chairs. The forecast is calling more snow. For updated conditions, click here. We wish all our friends ...

Bariloche Named by BBC as Top Ski Town

Thursday, January 27th, 2011 Posted in entertainment, lifestyle, travel | No Comments »

Written by Shanie It's no joke when we say that Bariloche is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Combine that with being home to South America's famed ski resort, Catedral, and having a lively community full of fun things ...

Protect Our Winters Expands Into Argentina

Thursday, June 24th, 2010 Posted in business, lifestyle, politics, sports, travel, weather | 8 Comments »

Written by Shanie For pro snowboarder Jeremy Jones, his mission of helping Mother Nature began on the slopes outside of Prince Rupert, British Columbia. Returning to his favorite place to ride sweet powder, he found it void of snow. Rock and grass ...

Catedral Opens for 2010 Season

Sunday, June 20th, 2010 Posted in lifestyle, sports, travel | 1 Comment »

Written by Jamie Thanks to the recent snow, Cerro Catedral is now open for the 2010 season. The ski area currently has beginner and intermediate terrain open. With more snow in the forecast this week, the season is shaping up nicely.

Vacationing in Mendoza Argentina

Thursday, June 17th, 2010 Posted in culture, lifestyle, travel | 4 Comments »

Imagine a landscape framed by towering, granite mountains that rival the peaks of Everest and K2. Throw into the picture easy access to some of the world’s best mountaineering, snow skiing and white water adventure. Now include a bustling city decorated by ...

New Bariloche Flights

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010 Posted in business, travel | No Comments »

Written by Jamie Andes Airlines has announced it will begin flying from Buenos Aires to Bariloche and then Esquel. Between July and September, flights will be on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and cost 535 pesos each way. Esquel is a sleepy town a ...