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Bodega Colomé, in Salta has recently re-opened its doors to visitors after being closed during six years.


Mendoza is the Napa Valley of Argentina, but adventure lurks in Salta Province, the high-altitude wine region tucked into the rugged northwest corner of the country—near Bolivia and Chile. It is the epicentre for fragrant white Torrontes wine, concentrated Malbecs, and a spectacular landscape of giant cacti, rust-colour rock formations, and regional food.

Remote Bodega Colomé, located only 148 km from Cafayate, a 19th century winery purchased by Swiss international winemaker and art collector Donald Hess in 2001 (who also owns Hess Collection in Napa), is the ultimate trend vine-escape.

This beautiful colonial large – house of 9- luxury rooms has been totally refurbished and offers outstanding hill views. A place to be delighted in, with the highest qualified Wines, home-made food, and own farm produced. It has 160,000 acres for Biking, hiking around the Vineyards, playing a tennis match, relaxing at the swimming pool or simply enjoying a sunset at the gallery with a glass of Wine.

Besides producing a top Malbec from a vineyard at an elevation of 10,207 feet, Hess has created a stunning museum devoted to the light installations of American artist James Turrell. It is the only place in the world where travellers can find an exclusive museum dedicated to the artist. Each art piece represents five decades of Turrell, like a time tunnel, exhibited in nine light rooms. It is definitely a memorable experience to live once in a lifetime.


Let Rojo Tango surprise you with the most exclusive tango show of Buenos Aires.


Enjoy a night of pure luxury, a breath-taking tango show in a setting where passion, glamour and love meet together.

La Boca is the birthplace of the tango. Commonly referred to as a musical ode to working class immigrants in Argentina expressing feelings of loneliness and love, this beautiful dance was developed in the mid-19th century. The “Rojo Tango” show at the Faena Hotel is the best in city to live this experience.

Offering only 100 seats, the Faena’s cabaret room is swathed in blood-red curtains and gilded furniture. This intimate and lively performance is the tango show to top all others, features a five-piece orchestra, two singers and four sensual dance partners telling their stunning stories through movement. The show itself follows the history of the tango, starting from its cabaret roots to the modern fusions of Ástor Piazzolla.

In addition, while you enjoy dinner and the show, one of the Finest Malbec will be served in your glass to culminate the whole experience.


It will be held in the city of Buenos Aires and It will be the first-ever G20 summit to be hosted in South America.

Argentina will preside over the thirteenth meeting of Group of Twenty, G20, the forum representing the 20 largest economies in the world. It will be the most important international event in Argentine history.

The G20 is a key forum for international discussion and decision-making to adopt specific solutions for main challenges on the global agenda. Its members represent 85% of the world’s GDP, two thirds of global population and 80% of international trade.

This major event will take place in Buenos from November 29th until December 2nd of 2018. Even though the agenda still has not been confirmed, there will be more than 76 activities and massive safety procedures are being planned. Due to the magnitude of the event, we inform there is a black out during this period at all 5* and 4* star hotels in Buenos Aires, being occupied by the 20 delegations of the involved participants.

Furthermore, from March until October next year, there will be more than 50 meetings between official Ministers in cities of Argentina like Mendoza, Bariloche, Puerto Iguazú, Salta, Ushuaia, Córdoba, among others, impacting on the hotel occupation . Specific dates and places have not been informed yet.


The Puerto Iguazú Airport will be closed for new works for a month next year.

The increase of passengers in the last months, has led to significant works to offer a better service and fulfill all travellers requirements.

Puerto Iguazu Airport will be closed from 15, April, to 15, May, by adding new supplement and with the reconstruction of the runaway and extending one of the main tracks.

Meanwhile, all flights will be redirected to Foz de Iguazú Airport, in Brazil, located only 32 Kms miles away.

Travellers do not need any extra documentation if visiting only the Argentinean side of the Waterfalls when arriving to the Brazilian Airport.

Due to the huge and large arrival of passengers to admire one of the Wonders of the World, the works will last only a month after the Easter period.


San Cristobal Hill will stop operating for three months, meanwhile overfly the Atacama Desert, will no longer be possible.

The Metropolitan Park of Santiago, location of the San Cristóbal Hill, important part in Santiago de Chile city tour, the cable car will stop operating for an initial period of three months for full maintenance in its engine room. Nonetheless, visits to the hill will continue as programmed, but now by land transport. We will keep you informed as soon as the cable car restarts operations.

Meanwhile in the North of Chile, overfly San Pedro de Atacama and its surroundings through flights in hot air balloons, is no longer permitted. Despite of having amazing views from this area, this creative and enthusiastic activity could cause a negative impact on archeological natural heritage, an invasion of privacy and annoying noises for local indigenous communities.

Until further notice, travellers will have to continue enjoying the desert appreciating other natural resources, like the geysers, the Moon Valley and Altiplanic lagoons.

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