The Meetings Show London

Jorge Orozco from our MICE division attended last June, The Meetings Show, in London. With full agenda during the event, Jorge noticed a lot of interest from the European market in bringing Meetings and Incentive groups to Argentina- we positive we will have lots of business in the coming years.

Jorge also visited important Leisure clients presenting our new brand and the unique services we offer “Alchemy style”.

Sales Calls in Canada and the US

With the new Air Canada direct flight Toronto- Buenos Aires, and the waiving of visas for Canadians, we are hopeful that more and more Canadian travelers and groups will be visiting our country.

In the  interest of  developing further the Canadian market and training our partners, our MICE Manager, Veronica travelled to Toronto and Montreal visiting both MICE and LEISURE clients.

We were happy to have Juan Melo Pacheco, from Faena Hotel join us in these visits- which were arranged by our representatives EDP Global and Eminence. Following these cities, Veronica also visited MICE clients in New York City.

Get to know ideal destinations for adventure sports in Peru

Peru is a unique and wonderful country. Blessed with a varied geography, a pleasant climate, a vast sea, mountain peaks, and a beautiful Amazon jungle, the Inca nation provides enthusiasts with ideal destinations for adventure sports activities. Get to know some popular spots for adventure sports like surfing, kayaking, trekking, canoeing, and mountain climbing.

Mountain climbing

What better place than the Cordillera Blanca for mountain climbing in Peru. Located in Ancash region, north of Lima, this mountain range is home to 663 glaciers such as Huascaran (6,768 m), Huandoy (6,395 m), and Alpamayo (5,947 m), within the Huascaran National Park.

The most important peaks for the practice of mountaineering include Vallunaraju, Pisco, Ishinca, Huascaran, Chopicalqui, and Alpamayo. This is the best season of the year to do so.


Trekking can be done in many different locations. For instance, hiking the Inca Trail to Machupicchu (Cusco region) is a life-changing experience.

This trek passes through different ecosystems, colossal archeological sites, as well as places with unique flora and fauna before reaching the sacred Incan citadel.

Other treks include trips to the Choquequirao archaeological complex, the Santa Cruz Llanganuco circuit, the Olleros–Chavin pre-Inca route, the Huayhuash circuit, and a tour around the impressive Alpamayo peak —one of the most beautiful mountains in the world.

In southern Arequipa region, Colca Valley offers a number of bridle paths, and the Route of the Volcanoes is one of the most popular among trekkers.


Kayaks can be used on rivers with a lower degree of difficulty —where canoeing and rafting can also be enjoyed— mainly in calm lakes.

The Paracas Bay in Ica region has become a popular place for water sports. There, kayaks are usually seen in the morning since the location provides perfect wind conditions for other sports like windsurfing in the afternoon.

Other options for kayaking in Peru are Lake Titicaca (Puno region), Lake Sandoval (Madre de Dios region), Lake Lindo (San Martin region), and Medio Mundo Lagoon (Lima region).


As is known, Peruvian beaches are ideal for surfers due to their great waves. The central coast, for instance, offers a permanent swell in winter (April-September), with different types of waves and a number of breakers one after the other.
In northern Peru, wave level rises between October and March.

The best beaches for surfing in Peru are Lobitos, Cabo Blanco, Los Organos and Mancora (Piura region), Chicama or Malabrigo –with the longest left in the world— as well as Pacasmayo and Huanchaco (La Libertad region).



Pop Up Glamping in Rapa Nui

An innovative experience of glamping mixed with ancestral festival in unique a destination.

Come and live this unique experience in Rapa Nui in the first Pop-Up nomad glamping that decides to be present at the 2019 Tapati Festival, choosing one of the most privileged areas of Easter Island, surrounded by nature, with incomparable views of the Pacific and natural areas that invite to connection and relaxation. Our Tapati NomadGlamp is part of a totally innovative and surprising trend in the field of lodging. The pop-up, fleeting and nomadic hotels have an expiration date and their location changes. It is precisely in these characteristics where our charm resides, as well as in the surprise factor. On this occasion we choose to be present at the Tapati cultural festival on Easter Island, which takes place in the month of February of each year. From the absolute comfort of one of our Siebley tents fully equipped with all the benefits of a good hotel for the rest and relaxation, you can perform all the activities offered by Rapa Nui and Tapati Festival, including excursions, trekking, cultural activities, yoga, massages, etc.

Tapati NomadGlamp has a Main Dome where the exclusive Lounge and Restaurant for our guests is located, which will offer an endemic culinary experience based on the Honest Food concept. We will also have a Lounge with a warm and welcoming atmosphere that will be the meeting point for our guests so that they can enjoy a variety of local cocktails while they contemplate the privileged views of the Pacific and nature of the Island. Main dome has two main areas. The first area is the dining room where breakfast and gourmet dinner buffet are offered, and the second area has a Lounge specially created to share the experiences of the travelers in an atmosphere of relaxation in which they can enjoy snacks and views of the ocean and nature of the island.

NomadGlamp Rapa Nui, is located on Easter Island (Rapa Nui), immersed in a 10 hectare land surrounded by clear views of the Pacific Ocean, in an environment of nature that invites the connection with the energy of the island. It is located 7 kilometers far from the town of Hanga Roa or 10 minutes by car, in a privileged place that connects directly with the road to the main tourist attractions, in the southern sector, the place of the best views of the island and its surroundings.

During the duration of the Tapati festival we’ll have exclusive vehicles for NomadGlamp guests in order to participate in the activities that take place in different areas of the island. These activities will be scheduled and previously informed in order to perform them in exclusive groups.

3 of the Top 10 Resort Hotels in South America are from Argentina!

Every year for their World’s Best Awards survey, Travel + Leisure asks readers to weigh in on travel experiences around the globe — to share their opinions on the top hotels, resorts, cities, islands, cruise ships, spas, airlines, and more.
Hotels were rated on their facilities, location, service, food, and overall value. Hotels were classified as City or Resort based on their locations and amenities.
If great wines are what you’re after, all three Argentinean spots on this year’s list will fit the bill. In Mendoza, The Vines Resort & Spa and Cavas Wine Lodge are both ideally situated for tasting tours of the region.

The Vines resort & spa –

“Cavas Wine Lodge is what brings us back to Mendoza,” said one reader. “They schedule visits to wineries; whatever you want to do, they make it happen.” And Vines is actually set on a 1,500-acre private vineyard.

Cavas Wine Lodge –

In the southern stretches of the country, Eolo – Patagonia’s Spirit is a luxurious jumping off point to the namesake region, and its restaurant’s wine program showcases exclusively Argentinean producers.

Eolo – Patagonia’s Spirit –

You can sip a world-class wine in this end-of-the-earth setting after a day of horseback riding or guided nature walks. We invite you all to experience this properties which are destinations themselves!