The Jakotango Trail Ride , Patagonia, Argentina
... discovering a breathtaking wilderness from the saddle ....
Dates and Prices
8 days / 7 nights / 7 days on horseback
Price 2022 & 2023 USD 5.600 p.p
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*Prices are linked to the Argentinean Peso, in case of strong exchange rate fluctuations, the price can be adjusted up to 3 weeks before departure.
Accommodation: see info below.
Meals: full board. From lunch first day to breakfast last day
Drinks: All alcohol and soft drinks are inclusive. Most spirits, wine and beers are available but please let us know should you have a special request.
Guides: professional and multilingual guides – Tripleader: Jakob Von Plessen (Jakotango) Furthermore, you will be accompanied by local Gauchos. The guides are equipped with satellite phones so they can call for assistance if needed.
Horses & tack, including saddlebags
Transfer: Pick up on day 1 and drop off on day 8 at the Airport of Bariloche.
Travel Insurance and Trip Cancellation Insurance are Mandatory: ask your local insurance company or travel agent about it. You will not be allowed to participate in the "Entre Orejas" riding holiday program without having both of these personal travel insurance.
Single Supplement: to pay only if you specifically want to sleep in a single room/tent and not want to share the room/tent. Single accommodation is not always possible. Please check with us in advance.
Tipping: The recommended tip is $20 per person per day.
Extras not described above.
Booking Sales Tax: USD 33,00 per person per payment
A week’s safari with Jakotango will see you stay in three different types of accommodation – Base Camp, our mountain fly camps and a gaucho’s farmstead. Jakotango Base Camp is situated on the banks of Río Filo Huahum, set within 12,000 hectares of private land bordering the Nahuel Huapi and Lanin National Parks.
The camp is formed of four luxury African safari tents, with en-suite bathrooms, and the ‘quincho’ – a beautiful log cabin that serves as our dining room and bar. The tents are spacious but cozy, with wood-burning stoves lit morning and evening. When up in the mountains we stay in fly camps, and a ride will typically include two nights camping. The fly camps are basic, made up of dome tents each with sleeping bags, cots and mattresses. There are no showers but fresh mountain springs to wash your face and hands in and, the following day, we always return to a hot shower. Any luxuries missing up in the mountains are made up for with good food, good wine and great adventure.
Finally, we end the week at Felipe’s House which is only accessible by horse or by boat. In terms of comfort, consider it between fly camping and Base Camp; there are spacious and comfortable safari-style tents and shared bathrooms set within the corrals of Felipe’s farmstead. We are cooked and cared for by Felipe and his family, congregating in an ancient barn that has been converted into a kitchen and dining room.
A typical safari sees an itinerary of: 2 nights at Base Camp, 1 night at El Buque Fly Camp, 2 nights back at Base Camp, 1 night at Felipe’s Fly Camp and the final night at Felipe’s House. However, this itinerary is subject to change, depending on the weather.