Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Buenos Aires

Agraz Cookery
Ever wanted to learn how to cook gourmet dishes from one of BA's top chefs on an island inthe Tigre delta? Thought so. 
Cattle-Herding & Asado Cooking
Work up an appetite on the farm before indulging in a traditional Argentine lunch like a true South American cowboy.
Climbing
Housing a dormant volcano and one of the world's highest peaks there is a huge scope for the keen climbers to see Argentina from high.
Creme de la Creme Tours
Creme de la Creme Tours is a bespoke, private shopping tour service in Buenos Aires from Anglo-Argentine style-maker Vanessa Bell.
FlyRanch
An alternative way to experience some of the city's most varied terrain; FlyRanch organise all transfers and provide different levelled classes for those of varied experience and will.
Hunting
Iguazu Falls
Double the size of Niagara Falls, Iguazu Falls are impressive to say the least.
Perito Moreno Glacier
If you've already taken a visit to Iguazu Falls, you will be even more impressed - if a little star struck - by the jewel in the crown the Perito Moreno Glacier. 
Polo
The world's capital of the high-end sport, whether you prefer to play, watch or learn, in Buenos Aires there is something for all.
Salta
A lesser known part of the country, we firmly recommend this breathtaking countryside complete with enticing vineyards and fascinating views.
Tierra del Fuego
A place steeped in danger and nautical lore 'Cape Horn' or the 'Land of Fire' is a long archipelago seperated from mainland.
Wine-Tasting
Fly over the foothills of the Andes before sipping on renowned Argentine wine. All in style, naturally.

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