Argentina, Our Journey towards the Great South: Weeks 3-11

Back in Argentina, we are headed towards the great south, and the southern-most city in the world: Ushuaia. On our way we will explore mountains, vinyards, glaciers. We will also volunteer in some organic farms to learn about sustainable farming, local agricultural development and the way of life for Argentinean rural communities. Here are our adventures, week by week:

Malbec and Mountains – Part 1: Weeks 4-5

Malbec and Mountains – Part 2: Weeks 4-5

 Farmhouse Fun: Week 5

 Organic Farming in the Desert of San Juan – Part I: Week 6

Organic Farming in the Desert of San Juan – Part II: Week 7

Bariloche…After the Ash: Week 8

 San Martin and the Route of the Seven Lakes: Week 8

 Heading South to Hippy El Bolson: Week 9

 In the Land of Blueberries and Glaciers: Week 9-10

 Puerto Natales – The Land Where Sea and Mountains Meet: Week 10

 Five Days and Four Seasons at the World’s End – Ushuaia: Week 10

 

Argentina Responsible Travel Report Card

Bus

Colón to Rosario: 306km

Rosario to Mendoza: 864km

Mendoza to Tunúyan: 81km

Tunúyan to Mendoza: 81 km

Mendoza to San Juan: 169km

San Juan to Bariloche: 1,399km

Bariloche to El Bolson: 121km

El Bolson to El Calafate: 1,720km

El Calafate to Puerto Natales: 156km

Puerto Natales to Ushuaia: 727km

Total km = 5,624

Total CO2-e = 489 kg

 

Car

Bariloche to San Martín return: 192km

El Calafate to Parque Nacional los Glaciares return: 160km

Total km= 352

Total CO2-e = 89.8 kg

 

Air

Ushuaia to Bs As: 2,381km

Total CO2-e = 643 kg

 

Homestay and Hostels = 546 kg

 

Total travel emissions for two = 2443 kg CO2-e

 

This doesn’t include boat travel and public transport as total km are not available.

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