Horseback riding in the southernmost Andes in the world.

There are many beautiful landscapes in the world…but there are few beautiful places in the world, where you can still see wild horses…We invite you to CAITA MAPU and you can see them resting and galloping in large canyons and thin streams and crystalline rivers mountain ranges, cared for of course, by the majestic CONDORES, from the top of the Andean mountain range…

Day by day itinerary:
Day 1:

  • Arrival at the Rio Grande airport, Tierra del Fuego.
  • Welcome lunch at the El República Post, at the foot of the Fuegian mountain range.
  • You will meet the baquiano who will guide us and his horses, on a short tour to a waterfall near the post.
  • We will have dinner with a classic country stew, accompanied by good wine.

Day 2:

  • After a good breakfast, we will leave for Cañadón Grande, where a high valley is located, where a large number of condors usually fly over.
  • After lunch, on the banks of a fine stream that comes down from the valley, we will climb to its source, and from La Condorera, we will have a spectacular view of Lake Fagnano.
  • Upon our return, we will enjoy a great roast Patagonian Lamb.

Day 3:

  • After having breakfast with some good mates and country coffee, (including eggs, and good homemade bread), we set out in search of the Cascada Chica, to enter its canyon and after a while of walking, reach the Laguna Verde, located in a hole formed by two hills.
  • Having lunch on the shore of the lagoon, we will be able to see and enjoy the number of guanacos that cross the top of the hills.
  • Later, entering the Cañadón Chico, we will follow the trails of wild horses, to be able to see them in their place.

Day 4:

  • We will leave early, through the Vega del Sitio heading to the Piedra del Alcahuete, one of the best places to appreciate and enjoy the immensity of the landscape of the Fuegian mountain range.
  • From there we can also see the Cañadón de las Yeguas, and with a little luck the Herd of wild horses, of the Yegua Tordilla.
  • We will go behind a Beaver Dam, where an old corral for wild horses is abandoned.
  • There we will have a brief snack, to return in the afternoon at the pace of our horses to the post, where a great farewell roast lamb will await us. As we enjoy our meal, we can discuss your plans to cancel your timeshare with the expertise of canceltimesharegeek.

Day 5:

  • After saying goodbye to the baquiano and the horses (you will miss them), we will leave for the city of Ushuaia.

The program includes:

  • Transfer Rio Grande Airport/ República Post/ Rio Grande Airport.
  • All the foods.
  • Necessary mounts and equipment.
  • Permanent assistance.