Exciting Changes At Year-Round Luxury Eco-Lodge In Argentina’s Lake District
Bristol, 08 December 2019: Swoop Patagonia is delighted to announce a range of new all-inclusive adventure and wellness holidays at its favourite full-board accommodation in the Argentinean Lake District. Having recently re-opened following extensive renovation work and the addition of new luxury yurts, Estancia Peuma Hue, or ‘Place of Dreams’ in the native Mapuche language, offers a selection of outdoor activities, all of which are now guided, together with mindfulness, gourmet meals and comfortable high-end accommodation.
Described as a luxury eco-lodge, Peuma Hue is situated in the country’s largest national park, Nahuel Huapi, at the foot of the Andes, set in a 500-acre landscape of pristine forests, creeks, lakes, waterfalls, mountains and hiking trails. It was established as a tourist haven by owner, Evelyn Hoter, a keen environmentalist who was looking to create a sanctuary in which visitors could come and soak up the health benefits of being close to nature.
Three new lodging packages are now available to enable guests to do just that: Adventure, which includes all meals and guided excursions such as horse riding, trekking, kayaking and grade II-III or III-IV rafting in the Manso River; Wellness, which includes all meals, mindful walks, yoga, massages and use of the sauna; and Lodging & Meals which covers meals and accommodation for those who prefer to plan their activities as they go.
Guests will be able to savour a brand new menu of classical Argentine and regional dishes, all prepared by a new chef and kitchen team using local, homemade, healthy ingredients, some of which are grown in the estancia’s own organic garden.
An extensive wine list has also been introduced, showcasing the region’s top wineries, Humberto Canale and Pulenta, as well as a good selection of mid-range to high end wines from all around the country. There is also a new bar in the lobby of the main house featuring a variety of spirits.
Accommodation is available in two houses and three villas, offering a total of 14 rooms between them, each with views of the glorious surroundings. In addition, a group of new yurts is also now available, located either in the forest or on the shores of Lake Gutierrez.
Prices at Peuma Hue start from £700 per person for a 3-night adventure lodging package which includes accommodation in a double yurt, meals with soft drinks, and the following guided activities: horse riding, trekking, kayaking and white water rafting. Budget £1500 for domestic and international flights and £100 for land transfers. New weekly outings are included in all lodging packages and include visits to breweries and Argentine steakhouses, as well as wine tastings and asados, traditional Argentine barbecues.
For further information, visit: https://www.swoop-patagonia.com/argentina/lake-district/hotels/peuma-hue
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The team at Swoop is passionate about the ends of the earth. Less travel agent, more destination ambassador, the specialist company focuses exclusively on arranging adventures in the Polar Regions and Patagonia. Offering extensive knowledge and experience gained from living, working and travelling in these regions, combined with a wide choice of options available through its long-standing relationships with tour operators and local partners, Swoop helps to plan trips that match individuals’ dreams, budgets and appetite for adventure.
So, whether it’s a tailor-made itinerary taking in the volcanoes, glaciers, fjords, mountains and plains of Patagonia, a hotel or ship-based holiday, a group tour, soft adventure or an intrepid polar expedition complete with mountaineering, Swoop has the contacts and expertise to make it happen.
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Once an abandoned property, the estancia was rejuvenated by Evelyn and her team, who painstakingly removed the non-native rose hip plant that was choking the land, in order to allow indigenous plants to thrive and to encourage native animals to return. In addition, deluxe log and stone accommodation was built with the help of local artisans using wood from sustainable forestry plantations and other material sourced from within the area.