What's included with "base camp" trip

  • night at lake front hotel in Bariloche, Argentina
  • all food, lunch day 2 until breakfast day 10
  • custom made Sotar rafts with footcups, wetsuits, type 5 life jackets
  • 8 nights at exclusive, remote Mapu Leufu Cliff base camp complete with; great fishing, canyoneering, kayak pond and private manuel cable car crossing accessing miles of trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding.
  • 3 – 1 client/guide ratio
  • private accommodations for individuals (depends group size)
  • cliff dwellings with beds
  • sleeping bags, thick mattress pads & pillows
  • cliff-side dining area with tables
  • covered dining for inclement weather
  • large hand-hewn gazebo
  • cliffside hot tub
  • hot showers
  • flush toilets
  • battery charging capabilities
  • prepared meals, Chilean wine, beer & soda
  • inflatable kayaking gear and instruction (Espolon and Azul rivers)
  • riding horses
  • Gary Fischer mountain bikes


Not Included in "base camp" trip

  • r/t airfare from U.S. to Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Argentina reciprocity country entrance tax ($160)
  • R/T taxi from International to National Airports (approx. $80 R/T)
  • R/T airfare between Buenos Aires and Bariloche (approx. $650)
  • taxi from Bariloche Airport to hotel ($35)
  • professional masseuse ($50 half hour, $80 hour)
  • guide tips (typically 7% of trip cost)
  • professionally shot trip DVD, $220
  • fly fishing gear
  • catch up fees for late arrivals including; add. hotel, taxi to border (we will pick you up there) and add. meals.
  • travel before of after trip
“Eric Hertz has devoted his life and his company’s resources to saving some of the world’s last great white-water, wilderness rivers.".
"Earth River is the premier river runner in the world. Their staff includes the finest guides to be found."
“Earth River is more than a great whitewater outfitter. Their contributions have made a real difference in our efforts to preserve some of the world's most beautiful rivers in Chile and Canada."
"I want to personally thank Earth River for helping us stop the hydro-electric projects on our land preventing the destruction of one of North America's last great wildernesses.
“I’ve rafted with Eric Hertz down some tough rivers—the Futaleufu in Chile, the Colca in Peru. He's one of the best in the business—obsessed with safety."
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