The Largest Ice Rink in South America is in Patagonia

The low temperatures experienced in this Patagonian corner give El Calafate the possibility of having the largest natural ice rink in South America.

It is a 700-hectare water mirror that freezes in the winter allowing activities such as skating, hockey, ice sculpture tournaments, sled races, among others, in front of Xelena Hotel & Suites.

All the activities of this festivity revolve around that natural ice that nature gives to El Calafate during the winter season.

For those who visit the Bahía Redonda natural ice rink, many of these activities include more than one fall, but above all, many more laughs.

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Esther A. Faus
I’m born here in Buenos Aires, I love this amazing city and my country and when I’m going through to find new destinations and places it makes me happy to see how beautiful Argentina is.


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