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We spent our last two nights in Patagonia at Nibepo Aike, hoping to experience life on an estancia. It was very expensive, though reasonable compared to what other estancias charge. Very quiet location at the end of a long, bumpy dirt road. There is nice...More
I wish I could offer Nibeko Aike 6 stars. I'm a professor on sabbatical. In my 6 weeks of extensive travel in South America, my time at Nibeko Aike stands out as the singular highlight. I visited in February after completing the W Trek at...More
If this was in North America or Europe it would be $100/night. At close to 300 once tax is included it really provides poor value. Set menu of soup followed by lentils was a joke on a working farm with sheep and cows in the...More
A tourist trap for some but we found this to be a well run operation explaining the running of an estancia. Sure there are only 200 sheep and 500 head of cattle, somewhat fewer than an Australian Cattle or sheep station but giving a taste...More
I wouldn't bother with this visit. This is not a working estancia but a tourist trap. Everything is staged for the tourist. A few sheep and cattle and the slowest sheep shearer in the world.
The location is fantastic and the only thing that made...More
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