Beautiful, sophisticated cities with lots to do, but what about the incredible natural beauty outside of the cities? Raw Travel explores Uruguay and Argentina like never before.
Raw Travel takes viewers south, way down south, to experience a little bit of Europe in South America. It’s time to explore Uruguay and Argentina.
The Raw Travel crew begins their journey in the big, but peaceful capital city of Montevideo, Uruguay where they tour the famous old town and take in some authentic Uruguayan culture.
Next the crew buses over to the peaceful and historic town of Colonia del Sacramento before taking a short boat ride across the River Plate to Argentina’s capital of Buenos Aries.
In Buenos Aires, Raw Travel digs deep to take viewers inside the rather large underground music and tattoo scene. Rob learns how to tango like a pro, well almost… then heads to a soccer match to get an inside look at how the sport takes on near religious fervor.
After touring one of the most famous cemeteries in the world, as well as the many diverse and historical neighborhoods, the crew takes time to give back with Voluntario Global, an organization dedicated to connecting traveling volunteers with some of the poorest, most vulnerable citizens of Buenos Aires.
Then it’s off on some day trips when Raw Travel heads outside the city to visit the delta river town of Tigre and experience some authentic gaucho culture in San Antonio de Areco at Estancia El Cencerro, a working ranch that hosts travelers from all over the world.
Next, take a look at another side of Argentina as Raw Travel heads to the remote and incredibly picturesque northwest desert region Salta Province. The crew explores the many beautiful and historical churches of Salta and then road trips to the incredible, indigenous Quilmes Ruins.
Finally, what trip to Argentina would be complete without a visit to what some consider the best wine vineyards in the world? Raw Travel visits the legendary El Esteco Vineyards in the charming town of Cafayete to show viewers why many Argentine wines from this region are not just delicious, but also natural and organic.