Rio Mayo

the mayo river

Discover the Río Mayo holiday and discover the best time and places you can visit. Rio Mayo titi (Callicebus oenanthe) is a kind of Titi, a kind of New World monkey, endemic to Peru. You can save a lot of money at a variety of Rio Mayo hotels! Ship details about RIO MAYO include the current ship position, voyage information and photos. The best ranches in Rio Mayo:

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Fall 2018 in RÃo Mayo

Embedded in a Patagonian basin, the RÃo Mayo region is characterised by a arid weather and steady winds. There are two domestic itineraries - 40 and 26 and two regional ones - 20 and 22 - which cross the region connecting RÃo Mayo with Comodoro Rivadavia (266 kilometres), Sarmiento (146 kilometres), Esquel (388 kilometres) and Perito Moreno (125 kilometres).

It is traversed by the Mayo River, which begins at the junction of the Guenguel and ChalÃa rivers, known as outstanding areas for flying fisheries. In addition, other sports are practised in the region that are attracting more and more fans every day: MTB, walking, horse back-riding, and photoafaris.

Most of the district's natural resource comes from its countryside where ewe cows are bred. It is the most expensive and the RÃo Senguer region is the most important and best woollen manufacturer in South America. There has been an increase in the number of tourists in the area.

In addition to the excellent accommodations, the visitor has the opportunity to take part in the day-to-day activities in the countryside. RÃo Mayo's flagship festival is the RÃo Mayo Sheep Shearing Festival. Conducted for 3 nights in January, it not only gathers the whole country people but also greets a large influx of domestic and international tourists.

RÃo Mayo has the prerogative to be part of the Argentinian â Chilean Bi-Oceanic Corridor. Lake Blanco and Milestone 50 connect the ports of Comodoro Rivadavia (Argentina) and Balmaceda (Chile). RÃo Mayo, with its steppes climates and freezing winters, is regarded as a resting place.

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