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Visit Welsh Patagonia with Teithiau Tango

Yes, Welsh is spoken in Argentina, and this is a huge draw for many people!  Much has been seen on TV and heard on the radio in the past few years about the 153 people who sailed on the Mimosa to what is today Puerto Madryn in Argentina. 

People today are able to visit Puerto Madryn as well as the other Welsh Patagonia settlements, Trelew, Gaiman, Dolavon, Esquel & Trevelin.  (There is also Rawson & Comodoro Rivadavia, but our tours don’t tend to visit those destinations)

Our group tours range from 8 people to 40 people depending on the departure.   All the activities are specially organised by locals for our groups and you will have the chance to meet and socialise with the Patagonians of Welsh descent; speak, and even sing with them in Welsh!

If you don’t speak Welsh or you are learning, please don’t worry because all our tours are guided by friendly and knowledgeable group leaders fluent in English, Welsh and Spanish who will be available to help you with everything.

And, if you don’t fancy travelling in a group why not get in touch for us to arrange a private tour for you?

A visit to Welsh Patagonia is truly an unforgettable, once in a lifetime experience!

Welsh Patagonia Tours
Tra Bo Dau Group Tour, La Boca, Buenos Aires. November 2019

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Our feedback speaks for itself!

“We had an incredible guide who had extensive knowledge of Patagonia…highlights include the asado and traditional foods in the houses of locals. We had a warm welcome everywhere. If we go to South America again, Teithiau Tango will be organising!”
Tomi Jones, Carol Evans and Mary Evans
Easter Tour, 2019
“The holiday experience of a lifetime: unforgettable! The Welsh aspects of the tour were exceptional – seeing the enthusiasm of the children was humbling”​
Catherine and Peter Bramley
Trevelin Birthday Tour, 2018

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Eisteddfod del Chubut
Patagonia Instrument Project

Our Welsh Patagonia & Latin America Blog

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