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The hotel is closed since 1978 but i can visited the gardens and around the hotel. The road of there is in great and near there are a big reserve of water. Its a different tour because is a natural reserve.
Very good tour overall. I often find the wineries visited on these types of group tours are terrible, but this one was very good. And the guy at Kaiken winery who led the tasting was great. The olive oil tour at Club Tapiz was really interesting if a bit long, and the tasting was fun. The dinner experience was good overall. But, 5 or 6 people at the table ordered the pasta and we all found it absolutely inedible. It tasted like someone had poured a pound of salt into each dish. It was pretty gross. Also, our tour guide for the evening didn't do anything but drop us off and pick us up. We were VERY lucky to have another group do the Club Tapiz tour with us, because the main tour guide from the winery spoke no English. If the other group's amazing bilingual guide had not been there, we would not have understood anything. This is the reason I didn't give the tour four stars.
It was a very good tour with an informative guide.
We had a great time on this tour! They picked us up prompty at our hotel and took us to a little oasis in the mountains complete with a restaurant, huge patio, kitchen (with great food) and lounging chairs. We went whitewater rafting in the morning, which was one of the highlights of our trip to Argentina. We then did the ziplining in the afternoon, which had lines that extended over the Mendoza River. Some of the longest I've ever experienced. The guides were professional and helpful and the costs for these excursions was very reasonable compared to their competitors. I highly recommend!
Doing what: Half-Day Rafting Adventure on the Mendoza River
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