Yoga in Buenos Aires



For anyone with an avid and enthusiastic yoga regime, the possibility of taking lessons while traveling is generally appealing and often necessary. Here are some spots that cater to the yogi needs of both locals and travelers in Buenos Aires.

In English

Buena Onda Yoga, located in San Telmo, Cañitas and Palermo, is the most well-known bilingual yoga center in Buenos Aires and offers a variety of styles in both Spanish and mostly English and also hosts occasional moonlight yoga events that are also great for meeting people and enjoying some vegetarian cuisine.

Yoga Flow Palermo offers private tailor-made lessons, and coordinates outdoor yoga events. More information here.

Bihkram Yoga

For the brave that like to sweat it all out, the Bihkram Yoga Center in Palermo is the best known spot for hot yoga. Av. Las Heras 3541. More information here.

Iyengar: Yoga Sadhana

Focusing on the Iyengar yoga techniques, Yoga Sadhana offers classes with all the necessary elements for different body needs, albeit in Spanish. Another plus, they’re close to the hotel, on Carranza and Paraguay. More information here.

Yoga Retreat

If you’re looking for a getaway for some yoga and meditation in a natural environment, then Eco Yoga Park is the place to go nearby the city in General Rodriguez.. Classes are generally in Spanish although it is possible to book in advance for groups who want them in English. More information here.

Buenos Aires al sol: actividades al aire libre


El pronóstico anticipa días cálidos y de sol por los próximos diez días en esta primavera prematura y además de disfrutar de jardines y de la noche palermitana, proponemos cuatro actividades alternativas para aprovechar de algunas aventuras al sol también.

Argentina Polo Day: A tan solo 45 minutos de la ciudad, Argentina Polo Day ofrece la opción de relajarse al sol, comer un buen asado, ver un partido profesional de Polo, y lo que es mejor, aprender a jugar también, una actividad única que vale la pena probar. Más información aquí.

City Sailing Buenos Aires: El Río de la Plata es tan fundamental a la ciudad de Buenos Aires como su orilla, y salir a navegar es la manera perfecta de conocer la ciudad desde otro punto de vista y de divertirse también.Más información aquí.

Sudeste Kayak: Conocer el delta del Tigre es el plan perfecto para un día de sol y lo bueno de Sudeste Kayak es que brinda la oportunidad de conocer sus recovecos y a la vez mover el cuerpo. Además, ofrecen un tour nocturno, ideal para los días de luna llena que se aproximan. Más información aquí.

Perú Beach deportes extremos: Ubicado en la zona residencial de Zona Norte, y sobre las orillas del río, este centro de deportes extremo ofrecen varias opciones para los más aventureros, incluyendo kitesurfing y paredes para escalar. Además, está en frente de la estación Barrancas del Tren de la Costa en la que hay una hermosa feria de antigüedades,  y también hay varias parrillas al aire libre frente al río para almorzar. Más información aquí.

Sunny Side Up: Outdoor Adventures in Buenos Aires


The forecast says the warm sunny weather will continue for the following ten days, and maybe more with a premature spring in the air. Besides enjoying some garden lounging and late night drinking in the bustling Palermo area, here are four alternative activities for some sunny day adventures too!

Argentina Polo Day: At just 45 minutes away from the city center, this is a great spot to relax outside where you can have an asado, watch a professional polo match, but best of all, learn how to play yourself! A unique activity well worth experiencing during your stay! More information here.

City Sailing Buenos Aires: The Rio de la Plata is as much part of the porteño identity as its shoreline and sailing is a great way to experience the city from another point of view while having some great fun as well. More information here. 

Sudeste Kayak: The Tigre Delta is of course another must when the weather is nice, and the great thing about Sudeste Kayak is that they give you a chance to explore its little nooks and crannies while keeping the body moving. Plus, they have a great nocturnal tour that you don’t want to miss with the upcoming full moon. Find out more here.

Perú Beach Extreme Sports Center: Located in the residential Zona Norte area, and on the shore of the river banks, this laid back center has plenty of adventure options including kite surfing and climbing walls. Also, it is right in front of the Tren de la Costa Barrancas station that has a lovely little antique fair and the area is full of nice parrillas  with outdoor riverside seating. More information here.