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Drive the Road of the Seven Lakes to San Martín de los Andes on this full-day trip from Bariloche. Listen to informative commentary from your guide during your sightseeing bus trip past Nahuel Huapi Lake, Lácar Lake and the breathtaking Seven Lakes. Enjoy a short stop in Villa La Angostura and a few hours of free time to explore San Martín at your own pace.
Sail through the stunning lakes and mountains of the Andes on this unforgettable day trip that takes you from Bariloche, Argentina, to Puerto Varas in Chile. Travel by bus and catamaran, crossing the border and cruising across three different lakes with awe-inspiring views of snow-capped peaks, glaciers, volcanic waterfalls, and alpine villages.
It’s not easy finding a cruise you can fit into one day during your visit to the Patagonia region. This particular cruise from San Carlos de Bariloche to Puerto Varas is perfect for travelers short on time, and it cruises the same route used by the first inhabitants of the region more than 400 years ago. Sit back and relax on the boat as you travel Chilean-Argentinian Patagonia area. Hotel pickup and drop-off is also included.
Saddle up for an unforgettable horseback riding adventure and spend the morning on a traditional estancia (ranch). Suitable for all ability levels, including first time riders, you’ll learn some basic riding techniques, then put your skills to the test on a scenic 2-hour trail ride through the mountains and lakes of the Andes. Back on the ranch, tuck into a delicious asado (barbecue) lunch and make the most of the open bar, before returning to your hotel.
Visit Cerro Tronador, the tallest mountain in the Andean Lake District, on this full-day trip from Bariloche. Head towards Guttierrez and Mascardi Lakes via coach on a stunning scenic route along the Nahuel Huapi Lake and Manso River. After a stop in the town of Pampa Linda, take a brief hike with an informative guide to Ventisquero Negro glacier and hear the booming sound of calving ice chunks.
Knowing Victoria Island and witnessing the Arrayanes Forest show, it is a pleasure that has already been experienced by millions of visitors to the National Park, but this Island still awaits with its intact conservation conditions, the next visitors who arrive to Puerto Anchorena to disembark and travel it.After an hour of navigation, departing from Puerto Pañuelo in the imposing Llao Llao Peninsula, you will arrive at the Quetrihue peninsula, the seat of the Arrayanes Forest, located in the northeast of Lake Nahuel Huapi.The Arrayan (Quetrihue in Mapuche language) is a bush of exquisite saffron and white flowers. In this place, unique in the world, take the wingspan of "tree" to form a magical and unusual forest. Then you navigate to Puerto Anchorena, Victoria Island, where it is possible to enjoy an indigenous flora, prolific in species of magnificent size.
Tour the Curcuito Chico to get a taste of Bariloche's gorgeous natural attractions during this half-day excursion. In downtown Bariloche, see the houses of pioneers who settled the area, the Nautical Club and the Melipal neighborhood. Skirt Lake Nahuel Huapi on the journey to attractions like San Eduardo Chapel, Puerto Pañuelo and the Llao Llao Hotel. Stand in the shadow of the impressive Mt Campanario, looming 3,444 feet (1,050 meters) tall. In the short, 37-mile (60-km) journey, view the regions mountains, lakes and verdant forests. Round-trip transportation from Bariloche hotels is included.
Discover why Bariloche is famous for its lakes on a full-day tour through one of Patagonia’s most stunning landscapes. Travel with a bilingual guide along a picturesque route that winds through blue and emerald pools, dramatic rock formations, rivers and alpine forests. Stop to soak up the scenery at lakeside beaches and other scenic viewpoints, and visit the town of San Martín de los Andes for a dose of local culture and cuisine.
Cruise Nahuel Huapi Lake, then embark on a nature walk in both Los Arrayanes National Park and Victoria Island during this full-day trip from Bariloche. Take a catamaran ride to the picturesque Quetrihué Peninsula for strolls through the last remaining arrayán forest and Victoria Island's coniferous forest. Transportation from local Bariloche hotels is included in this full-day itinerary.
In the guided ride you can see the “Las buitreras” and “Carbón” hills, the Ñirihuau river valley and a wide mountain range of the Andes Mountains. A pleasant walk of approximately two hours, crossing a great mallín and a mixed forest of ñires, we challenge piche stick, radales etc. Attended by its owners.
Discover the frozen enchantment of Mount Tronador and the Black Glacier on an invigorating full-day excursion to Nahuel Huapi National Park from Bariloche. With a knowledgeable guide, travel through the spectacular scenery of the Bariloche region and absorb panoramic vistas at Lake Gutiérrez. Gaze at the 11,411-foot (3,478-meter) summit of Mount Tronador, the highest mountain in the region and pass through atmospheric forests and dramatic valleys to see the striking Black Glacier.
Soak up the atmosphere in the picturesque town of El Bolsón and visit Puelo Lake during this 9-hour trip from Bariloche. Explore the quaint town's dirt roads and traditionally built houses, stopping at the well-known market to peruse the goods made of locally sourced natural materials. Continue to Pueblo Lake to take a short trek through the Forest of Shadows and admire the scenic views. Stop for photo ops of the verdant trees, the tranquil blue water and the snowy mountains looming above before returning to Bariloche.
Take a complete tour of the Gardens of Paradise region surrounding Bariloche on a 10-hour tour of the Circuito Grande in a comfortable minivan. Gain insider perspective on the area’s natural and cultural highlights during a fully narrated trip, and get a comprehensive overview of the region’s attractions.
Gain insider perspective on the Bariloche Lakes Region on a private half-day tour, featuring complete narration and stops at the region’s highlights. Cover 40 miles (65 kilometers) of combined city sightseeing and alpine wilderness in a private vehicle that comfortably accommodates your group of two to six people, and stop for lunch and a craft beer tasting at the end of your trip.
Enjoy personalized attention and a flexible itinerary on this full-day private tour of Bariloche's Manso River region. Explore the photo-worthy lakes and waterfalls and take a short hike through the region's dense forest with live commentary about the area's fauna and flora from your dedicated guide. Private round-trip transport and boxed lunch included.
This small-group boat cruise takes passengers on a day trip across Nahuel Huapi Lake. You’ll disembark to hike through the rain forest to Cascada de los Cántaros (Cántaros Falls) and get a glimpse of the restored inn on the banks of Puerto Blest. It’s a great way to explore the Lake District of Northern Patagonia while staying in Bariloche.
The towering peak and blue alpine waters of Cerro Tronador are easily accessed on this day trip from Bariloche. Head out of the city and into the southern Andes on this guided tour, which includes hassle-free transportation with hotel pickup and drop-off, letting you focus less on logistics and more on the gorgeous scenery and picture-perfect views.
Get adventurous during your Argentina trip with a whitewater-rafting tour on the Lower Manso River. You'll navigate rapids and rest on sandy beaches as you admire the Andean scenery of Patagonia. No previous rafting experience is necessary.
Escape the tourist trail and experience the natural beauty of Argentina’s Lake District on this full-day adventure from San Martin de los Andes. Enjoy prime views of the glacial lake of Huechulafquen; walk along black volcanic sand beaches; and snap photos of the snow-capped Lanín Volcano. Finally, discover the unique culture of the indigenous Mapuche as you stop at local villages and visit historic churches. This small-group tour is limited to 12 people and includes hotel pick-up and drop-off.
Experience the awe-inspiring vistas of Argentine Patagonia on this 4-hour minivan tour from San Martin de los Andes. Keep your camera handy as you drive around the glittering Lácar Lake, follow the forested Arraynes Circuit and climb the foothills of Mount Chapelco. Enjoy free time at the Chapelco resort to explore the artisan shops or ride the cable car to the summit (own expense) for an unforgettable aerial view. This small-group tour has a maximum of 12 people for a personalised experience.
Tackle the hair-raising Class II and III rapids of the Río Chimehuín on this fun-filled white water rafting excursion from San Martin de los Andes. Look out for wild boar, vultures, and kingfishers as you hurtle through the waves, bump over stone steps, and wind your way downstream, then relax on a deserted beach with some well-deserved refreshments. This small-group tour has a maximum of 12 people for a personalized experience and is ideal for first-time rafters, with full instruction and all equipment provided.
After an early morning departure on the National Route 40, we will be traveling through 115 km of exuberant forest, rivers of transparent water and lakes Machónico, Falkner, Villarino, Escondido, Correntoso, Espejo and Nahuel Huapi.Arriving at noon at Villa la Angostura, we will visit this beautiful city, its ports, the El Messidor Residence with its gardens. Later we will have free time to have lunch at the downtown area. In the afternoon we will go to Puerto Manzano to explore its majestic architecture that highlights the bay. The walk through Villa la Angostura is completed by residential neighborhoods on the shores of Lakes Correntoso and Nahuel Huapi,
Enjoy a serene day out on the water on this small-group tour that takes on a boat journey through Nahuel Huapi National Park. Admire the myrtle woods of the Quetrihue peninsula, lush vegetation of Puerto Anchorena, on Victoria Island, and native art on Playa del Toro.