Vulcões cobertos de neve e lagos transparentes situados nas montanhas dos Andes — veja o melhor da mãe natureza nesta jornada extraordinária de Puerto Varas no Chile à Bariloche na Argentina. Navegue pelos três lagos, Todos los Santos, Felix Frías e Nahuel Huapi, com os vulcões Osorno, Pontiagudo e El Tronador dominando as imensas paisagens. Dentro do Parque Nacional Vicente Pérez Rosales, sinta a neblina das Cachoeiras Petrohué. Aproveite essas paisagens em uma viagem só de ida ou de ida e volta. Transporte de barco e de ônibus
Very exciting views of volcanos, lakes, mountain meadows, rainforest. However, one way is enough to see almost all of it, and we recommend the one way from Puerto Varas to Bariloche, and then continue on with other travel. Also, Viator requested a return to Puerto Montt, but Cruce Andino the operator only goes between Puerto Varas and Bariloche.
Beautifull lake views. Too long of a stay in Peulla, making the lake crossing 12-13 hours long. Cristian the tour guy for the second portion of the trip was not friendly. Nevertheless, I highly recommend taking the trip.
Absolutely loved this day trip between Puerto Varas and Bariloche....actually probably the highlight of our trip.....
even got to throw a snowball when we stopped at the Chile/Argentinian border crossing. Bariloche is just the right
size to walk everywhere and enjoy the atmosphere and the beautiful lake and snow capped mountains. DONT MISS IT!
The trip from Puerto Varas and return was great - amazing scenery and well organised.
However, I'm afraid Viator can take no credit for this, as it was all done by local operators who charge just a fraction of the price that Viator charges. Go local!
This was an extraordinary viewing of an amazing place--sourounded by volcanoes is crystalline ponds, which were sometimes a pale green. Tour guides were well rounded and quite informative. This is an amazing opportunity.
We really enjoyed the scenery ,it is a very beaytiful part of the world . The guides were great and transfer of luggage worked like clockwork.
The only down was the length of the day which could have been made shorter by having only an hour for lunch before proceeding onto Bariloche