Start your adventure with an Bariloche Airport or Bus Station pick-up on Day 1 and spend the rest of the day at your leisure. On Day 2 Travel along the beautiful Lake Nahuel Huapi on a tour that brings you to the foot of Mt Campanario and opt for a chairlift ride that will take you high for an incredible view before your boat tour to Isla Victoria and the Arrayanes Forest on Day 3. Your adventure comes to an end on Day 4 with a Bariloche Airport or Bus Station drop-off.
Day by Day Itinerary:
Day 1: Bariloche Airport or Bus Station Pick-up
You will be picked-up at the Bariloche Airport or Bus Station upon arrival and transfer to your accommodation for check-in. Enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure. Overnight in Bariloche.
Day 2: Mt. Campanario & Circuito Chico Half Day Tour (B)
Have breakfast at your accommodation and then depart at 3:00 pm to your Circuito Chico Half Day Excursion. Your adventure starts in Bariloche along Bustillo Avenue for an amazing view of Lake Nahuel Huapi. Arrive at the foot of Mt. Campanario where you can opt to use the chairlift and get to see 1500 mts of the hill and visit the tearoom on top, and the terrace from where you can admire one of the most complete and beautiful views of Northern Patagonia. Returning from your tour along Bustillo Avenue, the bus continues to San Pedro Peninsula. At Km 23 of Bustillo Avenue you will reach Villa Llao Llao, site of the San Eduardo Chapel, a jewel of regional architecture where stands the magnificent Llao Llao Hotel. From there the route goes through the Llao
Llao Peninsula. After bordering Lake Escondido at Km 33, the road passes over Narrow Bridge Creek, that separates the Moreno Lake from Nahuel Huapi Lake. At Km 40 you will reach the famous Panoramic Point at 945m high, where you can appreciate the majesty of the landscape that makes up Lake Moreno and Llao Llao Peninsula. Overnight in Bariloche.
Day 3: Isla Victoria & Arrayanes Forest Boat Half Day Tour (B)
Enjoy breakfast at your accommodation before your adventure starts at 12:30. It is the traditional excursion of Nahuel Huapi National Park. You will sail from Puerto Pañuelo and after an hour navigation, arrive at Quetrihue Peninsula, where you will admire the magnificence of the only Arrayanes forest in the world. Walking through a decked path you will have the opportunity to see centennial trees.
From a botanical point of view, the Arrayan is a plant classified as a bush which only grows like a tree in this area. It has a cinnamon color with a thin bark which upon coming off, leaves white spots which give this tree its unique look.
Then you go sailing to Victoria Island on a 40 min. trip, and arrive at Puerto Anchorena. There you will visit a coniferous nursery, walking through paths and natural viewpoints where you will have the opportunity to admire the beauty of the place. One of the paths leads to Playa del Toro, a volcanic sand beach where cave paintings can be seen. Along this walk your National Park guides will show you and inform you of every detail related to this excursion. Overnight in Bariloche
Day 4: Bariloche Airport or Bus Station Drop-Off (B)
Enjoy breakfast at your accommodation before checking out from it. Today your adventure comes to an end with your transfer to the Air
* Don’t forget to bring your own towel if you have chosen to stay in a Hostel Dorm Room.
* Remember to take care of visa arrangements before arriving into Argentina.
Important Note (for travels in Argentina):
Please remember that the Argentine Immigration Office is charging ALL citizens from the United States and Australia a "Reciprocity Fee". You are responsible for paying for this fee online and printing your receipt, which you must present to the Customs Authority upon entering the country. There are no exemptions to this fee and it must be paid regardless if you are staying for a few hours, making a flight connection or staying for a longer period of time. Please note that for some nationalities, the option to pay for multiple entrances does not exist. You are responsible for having these documents in order prior to arrival.
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