Manzana de las Luces Tours
There are several wineries offering tours and tastings in and around the town The visits(English and French available)are short and bright at Bodega Nanni , a small, central winery with a lovely grass patio. Its wines are organic, uncomplicated and drinkable.
This 2388m peak, 20km southwest of Bariloche, is the area's most important snow-sport center, open from mid-June to mid-October There is a good mix of easy, intermediate and advanced skiing runs, with steep advanced runs at the top and some tree runs near the base.
Navigating the Beagle Channel’s gunmetal-gray waters, with glaciers and rocky isles in the distance, offers a fresh perspective and decent wildlife watching. Operators are found on the tourist wharf Maipú between Lasserre and Roca. Harbor cruises are usually four-hour morning or afternoon excursions to sea lion and cormorant colonies.
If you’ve ordered mineral water from any restaurant or cafe in Argentina, odds are you’ve ended up with a bottle of Villavicencio on your table. These springs are the source, and their spectacular mountain setting once hosted the prestigious thermal baths resort of the Gran Hotel de Villavicencio .
When the temperatures and humidity skyrocket, head north to this large water park. It's great for families with huge shallow pools (perhaps 4 ft at their deepest), plus a large water slide and lots of umbrellas and lounge chairs (both cost extra). There are plenty of grassy areas in which to enjoy a picnic or mate (tea).
The king of BA’s gyms has around 25 branches throughout the city, including another one in Barrio Norte ; the Reconquista branch is conveniently located right in the center. Expect most or all gym services, including weights, aerobic machines, a sports and supplements shop, and a wide variety of classes.
A 4km hiking trail starts from Av Siete Lagos, northwest of the tourist office, and leads to an overlook with good views of Lago Correntoso, Nahuel Huapi and the surrounding mountains. It then continues another 3km to the 1992m summit. After visiting the overlook, retrace your steps to a nearby junction that leads to Cascada Inayacal , a 50m waterfall.
A great spot to taste some wines by the glass (somewhat rare in BA) in a contemporary, airy setting. But come for a light meal, too - a few gourmet sandwiches and salads are available, plus there's French-style bread freshly baked in a wood-fired oven. The tastings happen weekly (AR$80 per person) and include wines from Mendoza and Salta; private tastings are available.
Take part in a can’t-miss Buenos Aires tradition – a night out at the tango! This dinner and show experience combines a three-course dinner with the exciting music and dance moves of Argentina’s famous dance genre.
Spend a day outside of Ushuaia, discovering the natural wonders of the Tierra del Fuego province and learning about the culture and history of the region. On a catamaran cruise, you’ll go island-hopping through the famous Beagle Channel and marvel at the stunning flora and fauna, including penguins and sea lions.
This 4.5 hour evening tour allows you to mingle with the local crowds at the best "milongas" in town! At these Buenos Aires dance halls, you'll experience a traditional Tango show, enjoy complimentary drinks, a delicious dinner and fun Tango lessons! A trip to Argentina is not complete without this famous form of art and entertainment.
The only tour operator in town offers everything from fly-fishing, horseback riding and rafting to day trips to the geysers and hot springs north of town and the rock carvings at Colo Michi-Co archaeological park. It can also arrange five-day treks to the summit of Volcán Domuyo (4710m), the highest volcanic peak in Patagonia.