On the southern margin of Nahuel Huapi Lake, surrounded by the beautiful park of the same name, at 41º South Latitude and 770 meters above sea level, San Carlos de Bariloche is located, a mountain city whose trajectory, development and singular attractions have made it at the gateway to Patagonia Argentina.The urban space extends from the east, in an imposing landscape that varies, in a strip of a few kilometers from the characteristic Patagonian steppe landscape in a line almost without transition to the humid forest of the Andean mountain range that emerges majestically over the West.Counting on a wide diversity of offer and services, the city annually receives more than 800,000 travelers, transforming tourism into the main local economic activity, being also an important pole of scientific and technological development at a national and international level.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productDay 1 – EUCA Adventure Air Park We invite you, together with your families and friends, to play and climb to the trees, like when we were boys, safe and very well served in our air park, which offers them more than 60 games in height and zip lines. The game begins when our guides equip you with an integral arness, a pulley, a helmet and gloves. After a safety talk you are going to run into autonomy this privileged place using bridges of rope or wood, trapezes in height, throws and many more challenges. Duration: 4 hoursLocation: Parque Aereo Euca Tigre, Benavidez, Province of Buenos Aires, Central ArgentinaDay 2 – San Martin de los Andes and Seven Lakes RoadThe route of this beautiful circuit includes the whole range of landscapes that can be enjoyed in this privileged region. The journey to San Martin, on a wooded road that crosses rivers and streams and borders several lakes (Nahuel Huapi, Correntoso, Espejo, Escondido, Villarino, Falkner and Machónico) on whose banks, some beaches and various panoramic points allow you to enjoy wonderful landscapes. Bordering the Lacar Lake, you arrive at San Martin de los Andes to have lunch and to know the city.Duration: 8 hoursLocation: Route of the Seven Lakes, San Martin de los Andes, Province of Neuquen, PatagoniaDay 3 – Blest Port and Cantaros WatersBlest Port: At the beginning, the catamaran sails westwards towards the Blest branch of Lake Nahuel Huapi, where at its entrance we can see the Centinela Island, where the remains of Perito Moreno, creator of the Argentine National Parks, rest. After an hour of navigation, we arrive at Puerto Cántaros, in an environment full of Valdivian Jungle, making an ascent along a stepped path to Los Cántaros Lake, whose drainage feeds the homonymous waterfall. Some viewpoints on the path allow to contemplate in the ascent, the beauty of the jumps that slide on mantles of rock. Then, when returning to the boat, crossing to the opposite shore, you disembark in Puerto Blest to have lunch and return to the city after having visited this beautiful place cradle of the Argentine National Parks. Duration: 6 hoursLocation: Puerto Blest y Cascada de los Cantaro, San Carlos de Bariloche, Province of Rio Negro, Patagonia