Bariloche is one of the most important cities in Argentine Patagonia and is located on the coast of Lake Nahuel Huapi at 770 meters above sea level, it is one of the most important tourist centers in Argentina. On your trips to Bariloche you will be surrounded by a natural landscape full of mountains, forests, lakes and crystal clear rivers. It also has its high peaks of the Andes, which remain covered with snow throughout the year. Some activities to highlight in the region, the trip to the Arrayanes Forest by boat and the view of the route of the seven lakes, with its majestic Nahuel Huapi.
The city of San Martín de los Andes in Patagonia Argentina is the main tourist center of the province of Neuquén. The city on the edge of Lake Lácar and the fertile Vega Maipú valley is picturesque, in an alpine style, with buildings with abundant wood and wide paved streets with an orderly layout. It is the most important town near the Lanín National Park, it has an excellent tourist infrastructure, which makes it the base point for touring the area. The summer season lasts until April and in June the movement begins again with tourists and skiers who visit the Cerro Chapelco ski center. Lake Lácar has an area of 50 square km, 25 km in length and a depth of 58 km, it is surrounded by lush native forests, which are commercially exploited.
Immersed in the Argentine Patagonia, in the Province of Río Negro, El Bolsón surprises you with its mountain landscape made up of small valleys that make up the Andean Region. A great diversity of landscapes, scattered in mighty and charming lakes such as Lago Puelo and Epuyén. This town in Patagonia, just 300 meters above sea level, has deep valleys like Lago Puelo just 200 m or El Hoyo, capital of Fine Fruit, guarded by Cerro Pirque. The diversity and quality of the regional production, in many cases organic vegetables, dried flowers, hops, fine fruit, cheeses made with cow's milk, also goat's milk, sweets, liqueurs, artisan ice cream, tulips, smoked trout, they affirm together with so many others, the painstaking love that the locals pour into what they do.