San Carlos de Bariloche
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Lake Excursion to Victoria Island and Arrayanes Forest

1. Lake Excursion to Victoria Island and Arrayanes Forest

Start the first section of the tour in the Quetrihue Peninsula where you will visit the Arrayanes Forst.  After a quick walk, you will arrive at Bosque de Arrayanes where you will stay for 45 minutes and cross the forest on a path that is 2625 feet (800m) long. This trip culminates in the mythical cabin that functions as a tea house. From there you will board the catamaran and resumes your tour as you head to Bahía Anchorena. After several minutes of navigation, the catamaran will arrive at Puerto Anchorena. Once off the boat, you will begin your tour of the island. Among the possible activities, you can take the historical route, which is a 1-hour walk where you will have access to information related to the history of the island and its flora and fauna. The other option is you can trek to Piedras Blancas on a 5 mile (8km) route. You can also visit Toro Beach, where you can see cave paintings or the recreation area where you can take a break and even eat lunch. It should be noted that the island has a confectionery, where passengers have the opportunity to have lunch or a snack.

Bariloche: 1-Way or Round-Trip BRC Airport Transfer

2. Bariloche: 1-Way or Round-Trip BRC Airport Transfer

Start or end your time in Bariloche stress-free with a reliable transfer service between your city center accommodations and the airport. Enjoy a 1-way or round-trip transfer between the BRC-Teniente Luis Candelaria Airport and your hotel in the city center. Save yourself the hassle of lugging heavy bags and navigating the public transportation system using this door-to-door transfer service. Enjoy comfort and security, benefiting from the knowledge that all vehicles are regularly maintained to high standards.

Circuito Chico

3. Circuito Chico

A popular tour of Bariloche, this half-day circular route begins in the city and heads out to Lake Nahuel Huapi and Playa Bonita. From Playa Bonita you’ll be able to see Huemul Island. When you reach the foot of Cerro Campanario there’s a chairlift that takes people to the summit (1,050 meters). If you choose to take this optional ride to the top you’ll marvel at some of the most spectacular views of the region. The circuit continues on the San Pedro peninsula to the Llao Llao area. Admire St. Edward’s Chapel, an architectural jewel, and head to Puero Scarf on Lake Nahuel Huapi, where sailing excursions on the lake depart. To the south are stunning views of the Llao Llao Hotel, framed by the Chapel Hill and Cerro Lopez. When you arrive at Panorama Point you’ll admire the lovely views of the Llao Llao peninsula and surrounding lakes. Next you’ll cross the bridge over Lake Moreno that connects the lake with the Llao Llao peninsula and follow the route around Laguna El Treboll, before returing to the city of Bariloche.

Bariloche: Cerro Campanario Chairlift Ticket

4. Bariloche: Cerro Campanario Chairlift Ticket

Travel hassle-free by pre-booking your chairlift ticket to Cerro Campanario, the most famous hill in Bariloche. At 3,444 feet above sea level, Cerro allows you to appreciate one of the most beautiful views of the region. Look out over Nahuel Huapi and Perito Moreno lakes, El Trébol Lagoon, San Pedro and Liao Llao peninsulas, Victoria Island, the Otto, López, Goye, Catedral, the Capilla hills, and the wonderful Cor Dillerano, the surroundings of the city of San Carlos de Bariloche.  What makes Cerro Campanário unique is that it has several viewpoints and not just one, allowing you to admire the landscapes from different angles. Take your time ruminating on the magical views in a peaceful setting. At the top of the hill there is also a cafeteria, in case you want to warm up with a coffee or hot chocolate.

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What people are saying about San Carlos de Bariloche

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 28 reviews

Great tour, perfect timing to all the stops, Raul our guide was absolutely incredible and really made the whole day as informative as it was special. Plenty of food on the boat in between stops. Would definitely recommend to others looking for a day trip out on the water when visiting Bariloche.

Quick 4h ride , very good , beautiful landscapes , the cable car showed a stunning lake . Take cash , for the cable car .

Very nice experience! The driver was very polite and helpful. The van was new and in excellent conditions.

Excellent, pick up on time at the place indicated at the time of booking. The tour as described.

Great pick up! I didn’t need to wait and the van was comfortable