Northern Patagonia

Northern Patagonia strikes the visitor for the unmatched beauty of its landscapes. To the west lies the Cordillera de los Andes, with its snow capped mountains and volcanoes, lakes, forests and sparkling rivers. The mountain towns of Bariloche, Villa la Angostura and San Martín de los Andes, invite you to enjoy their charming accommodations and experience their variety of outdoor activities: hiking, fly fishing, golf, kayaking, hunting and mountain biking.

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Endless Activities around the 7 Lakes

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Bariloche, the gateway into the beautiful Seven Lakes district of Patagonia, offers a variety of diverse outdoor possibilities for each and every visitor, allowing them to enjoy its extensive landscapes and untouched nature. The lakes beckon, and the crystal-clear rivers and pine forests await you. Read More »

Ski in Bariloche

From july to september
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Since the seasons are reversed on this side of the southern hemisphere, you can come ski in Patagonia through July and August. With a very alpine landscape, Bariloche is the not only a great place to ski but also an active city offering a variety of alternative activities. Read More »

Golfing in Bariloche

Between lakes and montains
golf in Bariloche
With 3 internationally renowned 18-hole golf courses, the Patagonian lake district is a paradise for golfers and non-golfers travelling together. The courses are hidden within a perfect mountainside and lakes scenery, surrounded by snowy peaks and crystal water lakes, offering breathtaking panoramic views while you play. Read More »

Private sailing

A unique expedition on Nahuel Huapi Lake
private sailing in Bariloche
Imagine the soundtrack of the water as the only sound you hear, the completely transparent lake, a boat exclusively for you, and the view of the pristine mountains and forest… this can be just the beginning of your day out on the Nahuel Huapi Lake. Read More »

Whale & Penguin watching

Peninsula Valdes and the altantic coast