Bariloche, on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi, is surrounded by green forests and snowy peaks. This is a haven for outdoor activity throughout the year, with cycling, fishing and trekking opportunities in the summer months, and then skiing in the winter.
The area around Bariloche has fantastic National Parks with beautiful crystal clear lakes, towering snow-capped peaks, thermal pools and forests. All of these have cycling and walking trails to explore, and decent roads from which to access them. 

Things to see and do around Bariloche

The main reason for staying in Bariloche is to explore the surrounding National Parks, on foot, by bicycle, or on skis. The craggy landscapes with hot springs and crater lakes are truly glorious, and we can advise itineraries to suit your interests. 

And, after all of these outdoor pursuits, you may wish to enjoy Bariloche's other great attraction; chocolate. Chocolate shops line the streets and there is no way of avoiding them!

Our thoughts on Bariloche

Bariloche is a great family getaway destination with lots to do during the day, options for great stress-free self-drive exploration and lots to see.

How to get to Bariloche

As with many destinations in Argentina, the most efficient and the easiest way to get here is by plane. The airport at Bariloche is called San Carlos de Bariloche, and it's just 2 hours from the capital city of Buenos Aires. We can arrange all flights, transfers and excursions, ensuring that you spend your time enjoying the best of this area, rather than worrying about the logistics.


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