Day Trip to El Bolson and Pueblo Lake from Bariloche

Summary

Depart from Bariloche we'll cross through the famous pampas grasslands and pass by lakes and small villages. As we reach the town of El Bolson you will be transported back in time to a simpler way of life - most buildings here are stone with cypress shingles and many of the roads are made from gravel or dirt. We will stop at the famous market of handmade goods where you will find regionally handmade items and fresh fruits and vegetables. We will pass by the Cerro Piltriquitron to see natural and manmade wood carvings on trees by local and national artists. After our tour through El Bolson we will visit the national park Lake Pueblo where we will find exquisitely colored lakes and waters. The natural blues from the water mixed with the green and white reflections from forest canopy above creates a turquoise color only found in nature. We will enjoy a walk through the forest and experience true tranquility. As we walk along the lake we'll pass through the Forest of Shadows, a unique experience in its own! As we finish our mini-trek through the forest we will return to the vehicle for our trip back to Bariloche.

Tour info

Duration
9 hours
Group Size
Pricing
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Meeting Point
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Why take this tour?

Located on the southwestern border of the Province of Río Negro, the town of El Bolsón is bordered by the Andes mountain range to the west and rivers, lakes and creeks to the east. This picturesque corner of Patagonia is known for its regional fair of wool, wood, leather, metals dried flowers and fresh produce.

What’s included?

  • Spanish/English speaking guide

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

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Before you book

  • Duration: 9h

  • Mobile tickets accepted

  • Instant confirmation

Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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Tour the Curcuito Chico to get a taste of Bariloche's gorgeous natural attractions during this half-day excursion. In downtown Bariloche, see the houses of pioneers who settled the area, the Nautical Club and the Melipal neighborhood. Skirt Lake Nahuel Huapi on the journey to attractions like San Eduardo Chapel, Puerto Pañuelo and the Llao Llao Hotel. Stand in the shadow of the impressive Mt Campanario, looming 3,444 feet (1,050 meters) tall. In the short, 37-mile (60-km) journey, view the regions mountains, lakes and verdant forests. Round-trip transportation from Bariloche hotels is included.