Reservation Code: AR 046
An unforgettable trip around the region of the lakes in the Argentine Patagonia. Visit the first class tourist centres of Bariloche and San Martín de los Andes, unique for the perfect combination of stone and wood buildings with beautiful landscapes. Travel along the incredibly beautiful Seven Lakes Route . An incredible experience with breathtaking views. Extensions to the Chilean lake region across the Andes also available.
Day 01 / Bariloche
Reception at the airport and transfer to the selected hotel. Depart from the hotel for a half-day sightseeing tour of Bariloche and its outskirts. Drive along Bustillo Ave. bordering the Nahuel Huapi Lake towards Playa Bonita. Continue to Campanario Hill, where a chair lift will take you to the summit. Enjoy a complete overview of Nahuel Huapi Lake, the mountain peaks of the Andean Range and the city. Then drive towardsthe San Pedro and Llao Llao Peninsulas.
Visit San Eduardo Chapel and admire the view of the Llao Llao Hotel and Puerto Pañuelo, embarkation point of most lake excursions.
Day 02 / Bariloche – San Martín de los Andes
Breakfast. Departure to San Martín de los Andes through the Seven Lakes Road. This scenic route that borders the northern margin of Nahuel Huapi Lake will take us to Villa La Angostura, a little village surrounded by dense forests and towering mountains. The road has mountain stretches and goes through dense woods with huge coihues.
Proceed along the Seven Lakes Road passing by Correntoso, Falkner and Villarino Lakes, among others. Arrive at San Martín de los Andes, a lovely alpine village located by the Lacar Lake shore. Accommodation.
Day 03 / San Martín de los Andes
Breakfast. Departure to Quila Quina, located 18 km away, where you can still see the ancient houses belonging to the Mapuche Curruhuinca group (Indian tribe).
Day 04 / San Martín de los Andes – Bariloche
Breakfast. Early departure by motorcoach from San Martín de los Andes to Bariloche for your flight to Buenos Ares or spend more nights in Bariloche or lake crossing to Puerto Montt in Chile and visit the lake region in the Chilean Patagonia.