What to Do
Bariloche, Argentina

Explore the Lakes

Take A Day Trip to Puerto Blest, Lago Frias, & Cascada de los Cántaros

How to Do it: 

Trip Duration – 9/10 hours

The nature lover side of you will want to explore the lakes, forests, and waterfalls of the Nahuel Huapi National Park.

Start your trip by taking a boat across Lago Nahuel Huapi from Puerto Pañuelo to Puerto Blest. Once you arrive to Puerto Blest, go on a side excursion to Lago Frias. Grab a quick lunch before hiking the forest to Cascada de los Cantaros (Waterfall of Pitchers). Then take the boat back across the lake to Puerto Pañuelo.


Explore Ancient Caves

Cavernas del Viejo Volcan Parque Cerro Leones

Trip Duration – 4 hours 

Cavernas del Viejo Volcan (Caves of the Old Volcano) in Parque Cerro Leones, is a 20 minute drive from the Bariloche city center.

How to Do it: Arrive at Parque Cerro Leones and have a guide lead you on a hike up the ancient volcano and into various caves. Learn how the volcano and caves were formed. Put on a hard had and explore the caves even further during an optional part of the tour. Then head back down the volcano, and return to Bariloche.


Walk Around Bariloche

Centro Civico, the Catedral, and Chocolate

Do a city walking tour. The alpine-style of using rocks and wood was used by architects in order to give Bariloche a traditional European look, one which authorities hoped would attract tourists to this part of Argentina. They were quite successful; since the arrival of the railroad and the opening of the civic center, the Cathedral, the Llao Llao Hotel, and other infrastructures built in the 1930s and 40s, tourism has continued to increase.