Tours | Jun 12 | 2020 | No Comment

Duration: 8 hours approx. Full Day.

Available: All year round.

The trip begins, connecting the Panamericana route until we arrive to the beautiful city of Frutillar, at the shore of the Llanquihue Lake and with the magnificent view of Osorno Volcano. Frutillar is an old town of german families, where the evidence of their culture is well conserved. Only 26 km from Frutillar and continuing the Colonos route (path of the settlers), we´ll visit a dream city called Puerto Octay. We will arrive to the “Volcanoes Viewpoint”. Over the next 80 km. we will pass through the Rupanco property where the agricultural and cattle activities offer us a vision of the richness and fertility of these lands. Bordering Puyehue lake shore, surrounded by Temperate Rain Forest, lakes, volcanoes, valleys, rivers and waterfalls will be aloud to us accede to the Cardenal Samore border, where we´ll procede with the migratory steps at the Custom O ce. This path integrates the Puyehue National Park in Chile and Nahuel Huapi National Park in Argentina and takes us to the highest point of the Andes Mountains range to 1321 mts. above sea level. The beauty of the lakes and the transition between the valdivian rain forest to the steppe, offer us a natural scenery where colours, flora and fauna changes. At noon, we´ll arrive at Villa La Angostura, located to the northwest of the lake Nahuel Huapi we´ll visit the nicest places of this charming city, walking through its streets, we will observe that inspite of the grown of the place continues conserving the aspect of a warm mountain village. We will have time to enjoy the lunch in a comfortable familiar atmosphere. Villa la Angostura offers us a lot of comfort and different places to know and enjoy. We will travel along the border of Nahuel Huapi Lake while we observe the beauty of surroundings of this beautiful touristic city called San Carlos de Bariloche, where we will be able to enjoy traditional or adventure excursions, lake tours that satisfy and guarantee fun to the tourist in every season of the year.

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