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Reserva Natural de Merlo, Merlo

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A nature reserve housing several bird species, Reserva Natural de Merlo is a popular stop en route to the well-known lookout points nearby. Take advantage of beautiful weather for a walk along the creek, and don't forget your swimsuit if you plan to take advantage of the reserve's swimming holes. Pick a relaxing spot on the creekside rocks and listen to the sound of the water rushing past, keeping your eyes peeled for birds. By using our Merlo family vacation planner, you can arrange your visit to Reserva Natural de Merlo and other attractions in Merlo.
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  • We spent the day there. Trace the arroyo passing a couple of pots, where not had so much people. The water spectacular, transparent (and cold) as in Bariloche. We had a great time.
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  • Nature reserve which has a very original show! A Mrs. former Ranger all day gives you eat an eagle (around 11.00 pm.) We were lucky that our visit down to find the food and is impressive with the speed that makes it. It also has a very nice stream, Zipline, climbing, etc.
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  • Clearly you should know that is a place with vegetation dense, but wild, own of area of sierra. There are walks with difficulty moderate to high, and to see them best landscapes you must walk by paths of stone several minutes. It has a stream to visit or take a few mates and even a small restaurant. The activity of feeding the Eagle is just something of color. You hear an ecological to take into account account and Eagle pass very fast only for a second, take the meat and is... It's over. Equally worth visiting it as very close walk, I recommend.
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