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Best natural attractions in San Carlos de Bariloche

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Natural attractions in San Carlos de Bariloche

National Park
Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi , San Carlos de Bariloche
4.8
The oldest national park in the country, Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi attracts visitors interested in outdoor adventures in a pristine natura
Tours from $40
Mountain
Cerro Otto , San Carlos de Bariloche
4.1
Relax and enjoy the panoramic view over a network of lakes at Cerro Otto, one of Argentina's most renowned scenic viewpoints. You can take a
Tours from $30
Volcano
Ventisquero Negro , San Carlos de Bariloche
4.7
With its peak climbing above all others in the region, Ventisquero Negro stands out as a highlight of the southern Andes. You can get to the
Tours from $62
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Duration: 8 hours
Be awed by the thunderous sound of calving glaciers at Cerro Tronador (Tronador Hill), the highest mountain in the Andean Lake District, located in the heart of Nahuel Huapi National Park. Soak up the breathtaking scenery on a day trip from Bariloche. You’ll pass gorgeous mountain streams and cross the Manso River before a short walk to the glaciers with your knowledgeable guide – a sight to remember!
Book on Viator from $80
Waterfall
Puerto Blest y Cascada de los Cantaro , San Carlos de Bariloche
4.7
Adventure your way around Puerto Blest y Cascada de los Cantaro, an attractive part of a national park set just back from a clear blue lake.
Tours from $75
Water Body
Rio Correntoso , Villa La Angostura
4.8
One of the world's shortest rivers, the tiny watercourse connects two lakes and only spans about 300 m (984 ft). You can see the amazingly co

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Where to stay in San Carlos de Bariloche

Despite an abundance of economical lodgings, most budget-friendly options in Bariloche get fully booked well before the start of peak season. Hotels charge the highest rates during popular ski months (July and August), when you're least likely to find a cozy room without a reservation. Mid-range hotels near the town center remain the best option for most tourists, offering car rental and tour arrangements along with the usual amenities like free Wi-Fi, cable TV, and laundry service.
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