Saturday, May 3, 2014


After getting picked up from your hotel, you will be transported to Pañuelo Port, located 25Km away from Bariloche's downton, right in front of the emblematic Hotal Llao Llao.
From this port, you will set off for a 30 minutes navigation through lake Nahuel Huapi, arriving to Anchorena Port as the first stop, located at the center of Victoria Island on its most narrow part.

There are many different options in what reffers to hiking trails at the island. You may wether choose between taking a guided walk or exploring around by yourselfs through delimited walking areas.
The main attractions at the Island are: the ex National Forest Nursery, permitting you to see more than 150 non native tree species from all over the world, old houses that where once inhabitated by some of the first pioneers in the island, intresting rock paintings and the viewing point al Bella Vista hill.
An interesting mixture of history and nature. 
Once you set off from the island, you will continue navigating north direction towards the Quetrihue Peninsula. This is the area where the Arrayanes forest will leave you open-mouthed by the beauty and strangeness of this unique type of tree in the world.

After and hour walk contemplating this stunning and unique forest, you will set of for an hour navigation back to Pañuelo Port. Here, the bus will be awaiting for you to take you back to your hotel.

One of many viewing point at Victoria Island.

Arrayan tree.

Pathway through Arrayanes forest.

Cau Cau navigation boat.

Forest at Victoria Island.

Outings: Daily

Time with transfer pick up: 10.45am to 07.00pm / 12.30 pm to 07.00 pm.

Important: You must pay at Pañuelo Port: $80 for Park fee and $23 for Port Tax.

What are you waiting for? Get in contact with me right away to hire this and many other tour options to enjoy your visit to Bariloche! E-mail me to or visit me at Bariloche Select Travel, located on Villegas St. 237 (downtown).
or Port Tax.

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