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Argentina Bariloche

ACCESSIBLE BARILOCHE

In the north of the Argentine Patagonia, over the Andes mountain range and two hours flight from the city of Buenos Aires is Bariloche, one of the main tourist destinations of Patagonia.

The city is located on the shore of Lake Nahuel Huapi, and it is its mountain landscape, the lakes that exist in the region, the Alpine-style architecture, the snow and its forests that make Bariloche a highly recommended destination to visit.

Another high point of Bariloche is the regional cuisine, very characteristic of Patagonia where we will highlight the diversity of smoked products, trout, chocolates, fondue and the best craft beers of Argentina.

Bariloche is a perfect destination for lovers of nature, outdoor life, mountain sports, and of course, those who likes winter sports.

During winter season the city dresses in white to receive its tourists who want to be in contact with the snow. In addition to adapted skiing there are other activities to do and enjoy the snow and the city. The main ski center of Bariloche is the “Cerro Catedral” and is considered the most important in Latin America.

In the summer season, the temperatures during the day are warmer and allows to practice water sports in some of its lakes, to know the Andes forest or practice adapted sport  fishing.

Program

WINTER

Day 1

Arrival at the city of Bariloche. Upon arrival, our guide will be waiting for you with a sign in your name in the disembark area. During the transfer our guide will make an introduction of the city, climate, give recommendations and tips. Check in Accommodation.

Day 2

Breakfast. At the scheduled time we will leave to visit the Cerro Catedral and enjoy the day at the ski resort. Option to practice adapted ski and take lessons - see experiences section of the site-. Return to the hotel or cabana. Accommodation.

Day 3

Breakfast. In the morning we will go on a full day excursion where we will visit Victoria Island and the Arrayanes Forest.  On board a modern catamaran that has services for people with disabilities, and after sailing for 30 minutes in the Nahuel Huapi Lake we will have our first stop at Puerto Anchorena. After visiting the area, we will continue to our second stop at Peninsula Quetrihue where we will see the famous and unique Arrayanes Forest (myrtle wood), with some interpretation trails and in fully contact with the flora and fauna of the area. Return to the hotel or cabana. Accommodation.

Day 4

Breakfast. Day at leisure to stroll through the town of Bariloche, do some shopping or an optional tour like the small circuit or go to the Cerro Catedral to enjoy another day in the snow. Accommodation.

Day 5

Breakfast. At the scheduled time, transfer to the airport.

SUMMER

Day 1

Arrival at the city of Bariloche. Upon arrival, our guide will be waiting for you with a sign in your name in the disembark area. During the transfer our guide will make an introduction of the city, climate, give recommendations and tips. Check in Accommodation.

Day 2

Breakfast. At the scheduled time we will go on a half day tour to visit and learn about the beauty of the city of Bariloche. During the tour we will have beautiful views of Lake Nahuel Huapi, Cerro Campanario and the Llao Llao peninsula. Return to the hotel or cabana. Rest of the day at leisure. Accommodation.

Day 3

Breakfast. In the morning we will go on a full day excursion where we will visit Victoria Island and the Arrayanes Forest.  On board a modern catamaran that has services for people with disabilities, and after sailing for 30 minutes in the Nahuel Huapi Lake we will have our first stop at Puerto Anchorena. After visiting the area, we will continue to our second stop at Peninsula Quetrihue where we will see the famous and unique Arrayanes Forest (myrtle wood), with some interpretation trails and in fully contact with the flora and fauna of the area. Return to the hotel or cabana. Accommodation.

Day 4

Breakfast. Day at leisure to stroll through the town of Bariloche, do some shopping or an optional tour like the small circuit or go to the Cerro Catedral to enjoy another day in the snow. Accommodation.

Day 5

Breakfast. At the scheduled time, transfer to the airport.

FAQ

When is the best time to visit Bariloche?

Bariloche has 2 seasons well marked, the winter season that usually goes between the months of July, August and September recommended for those who like cold, snow and winter sports. The months of December, January and February is the best time for those who want to enjoy the lake, the forest and summer activities such as sport fishing, kayaking or rafting.

We also recommend visiting Bariloche during the months of March and April that although they are a bit cooler and there is no snow, it is the beginning of autumn in which the leaves of the trees create a color palette with a unique beauty. On the other hand, in the months of September and October, is the beginning of the Spring and all the plants begin to bloom giving the sensation of being in one of nature's paradises.

How  accessible is the city?

With accessible tours and interesting activities to do such as skiing and sport fishing, the city of Bariloche is adapting more and more to receive its tourists in the best way.

It is important to note that the city is in a mountain area which requires in some places an extra effort for manual wheelchair users.

How many days are recommended to visit Bariloche?

We recommend to visit at least 5 days in Bariloche. If your interest in visiting Bariloche is learning to ski, we recommend that you stay at least 7 days to make the learning process better.

Another question?

Email us at info@turismoacessivel.com and we will be happy to answer and help you plan your next trip to this wonderful destination.

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