Roaring Mount Tronador & The Black Glacier

The Garganta del Diablo, or 'Devil's Throat' waterfall on Mount Tronador in Nahuel Huapi National Park in Argentina's section ofPatagonia

Mount Tronador, only 90 kilometers from downtown Bariloche, is one of the most accessible and popular destinations in Patagonia. The ‘thundering mountain’ is the highest peak in Nahuel Huapi National …

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Patagonia: Andean Lakes Crossing Tour

Andean Lakes Crossing Tour. A picture of Lake Frias with Mount Tronador in the background

The landscape of Patagonia’s unparalleled beauty is the highlight of the ‘Cruce Andino’ Tour. Bordering Chile and Argentina, the Andes Mountains stretch 4,400 miles from southern Venezuela along the western …

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Las Grutas Travel Information

Getting to Las Grutas Las Grutas is 1072 km from Buenos Aires, which explains why it is principally a popular tourist destination for those who reside in Patagonia and relatively …

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Cervecería Blest: No Blest, No Glory

Cervecería Blest, Bariloche’s first microbrewery, is an obligatory stop while in Bariloche or on the Seven Lakes Route on your way out of town. The restaurant, located 11 kilometers out …

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