The region of Patagonia, of which Bariloche is considered one of the primary gateways, attracts a rich variety of birdlife, including the magnificent condor. The diversity of habitats contributes to the multitude of species found here and the spectacular settings of Patagonia provide some unforgettable birding experiences...more.
Argentina is the 5th largest producer of wine in the world. Since less than 6% of this massive production is exported, chances are that you have never tried the wines we’ll be sampling. You will have the opportunity to meet the owners of the wineries, sample a huge variety of fine wines; it’s akin to visiting the Napa Valley in 1972! Other available diversions include horseback riding in the Andes, golf and wing shooting. This is the perfect addition to a Patagonia flyfishing trip. Three to six day tours are available...more.
Stephanie Sympson, along with her Gaucho partners, will lead you into many back-country areas of Patagonia. Discover for yourself the rich qualities of the countryside via horseback that otherwise you might not ever see. Or you may also choose to ride at our private estancia, La Elvira. You will have over 60,000 acres to ride through the steppe of Patagonia...more.
A smooth rafting excursion fit for everyone and is ideal for beginners in raft and paddle techniques. The Upper Rio Manso stems from Tronador glaciers and it's waters are cloudy, heavily loaded with mineral sediment. The trip starts about 7 km away from the Hotel Tronador, on the road to Cerro Tronador, where the river comes close to the road...more.
We want to give our client a special personalized attention. That is why we choose to work with small groups; it allows us to give the best of ourselves and the wonderful Patagonian surroundings. All the excursions include transportation, professional and bilingual mountain guides, all meals (breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinners during the trek) and tents/mountain lodging costs...more.
Looking fo a change after a few days of fly fishing? Let us point you to a memorable ride on the Patagonian Express. This fantastic means of transportation, known affectionately as “the trail” (El Trochita) has linked Ingeniero Jacobacci and Esquel since 1945...more.
When fly fishing is not an option, Helisking is. We invite you to discover breathtaking scenery of huge mountains, virgin forests, mystic lakes and vast glaciers. Adventurers from world over are attracted by this wilderness. You will enjoy untracked powder on some of the most remote helicopter-accessed terrain in the entire world; located in the vast area that lies between Bariloche and El Calafate...more.
Shopping in Bariloche will make the strongest husband nervous. Between chocolate factories, leather goods, Argentine Wines and Mapuche Indian goods, a professional shopper could spend a full day filling the extra baggage space, don't forget to leave room for all of your fly fishing gear on your trip back to the states...more.