Victoria Island and The Arrayanes Forest from Bariloche

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What You'll Do
  • Journey begins at Puerto Pañuelo, a lake harbor located 25 km outside town
  • Victoria Island's natural scenery spreads across 3,710 hectares
  • Visit the myrtle tree forests of Peninsula of Quetrihue
  • Arrayanes Forest said to have been the model for the forest in Bambi
Explore the natural wonder of the region by boat, chairlift and foot including Quetrihue Peninsula, home to the famous Arrayanes Forest whose natural beauty is said to have inspired the film Bambi
What to Expect
Your journey begins at Puerto Pañuelo, a lake harbor located 25 km outside town, opposite Hotel Llao Llao. Board a boat to sail 30 minutes across Lake Nahuel Huapi to Puerto Anchorena.

Then enjoy a comfortable chairlift ride to the top of Cerro Bella Vista where you’ll have panoramic views of Bahía Anchorena and the entire Llao Llao Hotel and Puerto Pañuelo area.

Leave from Puerto Anchorena on a guided nature walk, also possible to take on your own along marked trails. The most outstanding hikes are the former National Nursery Trail, the "Antonio Pargade" Interpretation Trail, Pto. Gross, Old Settlement, Cave Paintings, Playa del Toro, and the Balcony on Cerro Bella Vista, among others. You can’t go wrong when every corner of the island is host to it’s own variety of magnificent views, rich history and impressive natural surroundings, making the walks thoroughly enjoyable.

An interesting sector of the Arrayanes Forest hosts a beautiful wooden cottage built deep inside. A classic sight, this wooden house has been photographed countless times by visitors. This sector of the forest is said to have been visited by the famous American cartoonist and film maker Walt Disney who was inspired by the amazing landscape to create the film Bambi. You’re invited to enter the cottage for a tea and snack or to purchase handicrafts and souvenirs.

At the end of the trail you will find a Visitor Center where you can ask the national park rangers any questions you may have. Also nearby you’ll have the chance to take a short walk to beautiful Patagua Lagoon with its pebble beaches.
What's Included
  • Round-trip transfers from Bariloche hotels
  • Tour guide
What's Not Included
  • Food & Beverages
  • National Park Entrance Fee (USD $10)
  • Guide Gratuities

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