San Carlos de Bariloche Nature & Panorama
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Great trip to the Cerro Tronador national park. Its a 30mins drive to the park entrance from Bariloche and then there are a few stops along the way until you get to the black glacier at the base of Cerro Tornador. Time is provided for lunch (one hour) and a short trek to the Devils Throat (40mins) which is nice. Then a two hour drive back to Bariloche (slow going in the park as gravel track limits speed). Really good day out and some spectacular sights, great value with good driver and guide making the trip highly recommended.

Bariloche: Cerro Tronador Reviewed by Jeffrey, 02/21/2020

This was a very nice tour, quite complete with gorgeous lake and Mountain Views. Our guide, Joanna was pleasant and knowledgeable and available for questions or concerns. The scenery was outstanding! It’s a long trip but comfortable even though part of the road is unpaved. We would recommend this tour.

The views are amazing and our guide Martin was very kind! We were the only English speaking couple on the bus, but he made sure that he translated everything into English for us! Although we enjoyed the tour, I must say it’s a bit expensive for what it is.. It’s quite short and brief..

Bariloche: Circuito Chico with optional Cerro Catedral Reviewed by Anonymous, 01/21/2020

It was a wonderful excursion. It was not clear to us that it was a "spanish only" tour. It was not clear on your website that it would take 7 hours but it was a good tour. The guide made special provisions for people who were english speaking even though she didn't have to do it.

Good way to experience great scenery from the lake. Friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. English language commentary, especially on the boat, was a heavily shortened version of the Spanish one.