Los Baqueanos is a campsite / farm / outdoor adventure place, about a 20-minute drive from Bariloche. I wanted to do some horseriding and bought their half-day excursion for ARS 450, which included transport there and back in a very old, rickety and noisy mini van, lots of waiting around, about 1h40 of horse plodding through the forest, more waiting and then a delicious lunch. I hadn't ridden for a long time so their choice of horse for me was good. Perhaps the outing was short and lacklustre because I was the only customer for the day, but I felt it was very expensive for what one got. The lunch is definitely worth the extra 100 pesos and very tasty, but the 'breakfast', well... a biscuit and two squares of cake isn't what I'd call breakfast. You can also opt to pay only 350 pesos and take your own lunch, and there are many beautiful places along the water's edge to eat. They sell drinks and beers and wine if you haven't included the meal option in your excursion.
The lady who welcomed me in the morning was nice enough, although she spoke no English and I only very little Spanish, which complicated matters. She asked my name but didn't offer hers. The guide who took me on the ride didn't bother to introduce himself either and sort of left me to my own devices after dismounting. It was all a bit unprofessional but perhaps that's their idea of charm. I can imagine the farm alive and buzzing in high season, but for me it almost felt like I was an inconvenience in their otherwise peaceful day. I still enjoyed being in the outdoors on horseback though, and of course this is just my experience. It's a nice day out but I think they need to adjust their prices downward for what they offer. You can also kayak here and as I understood it's also possible to book a multi-day horseback outing with them that goes all the way to the volcano.
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