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From Puerto Varas, Chile To Bariloche, Argentina: Full Day
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From Puerto Varas, Chile To Bariloche, Argentina: Full Day

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Explore the Andes on an all-day tour from Puerto Varas, Chile to Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina. Travel by bus and boat over mountains and across rivers and see waterfalls, glaciers, and volcanoes along the way. Leave the logistics, driving, and navigating to your guide as you take in the unique scenery and learn about the area’s natural wonders. This tour is ideal for visitors who are short on time, but still want to experience an Andes adventure.
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Ramos Magalí wrote a review May 2020
Monte Grande, Argentina2 contributions
My friends and I had the best time! Most of us never saw the snow before and we were lucky enough to play with it for at least three hours, snow ball fights, snow angels, everything! We did tubing races and rode a zip-line with a great snowy view.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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msullato wrote a review Aug 2018
Sao Paulo, SP38 contributions12 helpful votes
I couldn’t imagine a better place to learn skiing. The classes were designed for little groups and our instructor was really attentive. The place has 3 slopes, being the fist one practically not inclined (which is really good to learn the basics!) and the third was inclined and with curves so there you are able to learn by steps. On the other day we were already able to go to Cerro Catedral to use the basic slopes with some confidence.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Paulo Leal wrote a review Jul 2018
Campinas, SP22 contributions4 helpful votes
The place is a mess. We hated. The main problem is a big lack of organization and infrastructure. The Coffee place at the top of the mountain has a terrible attendance. And it's seems to me that if a bad accident happens, they probably don't have the structure to deal with. We had a small one and even the doctor was very careful, I don't think they could deal with a bad one.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Pablo D wrote a review Aug 2017
Miami, Florida42 contributions18 helpful votes
Went there with friends and kids, we had a blast! We spend the whole day there. Go equipped with gloves and a good ski pant and jacket you will get snow all over from the slides.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Rogerio Silva wrote a review Jul 2017
Belo Horizonte, MG506 contributions163 helpful votes
I went with my family, all adults. Not so funny. The boards were not in good condition. It was hard to slide in the snow. And the worst: for food, drink and safety equipment (that is not necessary, but they induce the visitors to take) you should pay by cash!. So I had to starve as I don't have enough "efectivo" with me. It is amazing as a place that receives lots of tourists doesn't accept cards.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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