Categories: Activities - Extreme Adventures - Water Sports
$ 1250 USD
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Enjoy an amazing kayaking trip exploring Argentinian Patagonia
Appreciate the immensity of San Carlos de Bariloche's natural landscapes
Experience a perfect combination of hiking, swimming, kayaking, adrenaline, and tranquility
Delight in camping outside, immersed the pristine nature of Patagonia
Language: English, Spanish
Operates: Monday - Sunday (October - April)
Departs: 10:00 AM
Duration: 5 days
Tour Code: 12754
Our Expert Guides will take you on an incredible 5-day kayaking journey exploring the Limay and Alicura Rivers.
During these five days and four nights, you will appreciate the immensity of San Carlos de Bariloche's natural landscapes, as you participate in a perfect combination of games, hikes, swimming, and kayaking. You will also have the opportunity to get to know the few, but wonderful, local inhabitants of Patagonia.
We'll sail from the mouth of the Limay River until its joins Traful River, where we will find a huge lake formed by the Alicura Dam. The natural outlet of Lake Nahuel Huapi, "Tiger Island" in Araucaria language, is the Limay River, which joins the Neuquén River to form the Black River, and eventually empties into the Atlantic Ocean.
You will discover the Enchanted Valley and its strange rock formations, which make it such a unique location. Here, we'll enjoy camping outdoors under the moonlight and an incredible starry sky.
Join us for a once in a lifetime chance to explore Argentinian Patagonia!
Note: Difficulty: moderate. No previous experience required. A healthy physical condition is necessary, as well as knowing how to swim.
Per Adult: $ 1250 USD
What To Bring
Sleeping bag and insulation, water shoes, hat for the sun, hat for the cold, sunglasses, sunscreen, water bottle, camera (only in dry bag or box)|Gloves, two pairs of warm socks, long pants or shorts, t-shirts, sweatshirt or fleece, waterproof jacket, flashlight, towel and personal items, insect repellent
Expert Bilingual Guide, private transportation, kayaks, rowing equipment, meals, all camping equipment (except sleeping bags and insulation), insurance
Meeting point: Hotel pick up in Bariloche
Return Details: Tour returns to the vicinity of your hotel in Bariloche