Complete Andean Crossing to Buenos Aires
8 Days / 7 Nights - per person in double room - Code CTP009
Complete Andean Crossing program from Puerto Varas to Bariloche, finishing in Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina. You will be able to see wonderful landscapes and lakes of Chile and Argentina.
About the Tour
Excursions and tours described in the itinerary.
Breakfast at hotels
Meals described in the itinerary.
Departures: Not specified
Tour duration 8 Days / 7 Nights
Weather:Rainy moderate weather. This weather features rain all year long; in the interior, the temperature oscillates between day and night.
Activities: Cultural, Special, Excursion, Sailing,
Attractions: Angelmo, Frutillar, Llanquihue Lake, Todos los Santos Lake, Peulla, Puerto Montt, Puerto Varas, Osorno Volcano, Llanquihue and Todos los Santos Lakes, Saltos del Petrohue,
Places you will know:
This is where the journey to Patagonia begins; known for its wonderful gastronomy and the varied ...Get to know the place
Located in the Llanquihue Lake shore, Frutillar is a fantastic place to visit with a natural and ...Get to know the place
With 877 squared kilometers of surface, the Llanquihue lake is one of the biggest hydrographical ...Get to know the place
Todos los Santos Lake
Esmeralda or Todos los Santos lake is located in the Vicente Perez Rosales National Park. It feat...Get to know the place
Peulla is located in the international road to Bariloche. It has a good tourist infrastructure, b...Get to know the place
Puerto Montt is the main urban center in the region, and its capital; it offers different high qu...Get to know the place
Surrounded by an incredible landscape, Puerto Varas is one of the most important cities in Southe...Get to know the place
With 2652 meters high, the volcano is located in the Vicente Perez National Park. The attraction ...Get to know the place
Llanquihue and Todos los Santos Lakes
The destination offers different tourist alternatives in the middle of an amazing scenery. Vegeta...Get to know the place
Saltos del Petrohue
The falls go from the Petrohue River to Todos los Santos lake. It´s surrounded by an exhube...Get to know the place