Colors you have to see to believe 

Autumn is a dreamy time in Bariloche. It's a beautiful time to visit the city which is alight with its immense sunsets and the color festival of its woods: ochre and yellow mounts, lengas and poplars. There's a lot to do in fall, you can tour Circuito Chico or get to the base of Mount Catedral. Fall is lived intensely. Be in Bariloche for the first snow! 

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Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche

Easter Week in Bariloche

Bariloche has it all during the Easter break and the possibilities are endless. It’s the plan to suit all tastes and preferences. Taste the rich Patagonian flavors with Bariloche’s range of cuisine, chocolate and delicacies. Enjoy the peace and mystery of Bariloche’s thick woods. Relish in the majesty of our mountains and lakes while breathing the pure air. It’s got everything, don’t miss out!

Easter in Bariloche
Easter in Bariloche

National Festival of Chocolate

One of the activities you can't miss during Easter Week is the National Festival of Chocolate. Our chocolate experts are already working on the world's longest chocolate bar.

Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche

The Easter Egg tradition dates back to the 4th century. They are a symbol of life, fertility and renovation. A message of hope. The old Teutonic legend goes that during Easter, it was rabbits that hatched the eggs. That gave rise to the custom of the Easter Rabbit hiding the eggs, so that kids would not find them. This tradition is still maintained in many countries throughout the world.

Easter in Bariloche is a celebration of life. Come and discover it!

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Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche

Fall in Bariloche. Bariloche All Inclusive.

Patagonian Flavors

Patagonian Flavors

In Bariloche has the perfect combination of unique and exquisite Patagonian flavors, the talent of the best-known chefs and the most natural ingredients. You can choose from hundreds of restaurants to taste Bariloche's regional foods, discover our history and experience the sensations offered by our scenery.

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A Connection with Nature

Natural Connection

Scenery and colors you have to see to believe. A wide range of water, air and ground activities to choose from. Led by our guides, you will get to know incredible spaces. The ideal destination to make a connection with nature.

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Restless Spirits

Scenery with History

It's always a good idea to stop at one of the many museums in town, which are unique in the country. It is the ideal plan for the family. With tours on offer throughout the day, make your journey even richer by getting an insight into the local culture, history and the identity of Bariloche.

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Fall in Bariloche from above

Bariloche from Above

The purest of air, the most incredible colors and the most important lodge network in South America. Everything in the one place. Don't forget to pack a coat, sunglasses and a cap to protect you from the sun, and a bottle of water. The hiking register is mandatory and free of charge, and essential to guarantee a safe and unforgettable hike.

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Fall in Bariloche for adventure lovers

Bariloche for the Adventurer

Horseback riding with the family, in the steppe or across the woods. Riding up the mounts in a AWV. Mountain bike tours across the woods. And that is not all! There is also hiking, rafting, kayaking, canopy, paragliding, scuba-diving, yachting, stand up paddling, stand up rafting, zipline and many more options. Everything is possible in Bariloche!

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Nightlife

Night Life

You've taken the tours, climbed the mountains and visited museums. Check out the fun that awaits you once the sun goes down. 

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What you need to know about the fall

  • FALL SEASON

  • March 21 to June 20. Days range between cool and warm, with colder nights. Temperatures vary between 4 and 13ºC (40 to 55ºF) with frequent rain showers.

  • CLOTHING

  • It’s important to bring a good light raincoat and windbreaker.

  • HOW TO DRIVE ON GRAVEL ROADS

  • Drive slowly and maintain a safe distance from oncoming traffic to reduce the risks of damaging your vehicle with loose rock and pebbles on the road.

  • ADJUST YOUR CLOCK

  • Sunrise and Sunset: 6:15 a.m. / 9:20 p.m.
    Time Zone: GMT-3

  • TIPS

  • Voltage is 220 V and sockets are TYPE I.
    International code: +54 / Area code: 294.
    Supermarkets do not offer plastic bags.

  • BANKS

  • Hours: Mondays through Fridays, 8.00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    The currency used is the Argentine Peso.