Explore the Seven Lakes region by foot, bike, kayak and horseback, and be astounded by the beauty of Argentina's national parks. Celebrate like a gaucho with authentic asado. Find yourself describing every epic view to the person next to you because they couldn't have seen what you did. No one could have. Patagonia is your discovery.
1-2 Emerald lakes, jagged Andean peaks and the spellbinding Seven Lakes region await Discover Argentina's spectacular Lake District scenery by foot and bike Hike on a private ranch and sit down for an authentic home-cooked lunch prepared in an adobe oven Saddle up for a horseback ride along exclusive trails with world-class views of Lake Lalog Explore pristine Lanín National Park and take in postcard-perfect vistas of Lácar Lake Visit the gallery of a world-renowned artist in San Martín de los Andes Scope out a local artisans' market for wood handicrafts, sauco jam and other delightful treasures.
3-4 Enjoy the many beautiful lakes, rivers and streams en route to the town of Villa La Angostura Walk to the stunning Cascada Nivinco, in a landscape highlighted by waterfalls and lake vistas Sip yerba maté and savor gourmet cuisine Move to the rhythm as you learn the tango and regional folkloric dances Kayak the amazing crystal-blue waters of Lago Espejo (Mirror Lake) At a private home, taste acclaimed local wines, feast on authentic Argentine asado and enjoy homemade treats.
5-7 Relax at the world-famous Llao Llao Hotel & Resort, a national treasure With bikes in tote, embark on a private boat excursion across the magnificent Lake Nahuel Huapi, ride or hike on pristine Victoria Island and dig into a gourmet picnic Soak up mountain vistas as you pedal along scenic roads with remarkable views of blue-green lakes, the spiked spires of Cerro Catedral and the glaciers of Cerro Tronador Learn how to make empanadas with a local chef Play a round of golf, go canoeing or fly fishing, try your hand at archery or pamper yourself with a massage at the spa—the choice is yours! Set out on foot to explore picturesque Lake Perito Moreno.