San Carlos de Bariloche, or Bariloche just for friends, is well known by all as a winter destination, due to the Cerro Catedral ski season, but during the spring and summer it is possible to experience the whole National Park Area. Visitors in the warmer weather are better able to enjoy the beautiful scenery with mountains, forests, rivers and the famous Lake Nahuel Huapi.
For those who love adventure sports, this destination, inside the giant Nahuel Huapi National Park, is a full plate. There you can try birdwatching, fishing, biking, off-piste routes in quads, skydiving, paragliding, rapelling, zip lining, climbing, rafting in dozens of rivers, riding a horse through the Andes and much more!
With the arrival of spring, the negative temperatures give way to a milder climate. The nights are still cold, but during the day, thermometers vary between 10 ° C and 22 ° C. The good news is that you can still see the mountain peaks covered with snow, ensuring greater beauty of the landscape. Another advantage is that the days get longer and the sun begins to fall only around 9 pm.
Local stirring continues overnight. There are several choices of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. The trick is to taste the dishes made with lamb or trout, typical ingredients of the region, accompanied by a good Argentine wine. For dessert, nothing better than visiting a chocolate shop and experience the traditional alfajores and chocolate bars