Los Alerces National Park, 3 days

A great way for novice kayakers to explore Chubut's Los Alerces National Park, camping wild on the river's edge each night. The trip starts and ends in Bariloche but you'll head south, to the Cholila and Rivadavia lakes and the Carrileufu river.

3 Days

Los Alerces National Park, 3 days - 3

Itinerary Map

Start from Bariloche and end at Bariloche

Landmarks visited on Los Alerces National Park, 3 days

Operator's Itinerary

Day 1 - Transfer to Lake Cholila

We meet at the arranged place for our 150 mile transfer to Lake Cholila. We will set camp there on the inlet of the Carrileufu river, deep in the Andes mountains, where we will enjoy our first night out.


Day 2 - The Carrileufu River

At dawn, after breakfast, we will get our kayaks ready for a day on the Carrileufu river. This is a small river with a large volume of water. There are no rapids but several places with easily navigable river trunks. We will be able to spot trout and a variety of bird life while travelling downstream. This will be a long day, as we aim to reach the mouth of the river on Lake Rivadavia to spend our second night out, camping. We will plan our third day on the water during dinner.


Day 3 - Lake Rivadavia

We will spend today on Lake Rivadavia, guarded by the high peaks, until we reach the south inlet, where we will finish our expedition and travel to the town of Bariloche.

Prices, Departures and Inclusions

Price from USD $630 per person.

This trip can run as a group trip, with prices starting from $0 per person for a complete group. If you are looking to join a group or you are a solo traveller we will help to form likeminded groups of travellers. Please let us know your travel plans.

The trip can also run on a private basis to fit around your plans. Departures may be tailored and can be set up on a date of your choice. Please note that there is a higher price for smaller groups. Please enquire for further details.

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