Nahuel Huapi National Park Expedition

Kayak the lakes and rivers of the Nahuel Huapi National park on a easy to medium trip. You'll reach spots inaccessible by foot and spend 3 nights camping by lakes and rivers.

4 Days

Nahuel Huapi National Park Expedition - 4

Itinerary Map

Start from Bariloche and end at Bariloche

Landmarks visited on Nahuel Huapi National Park Expedition

Operator's Itinerary

Day 1: We meet at the arranged place for the transfer to Lake Mascardi, where we become acquainted with our kayaks and the rest of the group while we pack. Lake Mascardi drains into the Pacific Ocean through the Manso River basin. It is also the direct recipient of the thaw of the Castaño Overo glacier, which forms Mount Tronador - 38255 feet high -. This mountain marks the natural border with Chile. Kayaking along its coasts, surrounded by rugged mountains and native forests, we reach the Tronador lake branch, where the view of Mount Tronador is absolutely breathtaking. Once in this lake branch, we kayak around Corazón Island, and head straight to the place where we set up our camp, on the shores of the La Volteada stream. Day 2: In the morning, we discover a wide variety of landscapes, with mountain peaks breaking the clouds that come from the Pacific, and water streaming down the hills in torrents that later turn into rivers and lakes. We head south towards our second camping site, "Los Rápidos", by some rapids where Lake Mascardi flows into the Manso River. Day 3: In the morning, we move our gear by car for approximately 10 miles along road 81 in order to avoid strong rapids in this river section. We climb once again onboard our kayaks, and tour Lake Hess, at 2300 feet above sea level. Along its coastline, we see exuberant native forests, while hearing the roaring glaciers shape up the landscape. Magic adventure awaits us, during which we can watch birds, trout, and different species of native flora along a river of quiet and crystal-clear waters. In the heart of a practically inaccessible spot for the ordinary traveler, we kayak the entire lake and head once again towards the Manso River, where we connect straight to our final lake and begin our last night out. Day 4: We wake up in a unique place, in the middle of the Andes. We kayak the entire Lake Roca, stop on its beaches, and enjoy the privilege of becoming acquainted with ancient larch trees protected by the Nahuel Huapi National Park, which are only present in this region, the exuberant Valdivian Forest. This marks the end of our 4-day expedition, and we return to the town of Bariloche at approximately 6 pm.

Prices, Departures and Inclusions

Price from USD $730 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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