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Great trip to the Cerro Tronador national park. Its a 30mins drive to the park entrance from Bariloche and then there are a few stops along the way until you get to the black glacier at the base of Cerro Tornador. Time is provided for lunch (one hour) and a short trek to the Devils Throat (40mins) which is nice. Then a two hour drive back to Bariloche (slow going in the park as gravel track limits speed). Really good day out and some spectacular sights, great value with good driver and guide making the trip highly recommended.

Bariloche: Cerro Tronador Reviewed by Jeffrey, 02/21/2020

This was a great tour. We tried all kinds of traditional Patagonian food and drink as well as learned about the history of Bariloche. With so many shops and restaurants in the town, it was great to hear where the best places are from a local and an expert. This is a must-do while you are in Bariloche.

Bariloche: Regional Foods Walking Tour Reviewed by Anonymous, 03/15/2020

Travelling through the streets and restaurants/stores of San Carlos de Bariloche sampling everything from empanadas to chocolate covered raspberries during a thunderstorm on January 1, 2020 was most memorable!! I feel like I got to know more about this city through this food tour.

Bariloche: Regional Foods Walking Tour Reviewed by Gwendoline, 01/09/2020

It was a wonderful excursion. It was not clear to us that it was a "spanish only" tour. It was not clear on your website that it would take 7 hours but it was a good tour. The guide made special provisions for people who were english speaking even though she didn't have to do it.

My husband and I enjoyed interacting with the local guide and a couple from Germany. Despite a thunderstorm we proceeded with umbrellas in hand. We enjoyed the food and the company as well as the knowledge that was shared.

Bariloche: Regional Foods Walking Tour Reviewed by Gwendoline, 01/03/2020