From (AUD)$1,455
The most scenic way to travel from Argentina to Chile! Enjoy Bariloche, one of the most scenic cities in the world, and then sail across Lake Nahuel Huapi and Frias Lake. Travel over the Andes mountains and cross Todos Los Santos Lake, which offers some spectacular views of Osorno Volcano. See crystal green waters cascading over black volcanic rocks at Petrohue Falls, and end the adventure in the charming Chilean village of Puerto Varas.
Tips — Tipping payable locally

Itinerary Bariloche Lake Crossing



Inclusions Bariloche Lake Crossing



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  • Tour of Bariloche - highlights include a visit to Campanario Hill and the Llao Llao Peninsula
  • Cross Lake Nahuel Huapi & Todos Los Santos Lake
  • Cruise beautiful Felix Frias Lake
  • Sightseeing based on shared vehicles with bilingual guides


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  • All airport transfers in shared air-conditioned vehicles
  • Ferries for lake crossings
  • Transportation in air-conditioned vehicles


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  • 4 nights in 4 star hotels

Properties include:

  • Cacique Inacayal Lake Hotel & Spa, Bariloche
  • Hotel Natura Patagonia, Peulla
  • Hotel Cabaña del Lago, Puerto Varas

Hotels listed are an indication and are subject to change without notice.


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  • 4 breakfasts and 1 dinner

Tour Guides

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  • Locally based bilingual guides

Some things to note

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Please note: 

  • This itinerary can operate in both directions.
  • On day 1 you will be required to pay a local Bariloche Eco tax direct to your hotel. This must be paid in cash in pesos when checking in and is 120 pesos (approximately $2.00 US) per person per night.
  • On day 3 a port tax of 107 pesos per person (approximately $2.00pp US) must be paid when boarding the boat in Bariloche at Puerto Pañuelo.
  • Entrance fees to Petrohue Falls are not included.
  • Sightseeing is based on a shared basis for the lakes crossing.


The Small Print: 

  • Prices are per person based on twin share. Single Supplement on request. Seasonal surcharges apply. Alternate itineraries are also available. Please contact our office for details.  

Information Bariloche Lake Crossing


Let's Talk Fitness

 In the itinerary, this symbol indicates 2+ hours of walking, often across uneven ground and in areas of high altitude or heat and humidity.


At Bunnik Tours we don’t put specific age limits on our tours, but we also recognise some travellers may find our itineraries challenging.

We have a duty of care to all tour participants and the tour guides, so we do impose a firm policy on the level of fitness required by all our clients to attempt to ensure your safety and the safety of other travellers on our tours.

At Bunnik Tours our goal is for all our travellers to enjoy their tour, not struggle through it! Which is why we want to work with you to ensure you are on the best possible trip for your fitness level. We do reserve the right to refuse bookings if we feel that the requirements of the tour are too demanding.

Bunnik Tours are for independently minded travellers with good levels of mobility.

Our tours include:

  1. Generous amounts of free time
  2. Lots of walking
  3. Local and authentic experiences including various modes of transport and accommodation

In some regions travellers can also expect:

  1. Long days of travelling, at times on dirt and gravel roads in Africa
  2. Extended periods at high altitude (3,000-4,000 metres) in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Ethiopia
  3. Extended periods of walking/hiking through humid forest areas in Rwanda, Guatemala, Mexico and Costa Rica
  4. Limited medical facilities in remote areas

Bunnik Tours travellers are required to at least:

  1. Be able to walk 2-3 hours on uneven surfaces without the use of any walking aid, on any given day
  2. Walk up multiple flights of stairs and short, steep hills
  3. Stand for 20 minutes without needing to sit down, often in hot/humid climates
  4. Carry their own luggage
  5. Get on and off various modes of transport without assistance, including small boats

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