All the colors of the fall in Bariloche. 

Let yourself be tempted by the thousand warm colors that will embrace you as you enjoy the most amazing landscapes. Let yourself be tempted by roads of fallen leaves with the colors of chocolate and unforgettable sunsets. Visiting Bariloche in the fall is discovering and rediscovering the unique beauty of Patagonia. The amazing views along the Shorter Trail. The overwhelming presence of Cerro Catedral. The majesty of the Nahuel Huapi lake. Let all of these experiences become flavors! Roasted Patagonian lamb, smoked foods, craft beers, our legendary chocolates and a thousand other temptations. Fall is the best time to stroll down the city, enjoy a berry-flavored tea in one of our teahouses, or just read by the fire. Would you like to be here for the first snow of the season? We will be waiting for you! 

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Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche

LONG WEEKEND... 

AN EASTER LIKE NO OTHER 

From April 15 to 21 , you will enjoy an Easter Week packed with experiences, flavors, sensations, and places to visit and discover. You can go hiking, visit mountain shelters, ride horses, do adventure travel, taste all types of craft beers, take day trips to mountains and lakes, spend time with your family… Everything you need for an Easter you will never forget!  

Easter in Bariloche
Easter in Bariloche

AND ALL THAT CHOCOLATE 

The National Chocolate Festival takes place during Easter Week. Our Master Chocolatiers are already working on the world’s largest Chocolate Bar. You can also enjoy the Chocolate Promenade, shows, games, the Bunny Hunt, and the best chocolate Easter eggs. Are you ready? Because this Easter Week comes fully packed just for you.

Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche
Fall in Bariloche

AND IT WILL START WITH A BANG

Patagonian Flavors

Patagonian flavors…

Bariloche’s cuisine is the perfect combination of Patagonia's gourmet products and natural flavors blended by some of the world’s most talented chefs. Our regional dishes have a strong European influence. Curanto, lamb, smoked food, trout and berries are just some of the flavors that you have to try.

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A Connection with Nature

Intense nature…

Scenery and colors you have to see to believe. There’s a wide range of activities on land, water, and in the air to choose from. Led by our guides, you will discover incredible places. It’s the ideal destination to make to reconnect with nature.

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Restless Spirits

Scenery with History…

It's always a good idea to stop at one of the many museums in town. It’s a great family day out with tours to make your journey even richer by getting an insight into the local culture, history and identity of Bariloche.

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Fall in Bariloche from above

Bariloche from Above…

The purest of air, the most incredible colors and the largest mountain lodge network in South America. Everything in one place. Don't forget to pack a coat, sunglasses, sunscreen, a cap to protect you from the sun, and a bottle of water. The hiking register is mandatory and free of charge. It’s important to guarantee a safe hike and peace of mind.

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Fall in Bariloche for adventure lovers

Bariloche for the Adventurer…

Horseback riding with the family, across the plains or in the woods. Tour the mountain trails in 4x4 trucks or mountain bike through the woods. And that's not all! You can also go hiking, rafting, kayaking, canopy, paragliding, scuba-diving, yachting, stand up paddling, stand up rafting, zipline and much more. In Bariloche, your dreams can come true!

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Nightlife

Night Life

You've taken the tours, climbed the mountains and visited the museums. Check out the fun that awaits you once the sun goes down.

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How to get there

Winter in Bariloche
Winter in Bariloche
Winter in Bariloche
Winter in Bariloche
Winter in Bariloche
Winter in Bariloche
Winter in Bariloche

What you need to know about the fall

  • FALL SEASON

  • March 21 to June 20. Days range between cool and warm, with colder nights. Temperatures vary between 4 and 13ºC (40 to 55ºF) with frequent rain showers.

  • CLOTHING

  • It’s important to bring a good light raincoat and windbreaker.

  • HOW TO DRIVE ON GRAVEL ROADS

  • Drive slowly and maintain a safe distance from oncoming traffic to reduce the risks of damaging your vehicle with loose rock and pebbles on the road.

  • ADJUST YOUR CLOCK

  • Sunrise and Sunset: 6:15 a.m. / 9:20 p.m.
    Time Zone: GMT-3

  • TIPS

  • Voltage is 220 V and sockets are TYPE I.
    International code: +54 / Area code: 294.
    Supermarkets do not offer plastic bags.

  • BANKS

  • Hours: Mondays through Fridays, 8.00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    The currency used is the Argentine Peso.

  • PARKING

  • In the city center, parking is charged digitally.
    Remember to purchase credit at authorized points of sale.