The island Los Alazanes is located 70 kilometers from the city of Choele Choel on Provincial Route No. 250 at km 221.
If traveling by car from Buenos Aires to Bahía Blanca for any of the routes linking the two cities. Once there, take National Route No. 22 passing through Choele Choel to Río Colorado and then take Provincial Route No. 250 to km 221. Do not worry, because there are good signs, but just do not forget to have a map in hand. On the way there are three kilometers of gravel road, but is in very good condition.
Choele can be reached on buses to the bus station that receives all lines of passengers transport from all over the country, or air being airports of Bahía Blanca (300 kilometers), General Roca (180 kilometers) and Neuquén (250 kilometers) the closest and then must take a bus.
On the island you can go fishing for mackerel and perch from the shore of the Negro River or from a boat. It even offers the possibility to hire fishing guides.
But undoubtedly the main attraction is the hunting of wild boars. This precious animal hunters in the area and other parts of the country come to the island to catch it. The boar was imported a century ago from Europe, introduced originally in La Pampa, spread by Río Negro, Neuquén, San Luis, Córdoba, Entre Ríos, Chubut and Buenos Aires.