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Bariloche is one of the largest Andean cities. It has organized and rustic campings, both within the city and the surrounding villages.

camping barilocheCamping on the shores of lakes and rivers is one of the alternatives.

Campings allow us to travel cheaply and well being close to nature. This latter is especially important in a place like Bariloche, with abundant forests, lakes, streams and other natural beauties. All these places invite us to enjoy them up closely. The climate is harsh in winter, but spring and summer are special times to enjoy the mountains.

It may be necessary repellent, but the eyes do not tire of the scenery. You just have to dare to spend a few days near the green, fresh water and the endless landscape composed of beautiful postcards.

In Bariloche you can ask for which areas are camping in the tourism secretary located in the Civic Center. There are places that are not allowed to camp and make fire, in each case we found a signpost often, especially in National Parks area.

The Tourism Management of Bariloche recommends to the tourist who is going to camp that:

camping barilocheIn some campings the plots for tents are spaciuos and allow more than one tent.
  • Do not sleep on the grass, or indoors, or caves fuelwood.
  • Keep your tent closed. Use tent floor.
  • Keep food in closed containers.
  • Place trash in covered containers, away from the campsite and the access of animals.
  • Wear closed shoes.
  • Leave the campsite clean.
  • Do not walk in the woods and mountains, without prior advice.
  • Do not light fires in places not allowed.
  • Verify that the fire was extinguished before leaving.
  • Note the low temperature of the water mirrors the region.
  • Enjoy nature without harming it, thou is the heritage of all.

Taking these small steps only remains intensely enjoy the nature that surrounds this town of Rio Negro.

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