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A Tour Around the Town
A quiet town grew on the banks of the beautiful river after which it was named. We strolled about its streets and here are its most characteristic sights.
The Aluminé Rapids
We enjoyed river rafting in the Aluminé, a fantastic river that crosses one of the most beautiful and less explored sceneries in the mountain range area in Neuquén.
An unavoidable stop at the Pehuenia circuit is Lake Ñorquinco. The primitive camping site resting on its shore invites visitors to stay and experience its charming quietness.
Trails in Lake Quillén
Quillén is beautiful, both visually and in its Mapuche meaning. Its motley woods and crystal clear water are extremely appealing.
Most rivers and lakes in the District of Aluminé enable anglers to catch trout specimens. They just need to know the corresponding rules and regulations and comply with them.
Towards Lake Ruca Choroi
A very quiet spot hides a small-size lake behind woods of monkey-puzzle trees and lengas while the high-pitched squawking of the parrots completes the scene.
Towards Laguna de los Giles and Lago Pulmarí
The small water bodies of the region hide a wide array of native birds and flora within an extremely quiet environment.
Towards Chile across Icalma Pass
Icalma International Pass joins neighboring towns that share a lifestyle and the same attractive scenes.
Sunset on the Hill
A tour on horseback across the fields that lie near the town in order to behold the wild sceneries of Aluminé from one of the best vantage points.
North Lake Corridor
A short distance separates Aluminé from Villa Pehuenia, both villages with different stories but the same proposal made up by native woods and crystal-clear waterways.
Mapuche New Year
The Argentinian-Chilean native communities have an ancient tradition: they celebrate the beginning of the new year on June 24.