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Treasures of the Forest
The cascades formed by the Coa Có and Blanco Creeks hide in the peace of the forest a short distance from the village.
Mounts Negro and Monje
Ask for directions on how to reach the sports practice camp. Once there you will find the trail among cypress and coihue trees. After 1500 meters you will reach...
Lake Las Mellizas and Indian Paintings
For this excursion it is necessary to cross Lake Traful up to Península Grande. There is a steep trail that starts in a north west direction and among cypress and radal...
The Mysterious Submerged Forest
Just like in a fairy tale, we sailed across Lake Traful to a site where nature would amaze us with a forest that lies beneath the waters.
Very close to the traditional roads we find the wonderful Ñivinco Waterfalls, which confirm that every forest hides some mystery to be unveiled.
Overlooking the lake
From its high cliff, Traful vantage point offers a unique landscape view. A real gift from nature.
Adventure Tourism in Traful Village
Along Nº 65 National Route , by Confluencia Site, you will go through Traful- Lauquen Camping Site which has all the necessary facilities to camp by the lake...
A Horseback Ride to Coa-Có
A horseback ride to the Coa-Có cascade allowed us to visit this place and climb the mountain without much effort. This excursion gave us the illusion to feel like experienced horseback riders.
As a way to show the valuable techniques learned by experts, several local craftsmen opened their workshops for us to cover in depth both traditional and new techniques.
An Exceptional Artisan in Traful
Jorge Virasoro is an exquisite creator who chose a faraway nook in the village to settle down his workshop and devote his life to carving unique pieces in wood.