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A few kilometers away from the Chilean border, with a clear merge of criollo and native population, Junín de los Andes amazes everyone with its culture, history and wild nature.
Leave the city of Junín de los Andes following the National Route 234 that leads to the city of Neuquen, until, 4 kilometers afer, you come across Provincial Route 61 to your...
This international pass joins the Argentinian and Chilean lake districts and presents similar natural features to both sides of the border in a very amusing tour.
In the very heart of town, there is a corner with history which once housed a general store and today pays tribute to Mr. Moisés Roca Jalil.
A natural space on the hillside shelters a religious circuit with its own features which grants a new and valuable identity for the city.
We toured around the central area of the Lanín National Park and enjoyed the lakes, mountains and volcanoes landscape.
This is a modern and austere construction, with a conception of pure lines. Blessed Laura Vicuña is also worshipped here.
Ascent of one of the most attractive, mythical and challenging Andean massifs in Patagonia. An unforgettable experience to explore oneself.
Seemingly suspended above the river, the boats and their paddlers engage in a race with the current while avoiding small and large rocks.
The Argentinian-Chilean native communities have an ancient tradition: they celebrate the beginning of the new year on June 24.
Good fly fishermen know much more than the techniques to catch good specimens. They know the art of tying their own lures. Some of them far exceed what they have learned and choose to train other anglers.
The rivers in NeuquénProvince provide the most enjoyable salmon and trout fishing in the country, as attested by international acclaim.