Every season, the best secrets about accommodation sites comes from campers. They live unique personal sensations.
The tour around Route 40, also known as the Seven-Lake Road, joins San Martín de los Andes and Villa La Angostura and includes the chance to sleep under the dew. There are organized as well as primitive camping sites at certain spots. Adventurers just need to check which of them are open before setting out.
An advantage of this custom is that several bus lines connecting both districts let visitors access the camping sites located on the road or very close to it. The typical habit is to buy a ticket to the final destination and stop at each of the camping sites in the area.
Once the perfect site is chosen, it is essential to study the soil over which the tent will be pitched so as to ensure comfort and a pleasant stay. It is necessary to make sure the prevailing winds do not hit the access to the tent, that the trees protect it from the rain and that the ground is preferably made of grass and not dirt.
Recommendations: Bus and campsite fees: check at the local tourist office and bus station.Fishing is not allowed without a permit. Anglers should be aware of the regulations in force.Check local features with the locals and give them notice before going hiking.Pack enough warm clothes, sandals to enter the lake, hiking shoes and comfortable trainers as well as a waterproof jacket. Temperatures are low, especially at night, even in the summertime.It is essential to have a groundsheet under the sleeping bag and a flysheet to protect the tent roof.
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