Birdwatching – Valleys and Condorsfrom
We propose a singular immersion in the transition zone between the forest and the steppe that will allow us to observe a wide diversity of birds and reach impressive viewpoints.
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Fairly Easy
Group Size Medium Group
We will look for the passengers in their accommodation to transfer them to the Challhuaco Valley, approximately 40 minutes from San Carlos de Bariloche.
We will begin an interpretation walk through the transition forest to gain height, slowly and progressively. The forest and its environment are presented to us in a unique way. Our tour will travel through paths that will give us unique views of the transitional forest and the steppe, allowing us to discover its fauna and flora and, with the right conditions, the largest birds in the area will be observed, such as the Andean condor (Vultur gryphus) and other birds. minors. A mid-morning snack and picnic lunch will be provided.
If time permits, we can reach a third viewpoint in search of the precious Ranita del Challhuaco (Atelognathus nitoi), an endemism of the Nahuel Huapi National Park.
- Snack and hydration
- Picnic lunch
- Birdwatching guide and binoculars