Located in Valle Encantado at the confluence of the Trafal and Limay Rivers in the Province of Rio Negro in Argentina, Bardas Blancas is a 30 minute drive from San Carlos de Bariloche and a one hour from San Martin de los Andes. A true hunter’s and fisherman’s haven, the property is home to a wide array of wildlife.
Lodging: Fully equiped house with three bedrooms and three baths, living room, kitchen and huge fireplace.
There are 30 miles of gravel roads for SUVs or ATVs.
Hunting, flyfishing, horseback riding, condor sighting, visiting archeological sites with primitive cave drawings, incredible rock outcroppings and water skiing are popular activities at Bardas Blancas.
To the hunter and fisherman’s delight, red deer, pumas, wild boar, guanacos, hares, foxes, south american ostriches, eagles, quail, trout, cypress, radal, maiten, pepper trees and broom plants are all prevalent on the property.