NAHUEL HUAPI National Park (Neuquén and Río Negro)
This region, representative of the north Andean Patagonia was the first natural area protected in Argentina in 1922. This park covers 705,000 acres in the south of Neuquén and the north of Río Negro, and is part of the city of Bariloche. Full of forests and lakes, this place outstands for its ecological value and the beauty of its landscapes. The varied climates and heights are favorable to the conservation of different types of Andean ecosystems, from steeps to high plateau. The National Park authorities prepared several paths for excursions.