The Neuquén Andean rivers offer an exciting experience that allows tourists to visit places inaccessible and admire unique landscapes transparent descending by meltwater.
Whitewater rivers have all degrees of difficulty for those who want to practice: from the novice to the most discerning and intrepid visitors. The river forms an unrivaled Aluminé for this activity.
Also performed at the Hua Hum between Valdivian rainforest that straddles the river banks.
The kayaking is an activity that can be practiced on lakes, rivers and dams across the province.
The Limay River is ideal for beginners and Ruca Choroy River, is one of the best Patagonia offers for this sport, especially for those who like strong emotions.
Pulmarí Rivers, Hua Hum, Quillen Litrán Traful and south of the province, have very good conditions for practicing kayaking.
Sunday, March 31, 2013
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