The Nahuel Huapi is a glacial lake which explains why it has such crystal-clear blue waters. It covers a surface area of 557 sq. meters (1825 ft.) and is 700 meters (2300 ft.) above sea level. It stands out because of its depth and seven branches: Campanario, de la Tristeza, Blest, Machete, del Rincón, Última Esperanza, and Huemul.
Its intense blue color, its islands and the surrounding landscape make it one of the most attractive places in Patagonia. Different beaches are found across its shores, where you can perform a number of activities.
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