Arrayanes Forest & Victoria Island
Visiting Isla Victoria and witnessing the spectacle of the Bosque de Arrayanes is a magical experience in contact with nature, like if you were submerged into a fairytale. The enormous trees make you feel so tiny!
Half or Full Day
Bilingual Guide + Transportation + Navigation.
Visiting Isla Victoria and witnessing the spectacle of the Bosque de Arrayanes is a pleasure that’s been experienced by millions of visitors of the National Park, but this island awaits, with it’s a pristine state of conservation, all those coming visitors arriving at Puerto Anchorena looking forward to disembarking and look around.
After a one hour sail, departing from Pañuelo Port on the imposing Llao Llao peninsula, you arrive at the Quetrihue peninsula, location of the Arrayanes Forest, north-east of Nahuel Huapi Lake.
The Arrayan (called “quetrihue” in the Mapuche language) is a bush with an exquisite saffron color and white flowers. In this place, the only one in the world, the bush takes a tree-like appearance and creates a magical and rare forest.
You’ll sail again to Anchorena Port, on Victoria Island, where you’ll find lush vegetation that offers an incredible view. Following the trails of this beautiful and thousand-year-old island, you will experience a magical sensation, like if you were submerged into a fairytale. The enormous trees make you feel so tiny!
Specialized guides from the National Park will be by your side at all times and will provide accurate and necessary information for this tour to be even more rewarding.
Note: If you choose to take in the morning navigation, it is a Full Day excursion. But, if you choose the afternoon navigation, it is a Half-Day excursion (14:00 to 18:30).