Cabana Las Maras

Address: Puerto Manzano, Villa La Angostura, Province of Neuquen, Patagonia, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Puerto Manzano, Villa La Angostura, is near Cerro Bayo, Laguna Verde, and Malleo River.
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    Travel Blogs from Villa La Angostura

    Blog 11 -Torres Del Paine to Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by jayalanawilson on Apr 05, 2015

    71 photos

    ... enjoy many a chocolatey treats.

    The following day we headed just out of town on the ‘Circuito Chico’ one of the area’s most popular and scenic drives. Visiting the Hotel Llao Llao, arguably Argentina’s most famous hotel, here we admired the panoramic views of the lake. From Llao Llao we drove through forests and part of the national park stopping at several lakes and bays on route to Colonia Suiza. Colonia Suiza named for its early Swiss heritage however ...

    San Martin to Barriochle (The Seven Lakes Route)

    A travel blog entry by jonreilly85 on Jan 13, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... them as we were making such good progress riding as a pack. A couple of hours later we found the most stunning place to camp, a clearing in the trees of white sand, next to a crystal clear stream, beneath a towering outcrop, immense. Due to the extra unplanned mileage I had nearly run out of food, but the Chileans had plenty to go ...

    Bike ride around Bariloche

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Dec 05, 2014

    10 photos

    ... and then around to Punto Panoramico.   It was a pretty difficult bike ride, with lots of hills.  None of it was flat, it was steep uphills and downhills the whole way, which is exhausting.  The ride was really beautiful though.  Snow capped mountains in the background, turquoise blue water and bright flowers in the foreground.  It really was stunning.  I was exhausted by I got to the end of it, but it was well worth ...

    Of Mice and Muchachos

    A travel blog entry by spoonball on Oct 29, 2014

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... as it has been.

    Patagonia’s history began with a 1930’s building boom. Then there was an influx of Germans after World War II. Turns out some of them were Nazis and there was quite a scandal as they were rounded up.

    After our social history lesson, we stopped in town for some shopping. There are many, MANY chocolate stores, due to the Swiss influence. We made purchases in one chocolate shop and at an artisan gallery.


    Through Hell and Back... to Bariloche

    A travel blog entry by jdtrip on Mar 28, 2014

    3 photos

    ... it was the longest, toughest drive Ive ever done (and hopefully ever will) but it was also quite fun controlling the car through the dust, dodging rocks, anticipating sharp bends, hills and the like with Denise at my side as my trusty co-pilot. Similar to how I no longer like the sound of a ranch, I no longer feel the need to fulfill my boyhood dream to take part in the World Rally Championship, LeMans 24, or Dakar Rally. As far as Im concerend, Ive done it. Ive done them ...