Lodged in Northwest Patagonia in Argentina is the city of San Martín de los Andes that lies on the banks of glacial lake Lácar. Modeled like a mountain village constructed with traditional materials such as stone, wood and shingle roofs, San Martin de los Andes has structure dating back to the early 20th century standing till date. The opening of the Lanín National Park in 1937 opened up the economy of the village to other sources of revenue that was not based on wood logging and husbandry. Tourism blossomed in the area with increased migration from Europe, Chile and even the Middle East. Some of these famous tourist attractions include the Route of the Seven Lakes, Cerro Chapelco, Playa Quila Quina, Cascada Chachin - Hua Hum, Peninsula de Yuco, Playa La Islita, Sendero al Mirador Bandurrias, Cascada Nivinco, Lácar lake, Lanín National Park, etc. Airport transfers can be booked for ease of movement to these attraction sites.
Imagine white mountain tops as a backdrop to blue, crystalline lakes and you get the scenic picture of the Road of the Seven Lakes explored during sightseeing tours in San Martin des los Andes. The valley of Villa Quila Quina and its golden location around the lake and the Cordillera has led legend as told during cultural and historical tours to refer to it as embedded in the navel of creation in the Mapuche Curruhinca Community. With many fascinating holds, the landscapes of San Martin des los Andes hazy mountain is best ridden through during walking and biking tours. Rafting in the Chimehuin River Rafting and kayaking are popular San Martin des los Andes water sports activities.
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