Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Lake District, but Were Afraid to Ask

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El Lago Espejo in the Lake District

I’m happy to report that today we rolled out a whole new destination guide, this time, to the Lake District in Patagonia.  It’s a great place to get all your questions about the Lake District answered (like, what to do while you’re there?).  It’s a great resource help you plan your trip.  If you want to know where to stay, how to get there, and where to eat, we have you covered.  Oh, and the beautiful picture is El Lago Espejo, in case you were wondering.


Darren Cronian on November 11, 07

Cesar, everytime I read your blog it makes me want to visit Argentina. Maybe in 2009. I’d like to visit Peru and Argentina, but wondered how far the two countries are?

César Gonzalez on November 14, 07

That makes me smile, it’s what we’re here for! Peru and Argentina are far enough apart that I would fly instead of taking a bus. Unless you want to leave a week for travel and take a cross-Andean adventure!

Darren Cronian on November 14, 07

When I go on travels, I prefer to take 2/3 weeks. If I was visiting Argentina for a week, where would you say I MUST visit?

Thanks for the advice.

AJ on November 19, 07

Anyone interested in the Lake District in Chile should do some research on Valdivia, Puerto Montt, and Puerto Varas. From what I’ve heard from fellow travelers, the entire Chilean Lake District is incredible. I’ve been living in Santiago, Chile awhile and the first chance I get to leave town, that’s where I’m heading.

eve on November 27, 07

Cesar – where’d you go? Looking forward to meeting up on this side of the equator!!

Mark Pierce on May 26, 09

I believe I should schedule a trip to the Lake District. There will be my girl friend and me. Feburary of 2010. Accomodations need not be high class. Two weeks would be as long as we could stay. I am 55 and she is 41. Like the lakes. Don’t want to take a whirl wind tour of the country. Want two weeks of relaxed observation probably at the same lodge, house, or whatever while we are there. Love the water.

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