Perito Moreno, also known as Lake Buenos Aires, is a city in the northwest of the province of Santa Cruz, Argentina. It is the head of the Lake Buenos Aires department. The Fénix Grande river flows through this town and empties into the Deseado river. Access roads are Provincial Route No. 43, and National Route RN 40. It is 620 km from the city of El Calafate. It is surrounded by livestock establishments and farms that produce fine fruits and vegetables.
Being an obligatory passage through the center of the city in order to take National Route 40 to Bariloche or El Calafate (within Los Glaciares National Park) and a distribution point for routes to the four cardinal points; Why not stop and visit the main tourist attractions that it offers us?
Los Antiguos, located on the coast of the transparent waters of Lake Buenos Aires, and sheltered by malls from the farms that produce fine fruits, is the place to combine rest and adventure: enjoy touring high mountain routes, kayaking and trekking to get to see the most vulnerable birds.
Renew yourself in relaxed walks among the chacras cereceras or a good day of fishing with friends.
Live the excitement of discovering the incredible cave paintings of the hands or the wonderful marble chapels.