Isla Victoria is a beautiful little secluded island in the middle of Lake Nahuel Huapi, a hidden gem of sandy beaches and dense green forests so typical of this unbelievably scenic region. Sail across the crystalline lake waters to a unique hideout. The boat ride is a calm 40 minute navigation to this island of centennial cypress and coihue forests with native and exotic flora and fauna. Gentle hiking is the order of the day around beautiful trails on the island as your guide explains the history of the place. The walk is usually around 2 hours, perhaps looking out for deer or pheasant, followed by a well-deserved country style picnic and Argentine wine, another leisurely hike and then return by boat to Bariloche. Stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking or mountain biking can also be arranged on your visit for additional cost.