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I had a great time in Bariloche. The mountains and lakes help you connect with nature, getting some fresh air is necessary. I went hiking for several days, visited Laguna negra, Cerro Lopez, lago Mascardi, and many more. I also had the best bear and made friendly local who took le everywhere. The best part was starying the night up on a mountain, I’ll never forget the stars. I felt very safe, I highly recommend it.Posted: December 6, 2023
I traveled alone to Patagonia in December 2019/ January 2020. I hiked independently and I highly recommend it. There are so many other backpackers there, you're never alone. In Chile, I used Puerto Natales as my base because everything in the park was already booked. I took the first morning bus to Torres del Paine and hiked to the base, which is an iconic view. Then I took a bus to Argentina, to El Chalten (transferring in El Calafate). I hiked from the town to the base of Mount Fitzroy. The trail starts right there. Afterwards, I returned to El Calafate and completed Big Ice at the Perito Moreno Glacier. I also took a one-day horseback riding trip at a ranch. I loved everything I did and would enthusiastically recommend it. It's beautiful and everything is easy and safe.Posted: December 2, 2023
I traveled alone in Patagonia for 4 months and it was very easy as a solo female traveler. I always felt safe, in every hostel I stayed in there was a group of other solo female travelers. I always ended up on trips with a group from the hostel.Posted: September 23, 2023
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Hey, I'm Isabel and I'm interested in books, backpacking, culture, cycling, dancing, digital nomad, education, events & social, food & cuisine, history, hiking, health, languages, live music, running, sightseeing, sunbathing, swimming, solo travel and trekking
Vanessa Austin went to Machu Pichu and the Sacred Valley last year. This happily retired PhD, (adjunct), wants to see more of the world before time runs out! Omnivores reader, yogini and very poor bridge player would like to explore.