Daily Car Hire Rates in Bariloche
7 seat minivan
*daily rates in Bariloche based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Bariloche Car Hire - Did You Know?
- The town’s full name is San Carlos de Bariloche.
- It’s completely encircled by the Nahuel Huapi National Park.
- The area is popular for skiing and hiking.
- It’s famous in South America for its excellent chocolate.
- The name Bariloche means ‘people from behind the mountain’.
Bariloche Mini Guide
Bariloche is a beautiful part of the Rio Negro province of Argentina, near Patagonia. By hiring a car in Bariloche not only do you have the freedom to experience some of the best skiing in South America but you can also visit the Nahuel Huapi National Park at the Andes mountains foothills.
All in all this is a wonderful place to experience the outdoor life including such pastimes as trekking, white water rafting and hiking. The air in San Carlos de Bariloche is beautiful and fresh and you will be able to get to some marvellous trails, slopes and paths with the aid of a reliable hire car. With chocolate shops and St Bernard dogs in evidence you could be forgiven for thinking that you were in Switzerland
. Neither should visitors to Bariloche miss El Bosque de Arrayanes which is a group of incredibly rare orange trees which grow on an island there.
There is also affordable car hire at Bariloche airport on offer and this could be a more convenient way of travelling for those who are flying into Bariloche as you can collect your vehicle directly at the airport. Of course many people use our hire cars to go to the capital Buenos Aires
but with a 22 hour drive you will be glad that we offer free and unlimited mileage.
Latest Update from Bariloche:
-Bariloche is gaining in importance for those who wish to come to Argentina to learn Spanish. Several excellent language schools offer intensive courses for tourists.
There have been reports of robberies of tourists on the walking trails that touch the city limits and for this reason you are recommended to walk as part of a group or with a guide if using these trails. The more rural trails are reportedly safe to use still.