4 days & 3 nights


Unforgettable experience of 4 days and 3 nights in a luxury camp exploring the best landscapes of Patagonia and the Manso River Valley. Program designed to enjoy activities in nature, the tranquility of the forest, relaxation by the river, the comfort of a true glamping, and the best flavors of regional cuisine by Juliana López May.


  • Semi-private transfers from Bariloche airport and/or downtown
  • Bilingual guide (English/Spanish)
  • Stay of 4 days & 3 nights in our luxury Bell Tents
  • Guided activities: walk, rafting and horseback riding
  • Cooking classes and gastronomic proposals by Juliana López May
  • Gastronomy: breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner
  • Drinks during meals: wines, beers, soft drinks and juices
  • Use of Rio Manso Camp facilities



Meeting of the group at the Bariloche airport and/or downtown. Semi-private transfer to Rio Manso Camp, accompanied by our professional guide, in a scenic tour of approximately 2 hours along the emblematic route 40, passing through the Gutiérrez, Mascardi and Guillelmo Lakes and the Manso River Valley.

Upon arrival at the camp, the staff welcomes us in the Tent Lounge with a welcome drink. Then we will have a brief introductory talk, followed by free time to get comfortable in our tents and get to know the camp facilities.

Our first day at glamping culminates around the stokers, enjoying a glass of wine while we prepare to savor the regional dishes prepared by our chef and kitchen team, curated and curated by Juliana López May.


We wake up contemplating the tranquility of the countryside, listening to the singing of the birds and the gentle flow of the river. When we open our tent we marvel at the privileged landscape that surrounds us. An extensive buffet breakfast awaits us in the lounge tent, with infusions, baked goods, fruits, cereals, regional sweets, cold cuts, among other delicacies.

After breakfast, we will take a gentle walk through the forests of the Manso River Valley. Accompanied by our guide we walk a path with slight slopes, while we learn and recognize the species of native flora and local fauna.

Upon returning to the camp, Juliana will surprise us with a complete picnic on the banks of the Manso River, enjoying typical Patagonian flavors, surrounded by a unique natural environment.

We have the afternoon free to enjoy the facilities of Rio Manso Camp, on the beach by the river or in the hammocks in the shade of the forest.

In the evening, we meet again in the lounge tent, where we can discover countless stars and constellations through our telescope. To end the day, we enjoyed an exquisite menu by candlelight, intervened and curated by Juliana.


We start the day surrounded by nature and with the characteristic silence of country mornings.

After a nutritious breakfast we prepare to go rafting on the Manso River. We will take a transfer to the equipment point, where we will meet the rafting guides, who will provide us with clothing and safety equipment. Once on the river coast, we will receive a technical talk and we will embark on the rafts to enjoy an unforgettable adventure. During the tour we will be able to appreciate white sand beaches, waterfalls, exuberant vegetation, avoiding exciting rapids.

At the end of the activity, we return to the camp where they will be waiting for us with lunch, intervened and cured by Juliana. In the afternoon, we have free time to enjoy the Rio Manso Camp facilities.

At sunset, we will be able to enjoy a cooking class with Juliana, learning different techniques and preparing a complete menu with a Patagonian identity. We celebrated the last night with a toast of sparkling wines and chocolates.


We start our last day in the camp with a varied breakfast, and we get ready to experience a gentle horseback ride.

After a brief transfer, we arrive at the field of the John family, former settlers and pioneers of the region. There, our horseback riding guide will give us a technical and safety talk, and then go out to explore the countryside in a pleasant one-hour walk, discovering new corners and landscapes of the Manso River Valley.

At the end, we return to the camp, where Juliana will be waiting for us with a varied and delicious Brunch, accompanied by a wine tasting.

After enjoying four unforgettable days of nature, gastronomy and adventures, we said goodbye to the camp and the staff. We return in a transfer of approximately 2 hours to the airport of the city of Bariloche. End of services.


  • Rain jacket
  • Warm jacket
  • Warm fleece
  • Thermal shirt
  • Synthetic shirt (long sleeve and short sleeve)
    trekking shoes
  • Comfortable long pants for activities
  • Bermuda/Shorts
  • Sandals / Crocs
  • Warm cap
  • Sun hat / Sunglasses
  • Swimsuit
  • Sunscreen and insect repellent.
  • Headlamp & Spare Batteries
  • Personal hygiene kit
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Beach towel


  • Day 1: pick up time: airport 2:00 p.m. / downtown 3:00 p.m.
  • Day 3: Check out 3:00 p.m. airport 6:00 p.m. / downtown 7:00 p.m.
  • Day of admission to the Camp: Friday, December 08, 2023.
  • The distance between Bariloche (downtown) and the camp is 90 km (2 hours of travel approx.).
  • Rafting Manso Frontera (class III/IV), is suitable for people over 14 years of age (good physical condition and knowing how to swim are required)
  • We recommend reading our frequently asked questions


  • Vegetarian menu / without TACC / children (included, requires notice at the time of booking)
  • Private transfers with or without a guide
  • Guided activities: walks, horseback riding, yoga, cooking classes, fishing, mountain biking
  • Helicopter transfers
  • Private Camp/Special Events

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Can I attend to Rio Manso Camp with children?

Children are very welcome at Rio Manso Camp. The camp is designed to be enjoyed by families with children of all ages.

The activity “rafting to the Argentinean-Chilean border” is only suitable for children over 14 years old. In its place, families with children between 5 and 13 years old are offered the possibility of a less demanding rafting in the Villegas River.

How does the all-inclusive program work?

The “all inclusive” program offered by Rio Manso Camp includes breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack, dinner, with a schedule. During the course of the day, special moments of cafeteria/cocktail bar can be offered. During lunch and dinner, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are included.

Outside meal times, passengers can access a beverage & snack menu and purchase beverages and meals of their choice.

Can I get to Rio Manso Camp in my own vehicle?

Yes, it is possible to get to Rio Manso Camp in your own vehicle. The distance from the city of Bariloche is 90 kilometers, 30 of which are gravel roads, the approximate time is 2 hours.

Our staff can share with you the exact location of the camp so that you can arrive independently.

Can I attend to Rio Manso Camp without a previous reservation?

Rio Manso Camp can only be accessed with a previous reservation, as it is a private property with reduced capacity and tailor-made experiences.

Will I have vegetarian, gluten-free or children's menu options?

Rio Manso Camp’s kitchen team can offer vegetarian, gluten-free or children’s menu options, as long as the passenger informs us at the moment of confirming the reservation.

Will I have wifi or cell phone signal during my stay?

Rio Manso Camp does not have wifi.

The cell phone signal is intermittent, depending on the service provider.

Will I have access to 220 volts power?

The lounge and restaurant area has a 220 volt charging station, where passengers can charge cell phones, cameras, tablets, computers or access to power outlets.

How do the toilets and showers work?

Both the showers and toilets at Rio Manso Camp operate 24 hours a day, with hot water.

The showers and toilets are shared among guests. They are differentiated according to male and female gender.

What should I bring to Rio Manso Camp?

We recommend that you bring comfortable clothing that allows you to keep cool during the day and warm at night.

Rio Manso Camp provides per person linen, bathing clothes and amenities (soap, shampoo and conditioner).

Can I swim and bathe in the river?

Rio Manso Camp does not offer lifeguard service. Entering the river is responsibility of each passenger. In the surroundings of the camp there are areas of the river with small calm waters to refresh yourself.

Can I attend the camp with pets?

In order to preserve the native fauna of the Rio Manso environment, it is not possible to access the camp with pets or domestic animals.