During the winter holidays, Bariloche it was one of the most visited destinations and even reached a hotel occupancy rate of more than 95%. And, although there are only a few weeks left until spring begins, the city maintains a high level of reservations.
Therefore, given the high hotel occupancy in the regionthe mayor Gustavo Gennuso decided to extend the ski season in BarilocheAt least until September, as a large influx of tourists is expected during the season.
The president also stated that the climatic conditions in Barilochefavor winter activities such as skiing, so it will be a great opportunity to promote regional tourism.
“All of September is going to be, surely, a month for skiers because there is a lot of snow, so that is guaranteed. Sometimes, the seasons are extended by the snow and by the desire that people have to keep comingGennuso explained.
He also highlighted: “there are still many tourists and the truth is that they are enjoying a year with a lot of snow which, in winter, is what people come to enjoy in Bariloche“.
The mayor also highlighted: “in September, there are a lot of hotel and service reservations, especially on weekends, with which we are very happy, because that is going to bring us many tourists and (therefore, also ), worked”.
at the time, The president stressed that part of the success of the season is due to the opening of air routes between Brazil and Barilocheabout which he specified that “flights arrive completely full”.
What are the ski centers in Bariloche
The citywhich is one of the most visited in the country, every year, during the cold season, its mountains are covered with snow, which makes them the perfect setting for skiing.
In this sense, some of the most visited places are the Alta Patagonia Cathedral, where they have 7,000 ski equipment available to tourists. There is also Piedras Blancas, the place where ski activities began to develop throughout the country and Cerro Otto, a tourist complex where the mix between adventure and nature offers a unique experience to its visitors.