A huge clay massif welcomed us after we crossed Lake Ramos Mexía. The marks of the wind and ancient secrets were unveiled before us.
In the Valley of Dinosaurs, at El Chocón, we went sailing across the lake towards the reddish cliffs whose inlets hide an ancient treasure.
We learned about the everyday life of a town which was created as the result of the construction of a hydroelectric power station and the discovery of 100-million-year-old dinosaur fossil sites.
The large volume of water in the Limay River is particularly attractive to trout anglers, especially in its middle section. The natural beauty provides anglers with a great place to enjoy a perfect fishing day.
The tourist attractions boasted by the Province of Neuquén throughout its territory are multiple and each region has a particular feature.
Outside the local dinosaur museum, there is a chance to identify the tracks ourselves. This is not a story of fantasy but the real thing, available at Villa El Chocón.
Large urban settlements are lighted by the power generated in power stations. Light, electrical appliances and devices are set in motion as a result of the operation of these plants.
Ernesto Bachmann Museum is the proof of how science and effort are joined in order to offer an excellent testimony of dinosaur findings in the Neuquén basin.