The Patagonia Park region is located between four communities: Perito Moreno, Los Antiguos, Lago Posadas and Bajo Caracoles. These picturesque towns are an attraction in their own right because they stand in areas of great beauty. They are connected by scenic roads through fantastic scenery.
Perito Moreno is known as the "Archaeological Capital of Santa Cruz". This picturesque town is host and steward of Cueva de las Manos, designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Carlos Gradin archaeological museum is definitely a place to visit in town to learn about the history of the area.
Los Antiguos is known for its excellent sweet cherries. Several fruit-growing farms welcome visitors who want to learn about crops and activities. Los Antiguos’ shoreline on Lake Buenos Aires makes it the ideal place to enjoy beauty, rest, and water sports.
The area of Lago Posadas features extreme natural and geological beauty. The town is located at the foot of the Andes Mountains. The Posadas, Ghío and Pueyrredón lakes, the Río Oro gorge and the incredible Cerro de los Indios with 3,700-year-old rock art and engravings are the setting for a special experience in this corner of northwestern Patagonia.
Bajo Caracoles is a stopover place to refuel or get basic supplies while travelling between Cueva de las Manos, Lago Posadas or heading towards Scenic Route 41. The old stone-built hotel reflects Patagonian-style architecture.