Neuquén province is considered a true fly fishing paradise, and has become one of the most renowned places for this activity worldwide. Two basins stand out for the amount of Salmonidae they contain: in the south, Limay River basin, and in the north, Neuquén River basin.
This small and picturesque village was founded in the centre west area of the province of Neuquén, surrounded by a majestic mountain range. It is situated on the northern bank of Aluminé Lake, among pehuen covered mountains, prehistoric trees that give their name to the town. It lies 991 miles away from Buenos Aires, and 192 miles from Neuquén Capital City, in Aluminé department, within the tourist area called Patagonia of Lakes.