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The Hiroki peninsula of Neuquén can only be visited with guides: know the days and times

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The Hiroki peninsula of Neuquén can only be visited with guides: know the days and times

After staying several months closed to the public due to the effect of river floodingthe municipality of Neuquén confirmed that work continues to reopen the Hiroki peninsula, which from now on It can only be visited with tour guides.

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This was reported by the capital’s Executive in the last few hours, with a statement in which it also mentioned that “the great requests for water from the Neuquén and Limay rivers» They affected the circuits that run through the areaa few meters from the emblematic confluence of both channels.

The secretary of Tourism and Human Promotion of the municipality, Diego Cayolreferred to the state of the peninsula and said that “as of this month, work could begin on the adaptation of the internal trails”, which is why “We are currently offering a guided tour from Monday to Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.«.

In this regard, the official commented that those who “show up spontaneously” to take the tour in Hiroki will be accompanied by a tour guide. This way, Access to the place will be restricted to that service, which will be free.

Hiroki Peninsula: what the tours will be like with the guides

Regarding the format of the visits, Cayol explained that they will be «approximately two hours«, during the morning and afternoon. They will be offered, she said, “so that all those who do not yet know can come and enjoy this wonder that is the protected natural area of ​​the peninsula.”

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You can also access the tour of the place with the guides who accompany the visitors who travel in the minibuses that leave from the Tourist Information center, located on Avenida Olascoaga and the railroad tracks.

To do this, Cayol explained that those who want to participate in Hiroki’s visit on the tourist bus must register at the Tourist Information Center at least half an hour in advance.

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