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Puyehue National Park

Enjoy the therapeutical waters of its hot springs. Hike along its trails to explore every nook, such as its waterfall, Andean lagoon, crystal-clear rivers and the park´s rainforest with its exuberant green canopy.

In its three sections, you’ll find the ski resort at the foothill of the Casablanca Volcano, rapids and a lookout where you can see the fauna of the south of Chile. Also, you can check out the amazing Puyehue Volcano and enjoy a little lake resort with cabins, camping areas and picnic facilities.

Visit the Rupanco Lake, with its calm beaches, rainforest, deer inhabited islands, and waters that are ideal for fly fishing and water sports. Here, you’ll enjoy an unbeatable sight: the Puntiagudo and the Osorno Volcanoes under the soaring flight of the condor.

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