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Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park

The place where the Araucano people and the Jesuit missionaries travelled through in years gone by, as they followed the Trans-Andean trails to cross the border to Chile, became Chile’s first national park.

The Todos los Santos Lake, the Osorno Volcano and the Monte Tronador Volcano, are natural wonders you can find here. As you walk along its trails you will clearly see the path of the lava flow that reaches the rivers, lakes and waterfalls.

Discover the best-kept treasure of this place, the Petrohué rapids that form a torrential and frothy waterfall through a volcanic rock canyon formed by the lava flow. Visit this true natural paradise and take part in water sports on the water flows that come cascading down from the Andes.

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