Chile travel

Villarrica National Park

63,000 hectares with extensive forests full of araucarias and native species create a woody area where several species of animals that you won’t find anywhere else live. They will turn your journey through the park into a unique experience.

The Villarrica Volcano is the area’s number one attraction and despite being infamous as being the most active volcano in South America, it is the heart of the park’s touristic activity. There’s a ski resort and volcanic caves right by its foothills, which you can visit and explore.

Also, you can extend your trip and live the unforgettable experience of camping right by this magical volcano in the middle of its exuberant nature.

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