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Sailing on the Lakes

Visit the south of Chile sailing on its lakes. A freshwater journey that will allow you to see the abundant vegetation, beautiful scenic views and endemic species present in every one of these places.

Close to Puerto Varas, visit the mythical Llanquihue Lake, the third largest in Latin America. Get on an old wooden boat to see its shores, small settlements and salmon farms.

Are you in the mood for a fascinating trip? Then head to the Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park and visit the Todos Los Santos Lake, which will captivate you with its turquoise waters and the abundant nature of the area. Sail on a catamaran right in the middle of the Andes until reaching the eco-friendly town of Peulla, where you can go cable riding, horseback riding and fishing.

At the Torres del Paine National Park, sail on the waters of the Grey Lake and visit the mythical glacier of the same name. This trip, ideal to crown your stay at this Biosphere Reserve, will surprise you with one of a kind landscapes that include ice floes, exuberant vegetation and amazing mountains.



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