HIKING TO THE TOP OF VOLCANO VILLARRICA
Staring into the abyss of an active volcano and living to tell the tale
Its underlying German tradition invites you to taste a delicious kuchen or apple strudel by the shores of the Llanquihue Lake. Be taken away by the Chilean-German cultural mix in this city guarded by volcanoes!
Frutillar enjoys a well-deserved reputation among classical music lovers for its excellent year-round programme of events. The Teatro del Lago is a magnificent lakeside concert hall which plays host to top international orchestras and artists, and the annual Semanas Musicales de Frutillar is a fortnight-long midsummer classical music festival which attracts visitors from all over the world.
Lose yourself in Frutillar, in its black sand beach and crystal-clear water. Walk along its clean and tidy streets surrounded by gardens of roses and dahlias. Enjoy the view of its typical and extremely well-preserved wooden buildings.
If you love good food the aromatic Philippi Street, where all the restaurants, emporiums and tea rooms are, is a must.
A hideout with almost 40,000 hectares, here nature will surprise you showing its best side. A huge mountain and deep valleys completely covered by thick larch forests and other typical trees of the area await you at the Alerce Andino[...]
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[...]
A scenic tour divided between Chile and Argentina that is a unique experience. Only those who have lived it can appreciate its real magnitude. The impressive views of the Osorno and Calbuco Volcanoes will amaze you from the shore of[...]
This quaint little town surrounded by volcanoes will surprise you with its heritage, architecture and its charming German backdrop. At Puerto Octay you can enjoy peaceful walks along the Llanquihue Lake among lush vegetation, do water sports and get to[...]
"Mary mary wenul" is the traditional Mapuche greeting and the best way to walk into the final indigenous bastion of the country. Bring out the warrior in yourself and get to know the cosmovision of this indigenous people that live[...]
Warm and welcoming people await you in Osorno. Visit this ideal spot for a break and to relax and see some of the stunning landscapes of the south of Chile. Walk around downtown and see the typical wooden houses, a[...]