HIKING TO THE TOP OF VOLCANO VILLARRICA
Staring into the abyss of an active volcano and living to tell the tale
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 can´t miss activity that will make you fall in love with heritage sites. Then head to the Osorno arts and crafts center, the imposing cathedral and the Reina Luisa Fort.
The Puyehue National Park and its sophisticated hot springs invite you to unwind. From here you can explore its coihue forests, be amazed with the over one hundred bird species that live here and trek on the sides on the Puyehue Volcano. Its amazing rapids and glacial lagoons will charm you.
Roads full of native forests, mountains, lakes and majestic volcanoes reaffirm the meaning of the Mapuche word Antillanca: the jewel of the sun. The winds from the Pacific Ocean build up the snow on the slopes of the volcanoes in[...]
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[...]
Naturally crystal-clear, the Ranco Lake invites you to gaze upon it from each and every possible angle and perspective. Take the traditional tour around the lake and do all kinds of water sports. Follow the paths that surround the lake[...]
Discover the Pellaifa, Calafquén, Pullinque, Panguipulli, Pirihueico, Neltume and Riñihue lakes (Siete Lagos), set all together among the backdrop of the mountains. Visit the natural attractions that surround them like, volcanoes, eternally snow-capped mountains, rivers, rapids, native flora and fauna.[...]
Feel the wonderful sea breeze and look out at the enormity of the Pacific while sitting in front of the ocean in Puerto Montt. Discover its port identity, the salmon culture and its rich cuisine. Enjoy wonderful seafood at the[...]
"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[...]