HIKING TO THE TOP OF VOLCANO VILLARRICA
Staring into the abyss of an active volcano and living to tell the tale
Panquipulli welcomes you with its amazing Swiss influenced church and makes you understand the meaning of love at first sight, the idyllic town that it is.
Enjoy the delicious flavors of its typical products like cheese, honey and jams. If you are a beach person, Choshuenco and Chueque will charm you with their fine sand and deep blue waters.
Take the opportunity to go kayaking, cable riding, rafting or trekking, where the vegetation and landscapes will make your jaw drop, or combine your journey with horseback riding and biking which will make you fall even more in love with the south of Chile.
Tired? Relax in the amazing hot springs and discover the Mapuche culture, visiting the Panguipulli and Riñihue Lakes.
With an amazing scenic view, Riñihue Lake invites you to feel nature and be amazed by the majesty of the volcanoes all around. Enjoy the peace and quiet sailing on the Pirihueico Lake, crossing a wonderful natural reserve of native forest.
This reserve is famous for its exuberant waterfalls of over 50 meters in height and its rainforest, home to a large variety of flora and fauna, unique around the world. Discover the more than 250 km of paths that surround[...]
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.[...]
"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[...]
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[...]
If you always dreamed about having your own rock band you must visit the bars and studios of this city. Birthplace of great musicians, you can hear a melody or admire a new artist at every corner. Walk through its[...]