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The Mapuche Loom Festival is the ideal stage for the best riders in the region and other guests to show off their skills on the bareback of different kinds of colts.
Surrounded by incredible mountain scenery, the annual popular Mapuche festival demonstrates crafts and skills to everyone willing to share them.
With the portentous scenography of millenary araucarias, and conjugating ski with the best thermal therapies, you will find in this resort...
It is usually necessary to take secondary roads in order to see other life forms and make full contact with nature. The surroundings of Caviahue provide that chance.
The City of Caviahue is ideal to manage deep relaxation but also to enjoy the area to the utmost.
Minutes away from Caviahue, there lie the City of Copahue, its hot spring resort and its famous volcano. A place visited by all.
The surroundings of Caviahue feature lagoons and cascades of singular beauty. Spread out in the four directions, they are perfect destinations to visit and spend one day with the family...
One of the most eye-catching sites in Caviahue is Salto del Agrio. Located in the surroundings of this beautiful city, its majesty summons curious visitors from all round the world.
This circuit goes across mountainous areas to both sides of the Andes and provides access to Chilean towns of great natural beauty.
It is wonderful to see how the primitive peoples continue to live in brotherhood with nature, just like their ancestors did. Caviahue and its ambiance allow this privilege. Magical, indeed.
Dominating slopes through purely white landscapes, we drove on snowmobiles up to Copahue. In winter, the temperature of hot spring water lagoons contrasts with a 0-degree atmosphere.
Caviahue is not famous for being a trout environment. However, there are plenty of trout here. Anglers just need to come along with their dry flies and nymphs and enjoy its fantastic lagoons and creeks.
We could experience how to defeat the mountain slope on board a Caterpillar vehicle which took us to the highest point of the Copahue Volcano.