Hot spring resorts follow one another in the short distance ranging from Panguipulli to Carirriñe International Pass.
The District of Panguipulli features many attractions, among which its hot spring resorts stand out, both for the mineral components of their waters and for the quality of their service. This is the result of the high level of volcanic events that have taken place in this area and of the Liquiñe-Ofqui Fault, which runs parallel to the Andes Mountain Range. Underground ponds containing high temperature waters as well as inorganic substances which turn out to be extremely beneficial emerge inside the mountain fire belt.
We left the City of Panguipulli to go around the Chilean countryside, a space teeming with vegetation, water bodies and winding roads, some of them made of rubble. We got past Lake Pullinque and the road led us amid hillsides upholstered with Valdivian Rainforest scenes including agricultural farms with very green plantations.
We were impressed by the colorful main street of Coñaripe and its sandy shady beaches on Lake Calafquen. We continued travelling after having bought some delicious kuchen at a local bakery. The next attraction we visited was Los Añiques Slope, which goes across a thick forest gallery full of bends.
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Recommendations: The distance between Panguipulli and Liquiñe is 55 kilometers.
Contact: Termas Geométricas
Km. 16 Cno Coñaripe a Parque Nac. Villarrica (5210000) Panguipulli, X Región, Chile Cel: +56 74771708
A 11 Km de Liquiñe (5210000) Panguipulli, X Región, Chile Tel: +56 63-21973633
Liquiñe s/n (5210000) Panguipulli, X Región, Chile
Sector Los Cajones Km 14 Coñaripe (5210000) Panguipulli, X Región, Chile Tel: +56 2-21963720
Contact: Termas Coñaripe
Km. 16 - Cno a Liquiñe (5210000) Panguipulli, X Región, Chile Tel: +56 63-2411111 Cel: +56 90206896
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