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The region of the Araucanía in Chile and Lanín National Park in Argentina are joined by a tour worth enjoying. Mamuil Malal international pass is the ideal scenery for an excursion into the neighboring country.
During the Winter, the snowy hillsides of the Villarrica become ski trails. Fine weather, on the other hand, offers the chance of an incredible deed climbing uphill...ACTIVITY SUSPENDED FOR THE MOMENT.
Mountain trekking enthusiasts will have the chance to cross various surfaces during this climb. The effort is totally worth.
We visited the volcanic caves of the Villarrica. An excursion to the very core of the Earth, where the geomorphology of past eruptions is appreciated.
An interesting zip-lining park, capable of taking visitors along different air trails, connecting them with the most intimate areas of the Valdivian forest.
We went in search of the Caburgua eyes, the natural pools that spring in a wild lake environment near the city.
There is nothing better than cycling around this picturesque city.
A modern and complete resort, located in a privileged thermal nook, invites relax and recreation in a unique natural environment.
Half an hour away from Pucón, a natural paradise invites visitors to enjoy hot spring waters immersed in a relaxed and pleasant environment.
Nature has been generous at one area of the Araucanía where the spontaneous emergence of hot spring waters invites everyone to enjoy their benefits.
A magnificent infrastructure specially designed to satisfy visitors using the hot spring waters nature has placed in this area of Andean Patagonia.
Have you ever skied on a volcano? It is an experience as spectacular and fascinating as you can imagine, but it is actually enjoying it what you will never forget!!
The Argentinian-Chilean native communities have an ancient tradition: they celebrate the beginning of the new year on June 24.
We jumped into an amazing free fall. A true gust of adrenaline took hold of us, while we beheld the Villarica Volcano fumaroles from the air of Pucón.
The scattered rocks seemed to have fallen from the sky on the intense greenness of the area. We approached the famous lava river on a quad. An unusual spot where adventure travel may be experienced.
A sublime landscape at scarce six kilometers from Pucón was waiting for us. We used mountain bikes and went on an intense hike in order to reach it. It was worth the effort. Astonished, we beheld the Claro waterfall.
The lower Trancura River is an excellent proposal for fly-fishing enthusiasts. Of rapid and pristine waters, it presents wide pools where this activity is practiced in total harmony with the environment.
For lovers of river sledging: we got immersed in its crystal-clear waters and crossed the intense rapids of the lower Trancura River, with our sole bodies.
We taste various expressions of the exquisite Chilean gastronomy. Here we present two gourmet proposals that will delight the most demanding palates.
The art of carving wooden flowers has been passed from generation to generation inside a family that has chosen to surf this colorful universe that remains through time.
The Trancura River is a real symbol of the summer in Chile. Its white rapids are a synonym for rafting both for beginners and for those who are familiar with this sport.
There is nothing better than a visit to a hot spring resort to reactivate the metabolism of our bodies and feel the well-being contributed by the therapeutic qualities of its waters.
Small in size but featuring intense tourist, sport and recreational activities, Pucón is a favorite neighbor for the Villarrica Volcano and the lake bearing the same name, both during the day and at night.
On a quiet corner of the city, stands an inn which offers not only coziness and comfort but also a lifestyle concentrated on taking care of the environment.
The display is on within a reduced space with pieces of great value that represent the vision the native peoples had of the world.
It is a surprising fact to walk along the streets of Pucón and come across signs that read caution instructions in the event the volcano may become dangerously active.
An old wooden bridge and a small rural village that shelters the Mapuche community are preserved near the city.
With the advent of summer and intense heat, what better place to be than the beach? People flock to Caburgua for its sun, temperate water and peaceful surroundings.
Cuisine and hot springs complete one another without competing within an environmentally-friendly space. The invitation consists in: eating well, healthy waters and rest.
This is one of the most affordable hot spring resorts in the area. It provides facilities specially authorized for visitors to have baths and enjoy recreational activities.