The Chilean Lake District offers spots that represent a paradise for anglers. They can be accessed on foot, by land or even by plane. Anything goes to find the great fish.
Puerto Varas is the pearl of the Lake District. Located on the shores of the Llanquihue, it has a special ingredient that makes it unique. Beautiful from all points of view.
An adventure tour that includes hiking, Tyrolese ropes, rock climbing, rappelling and canoeing is the goal of adventurers and extreme sport lovers of all ages and physical shape.
Puerto Varas seduces with many details and one of them is its wide array of gourmet offers, which merge Chilean and German recipes.
From the outside, it is one of the many ancient buildings in town. Once inside, the old days of colonial times revive along with a passionate painter: Pablo Fierro.
We went around Lake Llanquihue. An excellent proposal to understand the German colonization of the area, immersed in a scenery of singular beauty.
The Osorno Volcano is the perfect icon of the Lake District in Chile. With green slopes and snowcovered summits, visitors should get close in order to admire its grandeur.
When the stars look after the night in Puerto Varas, a walk along the brilliant waterfront, a special candlelight dinner and a gambling tour to its monumental casino to try their luck is something visitors will always remember.
A place where the waterfalls, the green vegetation and the geographical features plot to take hold of our senses. We visited the Petrohué River Falls.
Not only in the city can visitors find various attractions for all tastes, but also in the outskirts of Varas they may come across interesting options to visit and explore.
It is by looking at the architecture of this metropolis that we can meet its dwellers and learn about its history. Puerto Varas invites everyone to discover this city through its façades, its historical buildings and its traditional churches.
Located 91km from Puerto Varas, it frames one of the most beautiful and significant areas in Southern Chile. In its valley, part of its natural secrets can be discovered.
The incredible scenario of Cochamó gets deep into the mountain range. We rode along its paths: the same paths used by jesuits and colonists to cross the Andes.
The geography of the Chilean X region turns out to be paradisiacal as far as flying is concerned. Forests and lakes, estuaries and islands, and mainly the volcanoes are some of the attractions that may be observed during the flight.
Lake Llanquihue, mythical and impressive, is the third largest lake in Latin America. Navigating it in an old wooden boat is the ideal choice to see its shores, its small settlements and its salmon traps.
An unforgettable experience that took us along ancestral roads, teeming with history, sceneries and quietness. We crossed the Patagonian Lakes from Chile to Argentina.