Located 56 km from Panguipulli and 3 km from the Huilo Huilo Reserve, is a charming town nestled in the pre-mountain range, famous for its crafts and furniture and a history strongly linked to forestry. Its main attractions are the pristine Fuy River, the Mocho Choshuenco Volcano and the Huilo Huilo Falls.
Located 65 km from Panguipulli, 22 km from the town of Choshuenco and 6 km from the Huilo Huilo Reserve, is a small village with a population of approximately 800 inhabitants, which is located on the shores of beautiful Lake Pirehueico.
From here it is possible to take a ferry across the lake to the Hua-Hum border crossing, gateway to the tourist city of San Martín de los Andes in Argentina. Puerto Fuy moves the visitor with an exuberant nature, beautiful landscapes, a few lodgings and restaurants and an extensive beach ideal for rest and nautical sports.
Located on the shores of Lake Calafquén, it is part of the commune of Panguipulli. It has beaches suitable for bathing and water sports. It has a nourished commerce, beautiful summer houses, tourist office in the square, restaurants and camping. The beach of Coñaripe stands out with its tree-lined promenade and an extension of approximately 3 kilometers. Towards the mountain range sector are the Coñaripe hot springs and further on, towards the international road, the natural hot springs of Liquiñe.
Located in the province of Neuquén, 41 km from San Martín de los Andes, in the Argentine Patagonia. It is the gateway to Lanín National Park, where you can find the volcano of the same name from whose top you have a wonderful panoramic view of the entire city. Other attractions are the Chimehuín River, Lake Huechulafquen, Lakes Curruhué, Laguna Verde and Paso Tromen. The city has excellent hotels and gastronomy and here you will be able to practice diverse nautical sports, fly fishing and enjoy nature and multiple outdoor activities.
This vibrant tourist resort is located on the northern shore of Lake Calafquen and has all the services necessary for tourists. It is also home to a triathlon and an international paragliding competition in January, and in February Licán Ray Week is celebrated, with a variety of activities including the Nocturnal Equestrian Competition and the Lake Night with a parade of boats, concert on the lake, crowning of the queen and fireworks.
It is also known as the “Commune of the Seven Lakes”, because in its territory are the lakes Calafquén, Pullinque, Pellaifa, Neltume, Riñihue, Pirehueico and Panguipulli. In the last years a planned work has been carried out for the development and strengthening of the tourism where the thermal route stands out, tourist corridor that begins in the spa of Coñaripe and finishes in the zone of Liquiñe where it is possible to find the greater concentration of thermal baths of Chile. It has all the services that tourists need and local entrepreneurs with whom they can do rafting, kayaking, horseback riding, trekking, observation of flora and fauna, photography and of course taste the typical foods.
It is located on the eastern coast of beautiful Lake Villarrica and is one of the most important and exclusive lake resorts in Chile, where it is possible to enjoy countless activities such as skiing, horseback riding, canoeing, rafting, kayaking, mountain biking, volcano ascents and volcanic caves, hot springs, excursions to National Parks, photography, hiking and visits to different craft fairs. Among its attractions are the Casino, Playa Grande, Santa Cruz Parish Church, Santa Clara Monastery and the Mapuche Museum.
There are many activities you can do in this city: skiing, horseback riding, canoeing, rafting, mountain biking, volcano ascents, volcanic caves, hot springs, excursions to National Parks, photography, hiking and visits to different craft fairs. Among its attractions you can find: Casino de Juegos, Playa Grande, Santa Cruz Parish Church, Santa Clara Monastery, Pucón Mapuche Museum, Puerto Fuy moves the visitor with an exuberant nature, beautiful landscapes and an extensive beach, ideal for rest and nautical sports. It offers to the visitor some lodgings, a restaurant and a wide beach.
Located 841 km from Santiago, at the confluence of the Calle-Calle and Cruces rivers, this beautiful city still preserves many of the traditions of the German colonists who settled in the 1850s. Among its typical products are marzipan, chocolates, artisan beers, liquors and ceramics. Some of the tourist attractions are the Schuster Pier, the Fluvial Market, the Historical and Anthropological Museum, the Austral University of Chile, the Costanera, the Cathedral and the Torreón los Canelos that dates back to 1781.
Located on the shores of the lake of the same name, has excellent tourist services and has a long and beautiful waterfront with beautiful views of the lake and the imposing Villarrica volcano. During the summer months there are numerous cultural, artistic and sports activities and events, and it is also the gateway to the Villarrica National Park.