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Llanquihue Lake

Be amazed by the beauty and calm of Llanquihue Lake, ideal destination to stretch your legs on lengthy walks, breathe fresh air and rest by its calm waters.

If you like fishing, grab your gear and sail onto the Llanquihue Lake. Live the experience of being with your fishing rod among landscapes with a truly exuberant nature. If you are more restless and like sailing, go on a sailboat adventure to experience the characteristic wind of the area.

Don’t miss visiting Frutillar, Puerto Varas, Ensenada and Puerto Fonk, some of the must-sees of this part of Chile.

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Llanquihue Lake
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Prob. de precipitaciones: 2%Humedad: 35% Viento: a 10 km/h.
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Explore the charms Llanquihue Lake

  • Puerto Octay

    This quaint little town surrounded by volcanoes will surprise you with its heritage, architecture and its charming German backdrop.

    At Puerto Octay you can enjoy peaceful walks along the Llanquihue Lake among lush vegetation, do water sports and get to know the fascinating history of this area of Chile, visiting the El Colono de Octay Museum. And, if after all this you are hungry, don’t hesitate to try the delicious dishes that mix German and Chilean foods!

  • Lake Crossing

    A scenic tour divided between Chile and Argentina that is a unique experience. Only those who have lived it can appreciate its real magnitude.

    The impressive views of the Osorno and Calbuco Volcanoes will amaze you from the shore of the Llanquihue Lake. At the Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park, you will be able to sail over the waters of the Todos los Santos Lake to visit Peulla, a quaint little town close to the border with Argentina.

  • Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park

    A place traveled by Araucanians and Jesuit missionaries in the past, following the trans-Andean routes to cross the Chilean border, it became the first park in Chilean territory.
    Lake Todos los Santos, the Osorno Volcano and Mount Tronador are the natural wonders that rest in this park. Walking along its trails, you can clearly see the path that the lava follows until it reaches rivers, lakes and waterfalls.
    Discover this area’s treasure, the Petrohué waterfalls, which form a torrential and frothy waterfall.

  • Alerce Andino National Park

    A hideout of almost 40 thousand hectares, where nature surprises with its maximum expression. A huge massif and deep valleys completely covered by dense larch forests and other trees typical of the area await you in the Alerce Andino National Park. Do not miss the views of Lake Chapo and the valleys of the Chaicas and Lenca rivers!
    Hike the park’s trails and you may encounter a wide variety of animals. While deep in the forest, there are mountain lakes hidden in the rugged terrain waiting to be discovered.

Puerto Octay

This quaint little town surrounded by volcanoes will surprise you with its heritage, architecture and its charming German backdrop.

At Puerto Octay you can enjoy peaceful walks along the Llanquihue Lake among lush vegetation, do water sports and get to know the fascinating history of this area of Chile, visiting the El Colono de Octay Museum. And, if after all this you are hungry, don’t hesitate to try the delicious dishes that mix German and Chilean foods!

Nature
Lake Crossing

A scenic tour divided between Chile and Argentina that is a unique experience. Only those who have lived it can appreciate its real magnitude.

The impressive views of the Osorno and Calbuco Volcanoes will amaze you from the shore of the Llanquihue Lake. At the Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park, you will be able to sail over the waters of the Todos los Santos Lake to visit Peulla, a quaint little town close to the border with Argentina.

Nature
Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park

A place traveled by Araucanians and Jesuit missionaries in the past, following the trans-Andean routes to cross the Chilean border, it became the first park in Chilean territory.
Lake Todos los Santos, the Osorno Volcano and Mount Tronador are the natural wonders that rest in this park. Walking along its trails, you can clearly see the path that the lava follows until it reaches rivers, lakes and waterfalls.
Discover this area’s treasure, the Petrohué waterfalls, which form a torrential and frothy waterfall.

Adventure and sports
Alerce Andino National Park

A hideout of almost 40 thousand hectares, where nature surprises with its maximum expression. A huge massif and deep valleys completely covered by dense larch forests and other trees typical of the area await you in the Alerce Andino National Park. Do not miss the views of Lake Chapo and the valleys of the Chaicas and Lenca rivers!
Hike the park’s trails and you may encounter a wide variety of animals. While deep in the forest, there are mountain lakes hidden in the rugged terrain waiting to be discovered.

Adventure and sports