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Visit an active volcano and other natural highlights of Southern Chile. Begin on the southern shores of Lake Llanquihue and enter Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park. Marvel at the turquoise waters of the Petrohué Waterfalls and the tranquil beaches surrounding Lake Todos los Santos. Lunch in Ensenada at the foot of the Osorno Volcano. Travel up the volcano to a ski resort for striking views of the Petrohué River Valley.
Located in front of Llanquihue Lake and volcanoes, this charming town is representing the beauty resume of arquitecture and german heritage in the region. Tea houses, tradicional kuchen and sweets are envolving visitors to stay a long time.Puerto Varas is considered the tourist capital of southern Chile. The peaceful life of streets, visitors and locals enjoy the beautiful view and its surroundings. Influenced by the German colonization and the perfect fusion with Spaniards and Chileans, they transform it into one of the most attractive cities of our region.
Embark on an in-port excursion through Chilean history, with stops in Puerto Montt and the farming village of Llanquihue. This half-day guided tour takes you to the shores of Lake Llanquihue to experience local life before moving on to Frutillar, known for its distinct German-style architecture. Explore the German Colonial Museum and meander among the town’s gardens before returning to your port of call.
Located in the Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park, Petrohué River delights with its rapids that are born from the Todos los Santos Lake (visit also included in this tour). After a violent eruption of the Osorno Volcano, basaltic material gave rise to this attraction that runs through the evergreen forest.The Osorno Volcano is part of National Park and its height is 2650 meters. A complete panoramic view of Lake Llanquihue Lake and part of the Andes is possible in a sunny day. The vehicle reaches an altitude of 1,200 meters on asphalted road where there is a cafeteria and ski center. In addition, it is possible to reach 1400 meters by liftchairs.Puerto Varas is considered the tourist capital of southern Chile. The peaceful life of streets, visitors and locals enjoy the beautiful view and its surroundings. Influenced by the German colonization and the perfect fusion with Spaniards and Chileans, they transform it into one of the most attractive cities of our region.