Region: Chilean Lake District

Chiloe Island

Chiloe Island lies off Chile’s Lake District and is separated from the mainland by the Chacao Channel. The main Island is 112 miles long but only 31 miles wide and consists mostly of farmland, temperate moss covered rainforest, rugged coastlines and picturesque fishing villages. The main centres of population are Ancud, Castro and Quellon It … Continued

Hotel Termas de Puyehue

Award winning hotel, great for families, with a substantial range of facilities and excursions available

Hotel Malalhue

A well run, small hotel built in the traditional architectural style for the region. A great option for Pucón and the north of the Chilean lake district

Hotel Parque Quilquico

Located across the Dalcahue Channel on the Rilan Peninsula, this 21 ensuite room hotel is set in a 10 hectare forest park.

The Lake District

Chile’s Lake District stretches over 200 miles from Temuco in the north to Puerto Montt in the south, and spills over the border into Argentina to the east. It is a region of 12 great lakes, snow-capped volcanoes, dense forests, and rich farmland. Up until the 1880s the landscape was dominated by thick forests of … Continued

Hotel Bellavista

On the shores of Lake Llanquihue overlooking the Osorno and Calbuco Volcanoes

Casa Kalfu

A cosy, informal hotel offering a relaxed familial atmosphere with friendly, helpful service

Alerce Andino National Park

The 39,225-hectare Alerce Andino National Park of lush temperate rainforest is located one hour southeast of Puerto Montt and stretches from the Reconclavi Estuary to the south and east and the Chapo River to the north. Alerce Andino National Park was established to protect the last stands of one of the oldest living conifer species … Continued