Queulat National Park

One of the most iconic places to visit within the Carretera Austral, near Puyuhuapi, admired by thousands of visitors who arrive attracted by its evergreen and Andean Patagonian forests, waterfalls, fjords, steep walls, mighty rivers and its famous hanging glacier, which can be seen from Carretera Austral. Its most important attractions are the Ventisquero Colgante (hanging glacier), the Laguna Témpanos, the Bosque Encantado and the Laguna Los Pumas trail.

Volcanic Hot Springs

The southern area of ​​Chile is known for the large amount of volcanic hot springs, a product of the enormous magmatic activity that occurs in the Andes Mountains. In the vicinity of the Lodge you can visit two thermal centers:

  • Ventisquero Hot Springs, located near Puyuhuapi.
  • El Sauce Hot Springs, located near La Junta.

Puerto Puyuhuapi

Puyuhuapi is a picturesque town located at the northern end of the Puyuhuapi fjord, surrounded by hills of incredible beauty with abundant vegetation. In this quiet town, the first settlers traditions of German and Chiloe origin are still breathed. It's possible to take a walk along the seafront and taste the high quality gastronomic offer with a variety of restaurants and cafes with preparations of local products.

Raul Marín Balmaceda

Located at the mouth of the imposing Palena River is the island of Raul Marín Balmaceda, one of the oldest towns in the region. This beautiful town is surrounded by wonderful white sand beaches and abundant marine fauna. To get there, you need to cross the Palena River on a government-subsidized ferry.

* The road goes through La Junta, a larger town where there are more options for food and supplies.

Lago Verde

Beautiful rural town located near the border with Argentina, with strong country traditions where you can find the most seasoned gauchos in Patagonia. Being further east you can appreciate the connection of the evergreen forest with the Patagonian steppe, as well as beautiful mountains, rivers and lakes.

* The road goes through La Junta, a larger town where there are more options for food and supplies.

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