Los Lagos Region
(4 days / 3 nights)
Day 1: Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas – Angelmo
Reception at the airport in Puerto Montt, and transfer to the hotel. Afternoon city tour, starting with a visit to the Plaza de Armas and the Cathedral. Then, visit the top of Melipulli, one of the hills of Puerto Montt, which offers a panoramic view of the port, the Tenglo Island and the small Bay of Reloncavi. Afterwards, trip to the beaches of Pelluco and Chinquihue, seeing fishing industries and ships on the way, followed by the handicraft market of Angelmo. Transfer to the hotel in Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas. Overnight.
Day 2: Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas –Vicente Perez Rosales National Park – Peulla
Departure to an excursion to Peulla, driving along the edge of Lake Llanquihue, near Calbuco Volcano to enter to the Vicente Perez Rosales National Park, enjoying the majestic views of the Osorno Volcano, the Saltos del Petrohue (Petrohue Waterfalls) and Todos los Santos Lake. Sailing the beautiful emerald colored waters of this lake, gives the opportunity to appreciate the native forests, mountains, volcanoes and waterfalls. Arrival in Peulla, small Andean village located on the eastern shore of Lake Todos los Santos. Dinner and overnight.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 3: Peulla – Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas
Departure Andean Crossing® mode to Petrohue, sailing the beautiful Todos los Santos Lake, also known as Emerald Lake because of the green color of its waters. The sight of the imposing volcanoes such as the Tronador, Puntiagudo and Osorno is impressive. The journey continues by bus bordering the Llanquihue Lake until reaching Puerto Varas and then heading to Puerto Montt. Overnight.
Day 4: Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas – Departure
At agreed time transfer to the airport.
Frutillar (6 hrs)
We depart from the hotel in Puerto Varas, towards the beautiful town of Frutillar, located on the shores of Llanquihue Lake. In this city, it is possible to soak in Southern traditions, because it is full of the history of the German settlers who made their way among adversity, making flourish this area. These traditions are reflected in the architecture, some species of roses introduced in gardens and in the pastry and gastronomy which are some of the major attributes of Frutillar, in addition to the beautiful landscape. It is possible to visit the Colonial Museum. Return to the hotel in Puerto Varas.
Chiloe – Ancud – Castro – Dalcahue (6 hrs)
Departure from the hotel in Puerto Varas towards Chiloe Island, famous for their customs, myths and warmth of its people. From Pargua, we cross to Chiloe through Chacao Channel. We arrive at Dalcahue, where we visit their craft fair with handmade tapestries and handicrafts in wood. Then we go to Castro, famous for its scenic stilt houses, where we visit its craft fair, with wool, wood and stone handicrafts. Next stop is in Ancud, famous for its market. We visit the Regional Museum to learn more about the history of the island. Later, we visit San Antonio Fort, where the withdrawal of the Spaniards from the American soil was signed. The ascent to Cerro Huaihuén, allows us to enjoy a spectacular panoramic view. In the afternoon return to the hotel in Puerto Varas.