Osorno Volcano and Petrohue Falls / Volcán Osorno y Saltos del Petrohue
Osorno Volcano and Petrohue Tour
from Puerto Montt and Puerto Varas
This tour is traditional, centered in Vicente Perez Rosales National Park Chile, one of the olders in south america, and one of the biggest in Chile. The national park is large between the Llanquihue lake, Todos los Santos Lake, with Petrohue river (intense esmerald color) and the famous Petrohue Falls.
Trip start from Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas, around the south edge of Llanquihue lake, with 2 viewpoints for see the volcanoes.
One of the most famous places in the south of Chile. Petrohue Falls had short paths between native forest. Highlight Petrohue falls, and “Los enamorados” path, with los enamorados waterfall, native forest and petrohue river.
PETROHUE: TODOS LOS SANTOS LAKE
With an intense esmerald color, is possible take a boat for navigate the lake. Highlights the Osorno and Puntiagudo Volcanoes, the Margarita island, and native forest with old Coihues. On summer is possible swimming here.
A small touristic village, here we had lunch. From here the trip climb the Osorno Volcano.
LAGUNA VERDE, GREEN LAGOON
A short path with forest. Is possible see gray foxes, and some birds like Chucao, Picaflor, Woodpiker and others.
The road climb first into the forest and sometimes is possible see the Petrohue river, the mountains range, the Llanquihue lake, Calbuco Volcano. We stop in viewpoints for take pictures. At the end of the road is the Teski Snow center. In winter is possible enjoy the snow, in summer is possible walk for see the red crater (45 minutes trail).
LA POZA LAGOON
In summer with longer days is possible take a navigation around Loreley Island, for see the Calbuco Volcano, and some bird specific species like Martin Pescador and Cocoi white-necked) Heron – Garza Cuca. The navigations cross and arrayan forest.
When the tourist staying Puerto Montt, is possible to stop to visit the city.
Políticas de pago
Anulación permitida: Sí
Hora permitida para liberar: 1 día
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