Chile’s history and awesome natural scenery offer a dazzling array of attractions to explore. A rich local culture and innumerable outdoor activities offer you an unforgettable time.
The Moon Valley
Natural Sanctuary since 1982, the Moon Valley is a wonderful place with colorful geology. Located in the Sierra Obate depression, 2550 meters above sea level, it has different visual attractions that turn it in an extraordinary place called "Moon Valley" because of its similar look to lunar soil.
A turquoise jewel sitting just beneath the iconic Paine Massif, Lake Pehoé will take any visitor’s breath away. The glacial water brought into the lake by the Paine river looks painted as it changes with the rising and setting sun from teals to purples to ambers.
San Cristobal Hill
Cerro San Cristóbal is located within the Metropolitan Park of Santiago (the largest urban park in Chile) and is worth a visit to access a panoramic view of the city and the Andes, 700 meters high.
The Huanchaca Ruins Museum
Located in the center of the Huanchaca Cultural Park, the musem has collections that cover different thematics, including the formation of the earth, how man related to minerals and how the latter looks at the universe discovering new constellations. It also has collections of rocks, minerals and marine fossils.
Caleta Portales Beach
It is the northernmost of the beaches of Valparaíso and also the most extensive, with its three hundred meters wide. It is located in the vicinity of the homonymous cove, and is well known for its numerous restaurants specializing in fish and seafood of excellent quality.
Chilean adventure and tradition, in the midst of an impressive nature, is part of what Puerto Varas has in store for you. Discover its magical corners and its extensive waterfront that invites you to walk and contemplate the volcanoes on the banks of the tranquil Llanquihue Lake!