We visited here as part of a cruise excursion so didn't know too much about this please. Earlier we did a boat ride on Lake Esmeralda and then a short walk to these spectacular falls. The sound of the rushing water is loud and even...More
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We stopped off here to see the waterfalls and pools and some good long distance views of the Osorno volcano. You can spend about an hour here - there's not a lot to see, but there are some interesting photo opportunities with 'upside down' trees...More
Corr, this is a great little place to visit. We visited just after the earthquake in Dec 2016, and the river runs very fast around here within this forest setting
The waterfalls, though not at their high point, were spectacular enough to cause me to write a poem. You need not spend a lot of time here, but you should stop and let the water metaphorically wash over you at Petrohue Waterfalls. It is the...More
We really enjoyed our vist here. Nature at its best. The color of the water is unbelievable. This is a popular destination so expect to see lots of people on the site.
Vicente Perez Rosales Park is situated an hours drive from Puerto Montt. There is spectacular scenery on the way to the park as the road travels along the shore of Lake Llanquihue, the largest body of fresh water in Chile. Puerto Varas is a picturesque...More
We travelled by boat and train from Argentina to Chile and part of the journey was through this national park. The scenery was quite stunning with the lakes, rivers and the volcanos. The Osorno volcano was quite stunning and reminds one of some of the...More
I only wish we would have spent more time in this amazing park. Fantastic hiking and it is such an experience hiking so close to the volcano. I highly recommend going up to the ski resort and taking the lift and hiking around that area...More