1 Parque Nacional Conguillío
Hiking is spectacular in this Andean park, where fresh volcano fields mix with ancient araucaría forests.
Become a musher for a day with Chile’s only husky dog operator, or join a weeklong dog-sledding expedition across the Andes.
At the capital of adventure tourism in the Lake District, you can climb smoking Volcán Villarrica, raft the rapids of the Trancura or hike in the neabry nature reserves.
Find a surprising mix of European history at this lively coastal city, where a German brewery and old Spanish forts are surrounded by rivers and bays.
5 Lago Llanquihue
Spectacular waterfall, one of the region’s more challenging volcano climbs, whitewater rafting and some of the best food in the region, all within easy reach of one of the Lake District’s most beautiful bodies of water.
6 Estuario de Reloncaví
A top spot for hiking, kayaking or horse-trekking into the oldest forests of the Americas, including the Cochamó Valley, known as “Chile’s Yosemite”.