Maison Nomade Eco B&B

Camino a Caburgua KM 15, Pucon, Lake District, 4920000, Chile | B&B
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This B&B, located on Camino a Caburgua KM 15, Pucon, is near Termas Geométricas, Mount Villarica, Los Pozones, and Villarrica Volcano.
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    Travel Blogs from Pucon

    Pucon, Chile

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Apr 17, 2014

    18 photos

    ... away. As you drive towards town you get a great view of the volcano and it is amazing how much it looks like Mt Taranaki in the north island of New Zealand. The area also has a few thermal poos dotted around, a national park for hiking and many lakes. For those a little more adventurous there is white water rafting, kayaking and hydro speed (like bodyboarding on the river). Perhaps if it wasn't so cold now we would have considered some river activities. We spent our ...

    The House of the Spirits

    A travel blog entry by ortrun on Feb 23, 2014

    30 photos

    On the ferry, we changed our plans a bit. Instead of going back to Argentina to visit Bariloche, we decided to stay in Chile, heading north to Pucon, which is in the Chilean Lake District, right next to the Andes. It is something like the outdoor capital of Chile and is located between the volcano Villarica and the lake Villarica. If we had stayed in the town Villarica, I think I would have felt like John Malkovich in "Being John Malkovich", ...

    Tea & Honey

    A travel blog entry by jemappleby on Jan 03, 2014

    2 photos

    ... and sun lovely and hot.
    Off we walked to explore, before finding a lovely spot to take in the scenery and to swim in the cold lake.
    We had heard about a trek we could do that was less touristy than the National Park and that would reach out to over twenty odd lagoons and waterfalls. This sounded perfect. In the morning we had some money bits to do and buses to book before we headed out an hour from Pucon to go to El Cani. Its 2pm by the time we get there and the ...

    Active volcano? Yup, I'll climb that!

    A travel blog entry by lou_w on Dec 10, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... the surrounding area and other volcanoes. And the volcano! You could see smoke coming out, every now and then ash would poof up. When we walked along the crater, the smell of sulfur dioxide was overwhelming, and you could hear the volcano rumbling (like thunder). And then the fun part of luge-ing down on my butt. So about 1400m, down the side of the volcanoes ...

    Fire and Ice

    A travel blog entry by burkley on Nov 12, 2013

    16 photos

    ... to ice climb exists. It is an active volcano but currently has been quiet for volcanic activity.

    Arriving at the base of the mountain we were swarmed by the freezing air. The first hour was mostly on volcanic soil and it was tough going up the hill in soft volcanic soil and in shoes we weren't used to. Once we reached the top of the chairlift area which wasn't operating we were fitted out with our crampons and ice axe. The next series of climbs was all in a zig zig and it ...