Cabanas Portal

Address: Villarrica Km 4,5, Pucon, Lake District, Chile | Campground
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This campground, located on Villarrica Km 4,5, Pucon, is near Termas Geométricas, Mount Villarica, Los Pozones, and Villarrica Volcano.
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          Travel Blogs from Pucon

          India is next to France?

          A travel blog entry by hadleykmcc on Jun 21, 2014

          1 comment

          ... of which I learned right off that he "didn't speak English". So my Spanish has gotten a work out. We decided to spend the day together exploring the town, having a lovely lunch and great conversation. Albeit exhausting (because I had to think so much more than I typically like to do...yep...I admit it, who cares?) and the conversation somewhat confusing, but it was great. To meet someone in Pucon, Chile from Spain who just quit his job and is leaving for India ...

          Adrenaline Junkies...where are the brakes?

          A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Mar 08, 2014

          56 photos

          ... Lying on our stomachs, we were to kick wildly with our legs, "substance over style", I kept telling myself as I began to lag to the back of the group. In a similar vein to the volcano slides, as soon as you attacked that first rapid and were plunged involuntarily into the water any anxieties quickly fizzled away. The three of us, along with the group of chilean's who were with us, were whooping and wailing into each rapid. Screaming as the water took us for a ...

          Pucon, Chile

          A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey on Dec 05, 2013

          51 photos

          ... comedy gold. One was like watching an old lady try to ride a bike for the first time, leaning further and further to one side, before throwing the bike from under herself, in slow motion, and then rolling into a bush; arms and legs waving in the air, like an overturned turtle). By my fifth or sixth fall I was not enjoying myself at all and just wanted to get off this stupid mountain. My hands were all shaky and it as getting harder and harder to get back on the ...

          Fire and Ice

          A travel blog entry by burkley on Nov 12, 2013

          16 photos

          ... the risk. We tried the Chilean version of a Pisco Sour at happy hour prices. We both agreed the Peruvians have won the Pisco Sour battle. The restaurant also had a range of delicious cakes and we shared a slice of mud cake. It was so huge we could only get through half and we have no idea how anyone could eat a piece to themselves.

          After climbing in the morning and definitely refuelling ourselves in the afternoon and evening on delicious food and drink we slept very well in our ...

          Pucon and the Lake District

          A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Oct 11, 2013

          2 comments, 10 photos

          ... and it turns out they’re illegal groups from Argentina (we’re not far from the border). Claudio takes pics and contacts the national park teams, then we leave them to it (as we descend later we find a pair of gloves and a ski from this group!) We finish the final section up a different path to the rest (to keep us out of the wind as much as possible) meaning we summit behind all other groups – which is fine, as the weather is beautiful and the ...