Canales del Sur
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We thought we had a short bus trip because if you go by car it is 3 hrs. We forgot about all the stops the bus had to make. So 6hrs later we were there.
Puerto Varas is a very nice town right on Lago Llanquihue.
We stayed in Canales del Sur, a bed and breakfast that is actually in somebodies home. We were greeted by Juan Antonio and …
... x more than a simple bus) across the Chilean/Argentinian border, on a complete whim. I'd seen a paragraph in the Rough Guide about crossing the border by a 12 HOUR bus-ferry-bus-ferry-bus-ferry-bus combination, passing through the glacial valleys of the oldest national park in Chile (Parque Nacional Vicente Perez Rosales), along the banks of Lago Llanquihue to Petrohue, crossing Lago Todos Los Santos shadowed by volcanoes Osorno (2,660m), Puntiagudo (2,190m) ...
... Tour Petrohue Falls (30 minutes) 10am - Depart bus and board boat to sail across Lago Todos Los Santos 12pm - Arrive in Peulla Optional 2 hour excurtions. Will still have time for lunch after. 3:30pm - Boat Departs and returns back towards Puerto Varas 5:30pm - Board bus 6pm- Tour Petrohue Falls (30 minutes) Again if you want so keep your ticket from before. 7:30 - Arrive in Puerto Varas I believe they also have pickups and drop offs in Puerto Montt as ...
... it is brisk and chilly and the five of us hunker down behind the lifeboat as the wind whips across the bay.
The idea is to visit the area where penguins hang out in the winter but unfortunately it is not quite the season and we are not going to see any penguins which is a shame because I love the little cheeky chappies! Never the less there is plenty to see.The Island is a little piece of English country side with rolling hills and small farm plots where chickens ...
... The region has strong German influences with beer houses and churches straight out of Bavaria. The history books suggest that the large influx of Germans in the late 1800s arose due to a real need for European people to settle in the area and develop the region. There was an additional wave of emigration in the mid 1900s with the more controversial explanation that these people were Nazis looking to escape punishment for their crimes. Even many Germans we ...