No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of La Tetera
TripAdvisor Reviews La Tetera Pucon
Travel Blogs from Pucon
I got so fed up of Puerto Varas and its endless rain that i booked my ticket to Pucon, which is about 5 hrs away by bus. This isnīt the sort of thing i would normally do at home - be bored and decide to hop away for 3 days (i need to come back to Puerto Varas to cross the Andes from here into Argentina as it is one of the few places that there is a border crossing). But then why not?? I think it is so easy and comfortable and soporofic at home that one just gets caught up in ...
... thing. He fancied his chances to get some shots from within the crater, having taken videos of folks climbing all the way to the top, so let the camera soar above the crater. With one great gust of wind, the camera and his helicopter gadget wobbled and vanished into the depths of the crater. The bloke stupidly rushed to the crater's edge (to roars of protest from the guides - exactly what was he going to do?!) and then shrugged his shoulders. You fool!! At least it raised a smile ...
... were feeling half miffed, half worried. Thankfully, the caretaker of the cabaņas ended up piling us all in his pickup truck and giving us a ride down to town. As soon as we spotted the bus, we felt better knowing that it had not left without us.
The bus was parked in front of the municipal elementary school and as soon as we arrived, we were informed by a woman standing out front that the bus driver and many passengers were up in the school cafeteria as the town was ...
... spiders and slugs – how glamorous! When we said to Emma how gross they
were she said that we should wait and see what we get in Bolivia! Hopefully
will be a bit hardened to it by then as we don’t get there until March. Really
looking forward to Bolivia actually, its probably the poorest country we will
see – we get to go down the mines and go to La Paz which is supposed to be a
manic bustling city – bring it on!
... br> When we realised they did hiking tours to the top, and there was a chance of peering over the edge to see magma we were determined to try... We got all geared up one early morning, met our guide and a lovely Brazilian couple, Mirian and Fernando that were hiking with us and set off.
Alas the weather wasn't kind and half way up our guide warned us that it would be too cloudy and windy and therefore much took dangerous to go further. Tourists have died ...