Kila Leufu

Pucon, Lake District, Chile | Hostel

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Sand to snow

A travel blog entry by mylittletrip


... each other at every corner, park, bar, subway station and fountain. I did think they just can't get enough of it but I've been told that the very conservative past Chilean generations don't tolerate any hanky panky while watching home and away of winters evening. Apparently most don't even allow the partner into the house. Heading South to Pucon brought on something I haven't seen in a long time, winter. The town is ...

Four P's in a week

A travel blog entry by philandmups


... heating and fantastic burritos. It was from here we assessed all our options and agreed it was time to get out of Pucon and continue southward in as little time as possible, starting with the early morning bus to Puerto Montt, before a flight to Punta Arenas the following day. Simples! Puerto Montt is rubbish. Even the locals admit this. But it's the main transport hub to Patagonia and from where our flight to Punta Arenas departed. Except it nearly didn't. Apparently ...

Climbing the volcano finally

A travel blog entry by meggles


... when she asked me about what foods is eaten I started talking about all the shell fish I'd eaten except to her delight I used the word 'marinos' instead of 'mariscos' which instead means sailors.
After lunch and some discussion over how to plan my days in pucon we headed into town to book a hostel for the last 2 nights and to book me onto a trip to climb villarica the spectacular cone volcano overlooking the area. This was something I had been looking ...

Pucon and the volcano

A travel blog entry by hastie_gringo


... the whole guided tour group scenario was not for me citing having to wait for slow coaches, putting up with the inevitable morons....being guided! He countered my arguments was a small group, you could go at your own pace and the inca ruins were dead interesting when the guide gave you the history. THEN we joined the tour group....and came across quite possibly the most annoying woman to date. Loved the sound of her own voice, etc and once again I am thinking the inca trail could ...

Central Patagonia 2

A travel blog entry by ianandwendy2013


... We put away the Argentinian pesos and retrieved the Chilean ones buried deep in the pack. We were on the bus to Pucon, Chile.

Pucon is probably a Chilean equivalent of Bariloche. Anything 'adventure' based, you can organise here. Of course, our priority was trekking and there was a three day hike we wanted to do in Parque Nacional Huerquehue. Volcan Villaricca dominates Pucon ...


TravelPod Member ReviewsKila Leufu Pucon

Reviewed by michoriet

Three rivers

Reviewed Feb 10, 2011
by (23 reviews) Wijtschate, Belgium , Belgium Flag of Belgium

... is the English for Kila Leufu, a Mapuche family farm! 20 km from very crowded Pucon, you're in a amaing friendly place, in peace and ..Irma is a very good cook aswell! Very good for family's ...but if you like to escape the crowds of Pucon and enjoy the area : that 's the place to be!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Kila Leufu Pucon

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