Kila Leufu

Address: Pucon, Lake District, Chile | Hostel
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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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Travel Blogs from Pucon

The Lakes District

A travel blog entry by zal1981 on Feb 19, 2015

44 photos

... but found no facilities there. I crossed the head of the lake and saw a host of fishermen chasing salmon which were heading to the lake at dusk. I wasted half an hour on a bad ripio side road hoping for a secluded bay. In the end I joined the fishermen on the beach and wheeled my bike a bit around a corner. I enjoyed a camp looking over the lake, with a range of volcanoes huddled on the other side. I was woken by a group of vultures fighting outside my tent. I am not sure what ...

Einer der aktivste Vulkane Chiles

A travel blog entry by diekleine on Jan 17, 2015

26 photos

... vor einem Straßenmusiker, der eine furchtbare Stimme hatte und suchte bei Sonnenuntergang nach dem perfekten Platz, um den Vulkan zu fotografieren. Wir wollten endlich mal wieder Fleisch essen und so kauften wir uns welches im Supermarkt und brieten es auf dem Campingkocher. Es hatte die Konsistenz einer Schuhsohle, aber es war trotzdem zu gut mal wieder Fleisch zu essen.

Der Aufstieg auf den Vulkan Villarrica startete am nächsten Tag um 7 Uhr ...

Climing Volcano - Vystu na sopku Villarrica

A travel blog entry by jarkaadegboye on Jan 14, 2015

46 photos

... and helps me carrying the bag, so I eventually make it, but there were a few moment where my only thoughts were of not going any further.

On the top we spend about 15 minutes, take a few shots. The gas the volcano produces is very strong and uncomfortable, but we only get it when the wind blows our way. Now we dress in the protective clothing provided by the travel company – extra trousers, jacket, **** protector (not sure what the official word is), big ...

Chile starts the 2015!

A travel blog entry by lizethperu on Dec 01, 2014

103 photos

... end to drink. Chilean can have Pisco too but not the lemons and the process we use. Totally different that sadly is called the same name in Peru. Although, most of the Chilean love Peruvian food and they recognize they like the Peruvian version of Pisco Sour too. Having saying all this, cheers with a Peruvian Pisco sour my friends!!

Back to Santiago. Last day in Chile. Wineries....


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Sep 15, 2014

... tiny town has 5 massive
supermarkets, including 2 called Eltit, some with more staff than customers,
but so nice to find a few imported products, including Waitrose stuff, though
no curry paste except Thai.

Earned a couple more microbrews, including a wonderful
Volcano Choc(olate) Bock – that’s pretty much exhausted this area’s offerings
so time to move on.


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