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

Hiking and surreal volcano eruption!

A travel blog entry by hils80 on Mar 02, 2015

... so was slower. Tim Alex and Omar ahead and three of us lagging behind but I kept slipping so didn't wanna go too fast. We finally got back down about 5.55 and Alex and tim were waiting for us - Omar had gone ahead as he was so hungry from just having his 2 stale rolls! but still had 15 min walk which turned out to be hillier than we remembered. We ran for the first bit but then figured we'd missed bus but when got there around 6.10 Omar was still waiting and ...

Volcano in Pucon

A travel blog entry by hasselbaink on Jan 28, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... faster was quickly dismissed by our guide with "we don't recommend you go faster". Some sections were extremely quick so the ice pick was definitely needed, though the toboggan down was thoroughly enjoyable, especially considering the 20 minute slide down contrasted to the four hour ascent from the start of the glacier. We quickly marched down the gravel section to the carpark where the driver was waiting to drop us back with a celebratory beer and ...

Let's start in the middle - Chillian Lake District

A travel blog entry by pocomonoloco on Jan 09, 2015

5 comments, 5 photos

... harsh I think. The volcano last major eruption was in 1971, we could see the lava streams down the hill side and the solidified lava, which was pretty cool. The top of the volcano was a bit of a disappointment, no spitting lava, just very strong sulphur fumes that made it hard to breath. Still, it was worth it for the challenge (and to burn off a few beer calories!). The best part however was the way down. We didn't need to walk, ...

Termas Geometricas

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 24, 2014

21 photos

... way even after honking the horn.

We arrived at Termas Geometricas just before 12pm and managed to get our entry fee at the cheaper rate of CLP 20,000 (about $40) instead of CLP 24,000. Whilst this was quite an expensive price to pay, it was actually worth every penny. The resort stretches back 450m up a chasm and there are over 20 pools of varying temperatures. We were given towels and lockers and the entire resort is kept in immaculate ...

Trying to Go Home!

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Aug 04, 2014

7 photos

... showed up at 8:30 am to inform us that he had already made his rounds through town, having spoken with both the police and the bus driver. He was told by the police that the pass to Pucón would reopen at "around" noon. So the plan was for us to hang tight, stay warm and dry in the cabaña, and Juan Pablo would pick us up at 11 am, leaving us time to grab lunch prior to the bus taking off.

Well, our new found friend in Curarrehue, our knight in shining armor, our ...

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