La Torre Suiza

Francisco Bilbao 969, Villarrica, Lake District, Chile | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Francisco Bilbao 969, Villarrica.
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    Travel Blogs from Villarrica

    Pucon-the rafting

    A travel blog entry by hastie_gringo on Apr 27, 2013

    5 comments, 28 photos

    ... Most of us jump. Amanda is still relatively dry, has the advantage of not knowing how bloody cold the water is but the disadvantage of not having jumped into a river from height before. She climbs out on the ledge, hesitates, then with a bit of moral support hurls herself into the torrent. Emerges with a grin a mile wide.... Back in the boat and one more major rapid to go. We piso pretty damn quick and are through without incident. Through the ...

    Central Patagonia 2

    A travel blog entry by ianandwendy2013 on Mar 29, 2013

    17 photos

    ... a valley and then to climb and descend another mountainside before we would arrive at our next campsite. Our going was slow and it looked like we would not arrive before dark. The final straw was when the fog, which had cleared somewhat, decided to return and we could hardly see a few metres ahead. Decision time.










    We decided this was not ...

    Ten Hoopen shopping and the Villarica challenge

    A travel blog entry by chasingthesun on Feb 27, 2013

    9 photos

    ... loop around the crater as well, quite fast, because the smoke that comes out of the crater is toxic. We stayed around the top for a nice time, before starting our way down. Before we could go off, we had to change clothes, get special clothes on that would protect us while sliding down on the ice. We got an instruction on how to brake with your icehammer and how to position your body. Sliding down sounds like a lot of fun, but the first few downhill moments ...

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    A travel blog entry by sophiemead on Dec 28, 2012

    20 photos

    ... sports offices offering expeditions around the area. You can certainly throw yourself about here. You can throw yourself up the volcano and breathe in the eggy fumes, throw yourself down on skis or board and throw yourself all over the river in various ways; low rafting in baby rapids, high rafting for mentalists, waterfall expeditions, kayak, and something called turbo-raft which looks like bodyboarding with full-body padding and a ...