Kari Mapu Park

Camino Pucon Caburgua km 10, Pucon, Lake District, sin, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Camino Pucon Caburgua km 10, Pucon, is near Termas Geométricas, Mount Villarica, Los Pozones, and Antilco Horse Trekking.
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    Travel Blogs from Pucon

    Pucon, Chile

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Apr 17, 2014

    18 photos

    ... trip as they got further and further behind. At one point we had to leave one of the guys to wait for the second part of our group, the ones that didn't take the chair lift. At about the 2000 metre mark, 840 metres from the top, we came to a halt along with most of the other groups while our guide assessed the slope above. He came back a few minutes later with bad news, because of the ice we wouldn't be able to summit, but neither would the other groups. We were of course a ...

    The House of the Spirits

    A travel blog entry by ortrun on Feb 23, 2014

    30 photos

    ... moments where you realize that compared to nature, the human being is even less than a tiny piece of ****. It was just massive.

    The fun part was getting down that monster – again, we put on some highly fashionable stuff, and sled on our bums down the snow fields, watched by two huge, slightly irritated condors circling above us.
    Unfortunately, the snow didn’t reach all the way down the volcano, so we had to walk ...

    Tea & Honey

    A travel blog entry by jemappleby on Jan 03, 2014

    2 photos

    ... and we told the dad we found them really annoying. He said that the boy likes them because they have honey inside. Then he caught one, took a part off and squeezed out the honey?! He passed it to Han, who passed it to me to try. For a split second I thought about those horrible bugs that had been bothering us all afternoon and that this is where the honey had come from and then before I knew it I have put it in my mouth. It tasted of nothing. And then, honey!


    I climbed a volcano!

    A travel blog entry by sarahrtw on Nov 20, 2013

    ... opted for the latter, but once the driver had dropped us off, we soon realised that we were not at the start of the path. It was about an hour and a half walk along a gravel road to the start of the footpath. Lucklily, 5 minutes into the road, a nice driver stopped and offered us a ride. Elvis is conveniently fluent in Spanish, so was able to explain where we were trying to get to, and it was then we found out how far it actually was. After saving ...

    Fire and Ice

    A travel blog entry by burkley on Nov 12, 2013

    16 photos

    ... we aren't going to be new avid ice climbers. Enjoying a beer on the patio at yesterdays restaurant we reflected on the thrills and challenges of the morning before heading back to camp for an afternoon rest.

    After campsite dinner of vegetable fajitas which we loved we wandered back into town to utilise the internet rather than heading to the hot springs with the rest of the group. Provided our previous subsequent health problems following a visit to the thermal baths we ...