Hotel y Cabanas Terrazas Del Lago

Address: Vicente Perez Rosales 1571, Puerto Varas, Lake District, -, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Vicente Perez Rosales 1571, Puerto Varas, is near Lake Llanquihue, Lago Llanguihue, Lake Todos Los Santos, and La Comarca Puelo Adventure.
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Varas

    2 volcanoes towering above the lake district

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Nov 02, 2014

    10 photos

    ... culture. It’s only a small town of around 30,000 people or so but again it has a spectacular setting. It sits on the second largest lake in Chile with 2 huge volcanoes looming over the lake. There are also other snow-capped mountains and huge numbers of forested hills and alpine cabins dotting the lake. Volcano Osorno is 2600m+ and snow-capped for most of the year. We wandered around the lake front enjoying the ...

    Chile, Argentina & Uruguay: Losers go South

    A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Apr 29, 2014

    92 photos

    ... between our legs, we booked ourselves onto the next flight from Esquel to Buenos Aires.

    We had some time to kill in Esquel and decided to make a quick visit to the ex-Welsh colony town of Trevelin. This was a town of dirt roads and tumbleweeds. Cute, but quieter than a choir of shy church mice. Later that afternoon we were on our way to Buenos Aires.

    Patagonia's weather and transport system had got the better of us. But we got some ...

    Lakes and Islands

    A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Feb 23, 2014

    15 photos

    ... lugging their massive, unwieldy loads all over the country. From Santiago all the way down to Patagonia these unprepared and over-packed masses can be found trudging next to the pavement, their bedraggled clothing, knotted hair and glassy eyes testament to rough nights spent on rocky beaches, hard patches of dirt and stagnant ditches filled with empty beer bottles and old condom packages, neither of which seem likely to lead to the same lusty drunken humping ...

    Bitter Sweet

    A travel blog entry by jemappleby on Jan 07, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    Welcome to Patagonia!
    Today you join us on a wet morning in Puerto Varas sat by the wood burner. Our first cold day (and it probably isn't even that cold).
    Shortly we'll be leaving to catch the bus back to Argentina - destination: Bariloche.
    Sad to be leaving Chile. But hopefully we will be coming back in if we go to Torres Del Paine to do the famous ...

    Puerto Varas and the Southern Lake District

    A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Oct 15, 2013

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... views of all the volcanoes. We then head back along the river and stop in couple of places for a look (Stefan knows the river intimately as it’s where he brings groups fishing. He tells us in the summer there are 40kg King Salmon and huge Brown and Rainbow Trout – and unlike the UK, you don’t need special (and expensive) permits to fish for them. Glancing round it’s hard to imagine a more beautiful spot to come fishing. The river Petrohue is where ...