Villarrica Park Lake Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Villarrica
... our driver dropped us and we did the "Lagos" walk. In total it was about 12km with a 600m altitude gain (and loss) through fabulous beech, pine and Araucaria (Monkey Puzzle) forest visiting three beautiful lakes – Chico (small), Verde (green) and Toro (bull). There were plenty of wildflowers out but a disappointing number of birds. At the half way mark we found a great log to be our picnic ...
... and it was great practice for me, because the truth is when I know you speak English, then so do I. But did I ever give him an infamous look at that point, we'll deserved I think. But we still just laughed and continued our conversations in Spanish still with some bits of English. And after such a lovely, fun and relaxing day, we signed up to hike the volcano tomorrow that heated our relaxing day today. I'm not sure what I've gotten myself into, but I'm in bed ...
... treks to waterfalls. If you're over exercise then you can relax in one of the many thermal pools instead. Now I know where all the rich people from Santiago have gone. After a wander around the black-sand beaches of lake Villarrica we scoped out the climb up the 2800m volcano and committed to do it the next day for $70 each. The weather was perfect and we begun the climb with a 300m chair lift - bit of a cheat but all the travel websites and tour companies recommended it ...
... back in at 3:30am having
completely forgotten where the campsite was. They couldn’t remember what it was
called either so apparently just kept asking people around town where the
campsite was, and it seems as though there are quite a few here! The ended up
in the lake at some point too, so a rowdy night all told!
Still, we have no activities planned for tomorrow, so a lazy
day to nurse our sore heads should sort us out.
... becoming clear to us that Villarrica was not a great place to be if you actually wanted to do stuff like climb the volcano or rafting or visit the many thermal baths. Everything happened out of Pucón. That really dampened our spirits and we just wrote the day off as a chance to walk around the town and parts of Lago Villarrica. At least the weather was pleasant and we had a nice view of Lago Villarrica and were able to see Volcán Villarrica briefly (when not covered in ...