Hotel Los Nires

Address: Baquedano 315, Coyhaique, Chile | Inn
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    Travel Blogs from Coyhaique


    A travel blog entry by maxandross on Dec 19, 2014

    6 comments, 8 photos

    ... 4 hours we set off from Coyahique in the early afternoon. With my Christmas playlist blaring we drove through lovely lush mountainous scenery for a few hours before reaching the Queulat National Park. Here the road became even rougher, the rain started pouring and the incredibly tall trees blocked out most of the light to create a misty, eerie atmosphere. An hour or so into the forest we were stopped by a roadblock, where four hitchhikers were looking waiting ...

    It's snow joke

    A travel blog entry by mac69 on Nov 05, 2014

    1 comment

    Today was the most amazing experience and was totally unexpected. We left Coyhaique in rain but as we travelled higher into the mountains snow began to fall and became heavier and heavier and heavier still until we had 30cm of snow lying and the mountain became impassible!!! The girls were shipped down to snow free territory by Pablo n the pickup ...

    Change in caramels

    A travel blog entry by travelingtiara on Feb 06, 2014

    4 photos

    My first impression of Chile focuses on distant and reserved people who seem unaffected by the breathtaking beauty surrounding them. I spent four days and five nights on the Carretera Austral in southern Chile, passing through little towns and continually awed by the natural landscape. I admit to struggling with the conditions of the trip which included driving about 6 to 12 hours a day in the company of 15 young Israelis in a rather uncomfortable van. The ride ...

    The power of water

    A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Jan 01, 2014

    ... Its odd greenish blue tint actually contrasts with the blue of the sky.  The hills are mostly barren.  The views across the lake spectacular.   The boat ride is short, the caves easily recognizable as we approach.  Pedro steers the boat right into one of the caves, clearly not concerned about scraping the boat.  Here, it becomes apparent how deep the caves are.  Barely 10 feet in diameter, the cave extents 50 meters into the hill. The setting surreal.  On the many pictures we ...

    The road after the end of the road

    A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Dec 30, 2013

    ... the roses, perhaps introduced by settlers. We stop in Puerto Rio Tranquilo, the first 'town' in over 100km.  A dozen houses spread out over several blocks along the lake.  Two of them have turned their front room into a 'supermercado' (grocery store).  We stock up on an odd selection of food products, whatever looks edible.  No English is spoken.  Audrey confirms the few pieces of meat in the cooler are indeed pork chops by making that sound that pigs make.  Ava and Lukas ...

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