Alto Villarrica Resort

Address: Camino Lican Ray km 4,5, Villarrica, Lake District, 60435, Chile | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort is located on Camino Lican Ray km 4,5, Villarrica.
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      Lakes and volcanoes

      A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Dec 07, 2014

      4 comments, 59 photos

      Being a public holiday, breakfast started later than usual and the streets were deserted when we left at 8.30. We drove to Fruitillar, a quaint town on Lago Llanquihue. We did a bit of a walk to check it out, especially the wonderful gardens, fancy covered jetty and huge entertainment centre. We continued along the lake to Puerto Octay and on the way the clouds cleared enough for us to see the top ...


      A travel blog entry by greeneggsandham on Jun 09, 2014

      3 photos

      ... around. Two girls in the group had never snowboarded before so we stayed on the small slope. The rain started pouring down and we all got drenched. After a few cold empanadas and some chocolate we headed back to a small pub we had spied down by the carpark. After warming up by the fire and after a few well deserved beers we headed back to town and to a local burger bar owned by an American couple. The burgers were amazing. I had a grand prix whicn had caramelised onions and peanut butter.

      The Chilean Lakes District...

      A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Mar 07, 2014

      10 photos

      The further south we traveled, the greener the surroundings became, until we found ourselves amongst snow-clad volcanoes rising over verdant hills and lakes. We also saw our first rainfall for nearly a month, a theme set to continue. The Germans colonised this area in the 1850s which is still clear to see today from the fruit pies, lace curtains and architecture.

      Pucon is a village-turned-megaresort due to its ...

      Climbing the volcano finally

      A travel blog entry by meggles on Dec 22, 2013

      13 photos

      ... the Christmas cake equivalent I'd bought to share to share with Rachael in Puerto Varas before she decided she didn't like it. It's a dry cinnamon and dried fruits cake which is much lighter than English Christmas cake but less moreish. On Friday I headed to the huerque hue national park that's a short bus ride from pucon, I headed up the trail to a valley at the top where there's several sheltered lakes. The beautiful lakes as well as the waterfalls and ...

      Missed opportunities

      A travel blog entry by mirja.bester on Oct 29, 2013

      7 photos

      ... new to the town. Not a problem as we just wanted to drop our bags off and find a place to eat. When we arrived to our room, we were introduced to the English speaking employee (who couldn't really speak English and luckily Mirja's Spanish is pretty good). We both thought he was a bit arrogant but put it down to language/culture differences.

      Anyway, we then went on the search for a place to eat. It was surprisingly cold that evening and there was not a lot happening ...