Attractions 

Vicente Perez Rosales National Park

It is a protected area in the Lake District of southern Chile. It is known for Petrohué Waterfalls , which flow through volcanic rock channels engraved with lava. Nearby green waters of the Todos los Santos lake and the Osorno volcano are located, crowned with snow, to the west.  The activities you can do in the park: Hiking, treeking, treeking in the snow, horseback riding, high mountain, mountaineering, biking, mountain biking, river kayaking, rafting, picnicking, recreational fishing, bird watching, and more.

 

Puerto Varas

Puerto Varas

Puerto Varas is a city in the lake district of southern Chile.  The city features traditional architecture of German style, reflecting its colonial past. It is located on the southwestern shores of the extensive Llanquihue Lake, which offers breathtaking views of the Osorno Volcano and the Calbuco Volcano, both snow-capped, both with snow cover, where you can enjoy the Ski and Mountain Center with the best view of Chile.

Termas de Aguas Calientes

Aguas Calientes hot springs

Located in the Puyehue National Park, Aguas Calientes hot springs are located and accessed by Osorno, through the same international route that leads to Bariloche. Offering indoor and outdoor pools facing the river and in the middle of nature. Its comforting waters that come from underground slopes from the volcanoes that surround it, with temperatures between 24 to 75 degrees Celsius. They are recommended for the treatment of rheumatism, arthritis, neuralgia, gynecological, sciatica, respiratory, skin and nervous system illness.  It is built on the banks of Chanleufú River, around its hot springs that emanate from the Cordillera de los Andes

Puerto Montt

Puerto Montt

Puerto Montt is a port city in the Lake District, in southern Chile, known as a gateway to the Andes mountains and the Patagonian fjords. The neoclassical cathedral of the city, built in wood in the nineteenth century, overlooks the Plaza de Armas. Nearby, Casa del Arte Diego Rivera shows contemporary works by local and national artists. On the outskirts of the city are the market of Caleta de Angelmó and Calbuco, an active volcano.

San Juan de la Costa

The great Huilliche coastal community of San Juan de La Costa dominates the coast of Osorno, 60 km west of the city, and is one of the underestimated jewels of the Pacific coast of Chile. The regional route U-40 from Osorno turns and dives through a bucolic field and forested wood regions before showing the way to an impressive coastline that houses a series of five magnificent coves (inlets): Pucatrihue, Maicolpué, Bahía Mansa, Manzano y Tril-Tril.   But it is also worth considering the coves mentioned above: you will find windswept villages where dolphins and sea lions practically swim to the shore.

Frutillar

Frutillar

Located on the margins of Lake Llanquihue, it has a beautiful natural and cultural landscape. Its latent German tradition invites you to savor a delicious apple strudel or kuchen on the shores of Lake Llanquihue. Be impressed with the German-Chilean cultural mix in this city guarded by volcanoes! Its German character is determined in the constructions of churches and employer's houses and in the gastronomy, as well as in the musical events celebrated during the summer.