After breakfast, enjoy a half day tour of your choice before transferring to Puerto Varas around noon. Tucked between scenic Lago Llanquihue and the snow-capped Osorno and Calbuco volcanoes, the enchanting village of Puerto Varas blends a rich German heritage with the stunning natural beauty of southern Chile’s Patagonia region. The tidy town center features charming wood-shingled homes, a public plaza teeming with rose gardens and unparalleled access to world-class recreation like kayaking, canyoning, rock climbing, fishing, hiking and skiing.
On day 8 venture out on an activity of your choice to explore this beautiful area of Chile.
from South to North across the Peninsula of Punta Larga and after a break sharing local food, we will ride for an hour until reaching Llanquihue Lake border in Frutillar.
Magellan’s Horse Ride:
Whether starting the day deep into our Valdivian Rainforest Reserve or enjoying the sunset while herding more than 300 sheep. Our guides who are gentle and knowledgeable will interpret the local flora and fauna that surrounds you.
A tour designed for those who wish to have a first contact with birds and also for experienced observers. In open fields, clearings and trails within the native forest, we have sighted over 30 species of birds, that includes the Colilarga (Des Mur’s Wiretrail), Chucao (Chucao Tapaculo), Hued-Hued del Sur (Black-throated Huet-huet), Rayadito (Thorn-tailed Rayadito) and the elusive Churrin del Sur (Magellanic Tapaculo), among many others. Microcosmos In Patagonia people say that ‘those in a hurry lose their time’. This saying was our inspiration to slow down and observe those tiny beings, sometimes invisible to the eye. Fungi, lichens and moss have been living on Earth for millions of years. You’ll meet all these amazing tiny beings through this guided tour!