Where to go in Chilean Lake District
List of regions
Chiloé is a misty and mystical group of islands, which developed independently from the rest of Chile. As a result it has its own culture and history, and an altogether different feel to the mainland.
Petrohué lies at the western end of Lago Todos los Santos, one of the most beautiful lakes in the Chilean Lake District. Boat trips are a popular activity for holidaymakers here, some of whom combine cruises on several lakes as part of the Chile-Argentina Lakes-Crossing.
Puerto Varas - or the ‘city of roses'- is regarded as one of the loveliest places to live in all of Chile. One reason for this is the small town's beautiful setting, overlooking Chile's second largest lake, Lake Llanquihue, and with views towards volcanic peaks whose reflection can be seen in the w…