Learning to kayak is about taking trips to the rivers of Chile, learning a progressive series of moves like the eskimo roll, and giving kids a sense of Huckleberry Finn style exploration.

ESPANOL. Aprender a kayakear en aguas blancas implica conocer los ríos de Chile, aprender una serie de movimientos progresivos tales como el giro esquimal y darle a los niños una sensación de explorador al estilo de Huckleberry Finn.

CAMP DIRECTOR CONTACT: JASMINE MADEYSKI, JASMINE.MADEYSKI@GMAIL.COM

WATCH Youth Kayak Camp Pucon Video

Below students from Santiago’s Nido de Aguilas program Week Without Walls get fired up learning to whitewater kayak.

For Parents – Today’s social media culture can leave your child missing out on the sense of active adventure and exploration. In other words, many parents want their child to get off the couch and learn in a safe environment. Exploring rivers and safety decision making from a kayak gives youth a sense of accomplishment and confidence. +PLUS, we add our own model of positive reinforcement recognition to every youth development camp. Families can choose one week, two week or three week options. The longer you stay the better you get at kayaking and the bigger the discounts.

NOC Paddlesports ACA certified instructors are the leaders in the whitewater industry. And we are proud they chose to partner with PKH. So, students learn from the best various paddle strokes to turn, move and navigate their kayak. Instructors keep the learning exciting and fun with group kayak games and skills challenges. And before you know it you’ll be spending those hot Santiago summer days playing in the blue Pucon rivers.

ESPANOL. Para padres – En nuestros días, la cultura de los medios sociales absorbe a los niños y puede hacer que se pierdan la oportunidad de vivir aventuras al aire libre y salir a explorar. Por ponerlo de otra forma, muchos padres queremos que nuestros hijos pongan pausa a sus pantallas y salgan de la casa para aprender en un ambiente seguro. El kayak les permite a los jóvenes explorar ríos, estar en contacto con la naturaleza y desarrollar toma de decisiones seguras, lo que les da un sentido de logro y confianza. +PLUS, agregamos nuestro propio modelo de reconocimiento y refuerzo positivo a los campamentos de verano para jóvenes. Las familias pueden elegir entre alternativas de una semana, dos semanas o tres semanas. Mientras más tiempo te quedes, mejor kayakista serás y mayores serán los descuentos.

Los instructores con certificación ACA de NOC Paddlesports llevan el liderazgo en la industria de aguas blancas. Es un orgullo el que hayan elegido asociarse con PKH. Con esta alianza, en la temporada de verano en Chile, los alumnos aprenden de los mejores las técnicas de remada para hacer giros, moverse y navegar sus kayaks. Nuestros dedicados instructores hacen de sus clases las más emocionantes y entretenidas para los jóvenes con juegos grupales y desafíos de habilidades. Antes de que se den cuenta, sus hijos estarán pasando el calor de Santiago en los preciosos ríos transparentes y refrescantes de Pucón.

Youth kayakers learn to eskimo roll a kayak in Pucon Chile.
Learning to eskimo roll is an incredibly rewarding experience. If your child loves to play in the water – this is the camp for them. Aprender el giro esquimal es una experiencia tremendamente gratificante. Si a tu hijo/a le encanta jugar en el agua, éste es el campamento ideal para él/ella.

Experiential Learning.

Campers will learn river safety and how to scout rapids for both safe passages and what to avoid. They will bond with each other in team building exercises and river rescue scenarios that include our introductory swift water rescue training. These are invaluable lessons students will carry with them. And parents can feel proud about their child’s enthusiasm for a safe program where campers exercise leadership skills and safety lessons daily.

ESPANOL. Aprendiendo en Terreno.

Los participantes aprenderán seguridad de río y cómo reconocer los rápidos, tanto para seguridad, como para evitar obstáculos. Los chicos crearán lazos entre ellos al practicar ejercicios de team building y casos de rescate en río, que incluyen nuestra capacitación preliminar de rescate en aguas caudalosas. Éstas son clases con un valor incalculable que los alumnos atesorarán. Por otra parte, los padres se sentirán orgullosos por el entusiasmo que mostrarán sus hijos en un programa seguro donde los participantes ejercen habilidades de liderazgo y lecciones de seguridad a diario.

Camp Criteria.

Age:  12 – 17 years
Experience: No experience needed. Beginners and Intermediates are invited.
“I love water!”: Youth whom love playing and swimming in the water love playing in kayaks in the lakes and rivers. Try it. It’s fun.
Got a Friend: We offer Refer a Friend DISCOUNTS. Email David@puconkayakhostel.com to learn more.

ESPANOL. Criterios para el Campamento.

Edad:  12 – 17 años
Experiencia: No se requiere experiencia previa. Los principiantes  y participantes de nivel intermedios son bienvenidos.
“Amo el agua!”: Los jóvenes que aman jugar y nadar en el agua, amarán también jugar en kayak en los lagos y ríos de Pucón. Inténtalo. Es muy entretenido.
Trae un amigo: Ofrecemos DESCUENTOS por traer un amigo. Envía un email a David@puconkayakhostel.com para conocer más detalles.

Camp Dates.

Do you really want to learn how to whitewater kayak this summer? You’re going to need more time in your kayak running rapids to progress. We recommend kayaking for two or three weeks. We even offer a DISCOUNT for multiple camps.

  • WEEK 1:  JAN 26 – FEB 2
  • WEEK 2:  FEB 9 – 16

ESPANOL. Fechas de Campamento.

Si de verdad quieres aprender a andar en kayak de río este verano, vas a necesitar más tiempo en tu kayak corriendo rápidos para progresar. Te recomendamos practicar kayak en dos o tres semanas de campamento. Ofrecemos DESCUENTO por más de una semana de campamento.

  • SEMANA 1: 26 DE ENERO A 2 DE FEBRERO
  • SEMANA 2: 9 – 16 DE FEBRERO

Camp Pricing (CLP)

One Session – 650.000 CLP
Two Sessions – 1,150.000 CLP

Deposit is 25%.  We accept payments via bank to bank transfer (BCI), Paypal, or cash.

Price Includes: Dormitory lodging, kayak equipment, 3 meals/day, transportation, instructors and counselors, photo slideshow of trip, learn to whitewater kayak, best camp experience ever!
*Students are expected to pay for one dinner out for our Pucon afternoon.

ESPANOL. Precios del Campamento (CLP).

Una semana – $650.000 CLP
Dos semanas – $1.150.000 CLP

Depósito previo del 25%.  Aceptamos pagos mediante transferencia bancaria (BCI), Paypal o efectivo.

El precio incluye: Alojamiento en dormitorio compartido, uso de kayak y equipamiento, 3 comidas diarias (desayuno, almuerzo y cena), transporte, instructores y tutores, fotos del viaje, clases de kayak y la mejor experiencia de la vida!

Refer A Friend DISCOUNTS! 

Discounts are non-transferrable and only apply to friends enrolled in the same camp session.

4 Friends Total: All 4 campers receive a 10% DISCOUNT.
5 Friends and More Total: All campers receive a 15% DISCOUNT.

Camper Pick-up & Drop-off. Airports and bus stations. 

Pucon Kayak Hostel will transport campers to either the airport or Pucon bus station on schedule dates. We will contact parents upon arrival and drop off. Parents often opt to travel with the campers and reserve a room at PKH. Let us know if you’d like to stay with us.

Arrivals.

By Bus (most popular) – Buses from Santiago arrive to Pucon each morning. We’ll pick up the student with breakfast and activities for them at our base. Plus, we’ll call you upon their arrival to confirm they are in safe hands. Often, one parent will bus with a group of friends. 

By Plane The Pucon airport is just 3 minutes from our Rio Trancura base. Flights arrive and depart Pucón during January on Sundays and Fridays. *There is a 70.000 Temuco Airport Shuttle which can be split by groups.

By Car Email david@puconkayakhostel.com for directions. Suggested arrival time is 4:00 to 6:00 pm.

ESPANOL. Llegadas.

En Bus (más común) – Los buses desde Santiago llegan a Pucón todas las mañanas. Recogeremos al alumno en la estación de buses y lo recibiremos en nuestra base con desayuno y actividades. Además, les avisaremos a los padres cuando lleguen sus hijos para confirmar que llegaron sanos y salvos. Es frecuente que un padre / madre acompañe en el viaje en bus a un grupo de alumnos a su cuidado.

En Avión El aeropuerto de Pucón está a solo 3 minutos de nuestra base en el Río Trancura. Los vuelos llegan y salen de Pucón los viernes y domingos de enero. *Se puede solicitar un transfer al aeropuerto de Temuco por CLP$70.000, gasto que puede ser dividido entre más personas.

En Auto Escribe un email a david@puconkayakhostel.com para pedir indicaciones de cómo llegar. La hora de llegada sugerida es de 4:00 a 6:00 pm.

Departures.

By Car – Plan on departing at 12 am if you are driving.
Flights and Buses send us the schedule and we will arrange the proper shuttle.

By Bus (most popular) – Buses from Santiago typically arrive each morning. We’ll pick up the student and have activities for them at our base.

By Plane The Pucon airport is just 3 minutes from our Rio Trancura base. Flights arrive and depart Pucón during January on Sundays and Fridays. *There is a 70.000 Temuco Airport Shuttle which can be split by groups.

ESPANOL. Salidas.

En Auto – Planifica tu salida hasta las 12 am si vas a manejar.

En Bus (más común) – Los buses desde Pucón hacia Santiago normalmente salen todas las mañanas. Llevaremos a los jóvenes desde nuestra base a la estación de buses en Pucón y nos comunicaremos con los padres para notificarlos de que sus hijos partieron sin novedad.

En Avión El aeropuerto de Pucón está a solo 3 minutos de nuestra base en el Río Trancura. Los vuelos llegan y salen de Pucón los viernes y domingos de enero. *Se puede disponer de un transfer al aeropuerto de Temuco por CLP$ 70.000, gasto que puede ser dividido entre más personas.

Camp Itinerary:

Itinerary is subject to change based on river levels and weather.

DAY 1 (SATURDAY)

AM: 8:00 – 9:00 AM Bus Arrivals.

After a morning bus pickup PKH will provide students with a hearty breakfast and base camp orientation tour. Kayaking begins with some video introduction about rivers, what is kayaking, equipment, and eskimo roll techniques. Campers will get introduced to their own kayaks and equipment.

PM – Lago Caburgua Strokes, Games and the Eskimo Roll

After lunch we’ll be off to Lago Caburgua to get to know our kayaks and begin learning strokes, how to roll, and some fun group games in the water.

ABOUT LAGO CABURGUARumors of names like President Bachelet and Pamela Anderson owning second home getaways overlooking Lago Caburgua are indication of the remarkable beauty. While we won’t see President Bachelet we will see lots of excited tourists envious of our kayaks and standup paddle boards. Just ten minutes from our basecamp we use the clear warm waters of Lago Caburgua often to play and learn our kayaking fundamentals.

DAY 2 (SUNDAY)

AM: River safety, decision making, and scouting lessons. Lago Caburgua learning the Eskimo roll, wet exits, kayak games and fun.

PM: Kayak the Rio Liucura to Freestyle Wave.

DAY 3 (MONDAY)

AM: Students will practice throw ropes and safety lessons. Roll practice and run the Rio Tolten.

Rio Tolten is a unique river experience because you actually begin your trip where the volcano formed Lago Villiarrica. The lake actually overflows like a tub into the newly forming Rio Tolten. This river source location is stunning with Volcan Villiarrica towering above our kayaks. Just down river is a great location to practice rolls and even cliff jump from a tree.

The river features are fantastic for beginners learning to roll their kayaks. The stretch is great for stand up paddle boarding, fishing and inflatable kayaks.

PM: Pucon ice cream party. Tour Pucon’s beaches, plaza and shopping district after kicking back with some artisan craft ice cream.

DAY 4 (TUESDAY)

AM: Trancura Delta – Paddle this class II – III stretch into the Trancura Delta / Lago Villarrica estuary. We’ll have roll practice right in the lake.

PM: Liucura Play Wave – Did you know kayakers can surf river waves? We’ll use the power of the wave to teach us how to ferry and “Combat roll” in current.

DAY 5 (WEDNESDAY)

AM: CULTURAL MAPUCHE PRESENTATION. The group will visit a Mapuche village where the community spokesperson will share the Chilean history of the Mapuche. The Mapuche organized an anti hydro power protest to help save the Rio Maichin. This cultural presentations is an unique glimpse into Mapuche culture and history.

PM:Lower Maichin Canyon Paddle – Your first canyon experience will be down this class II – III mellow whitewater stretch. Expect to see plenty of trout and cascades coming into the canyon.

DAY 6 (THURSDAY)

Return to Rio Tolten

AM: Morning Rolls, Strokes, and Fun Games at Rio Tolten

PM: Rio Tolten River Run & Bus Home.  

DAY 6 (FRIDAY) 

AM: Student evaluations. Group vote on return river options.

PM: Afternoon Turbio hike, ice cream and explore Pucon.

DAY 7 (SATURDAY) 

Pack for bus rides or plane home. Adventure activity for students that have night bus ride.

ESPANOL. Itinerario del Campamento:

El itinerario está sujeto a cambios en base a los niveles del río y a las condiciones climáticas.

DÍA 1 (SÁBADO)

AM: 8:00 – 9:00 AM Llegadas en Bus.

Después de recogerlos en la estación de buses PKH les dará a los alumnos un desayuno contundente y un tour de orientación por el campamento base. La instrucción comienza con algunos videos sobre los ríos, qué es kayakear, equipamiento requerido y técnicas para el roll esquimal. A los alumnos se les presentarán los kayaks y equipamiento que utilizarán.

PM – Técnicas, Juegos y el Giro Esquimal en el Lago Caburgua

Después de almuerzo partiremos al Lago Caburgua para familiarizarnos con los kayaks y aprender técnicas, como los giros y un par de juegos grupales en el agua muy entretenidos.

DÍA 2 (DOMINGO)

AM: Seguridad en río, toma de decisiones y clases de escultismo. Aprendizaje de salirse del kayak en el agua, rol esquimal, juegos en kayak y diversion.

PM: Kayakear en el Río Liucura para jugar en olas.

DÍA 3 (LUNES)

AM: Los alumnos practicarán maniobras de rescate con cuerdas y lecciones de salvataje. Práctica del giro y kayakear el Río Toltén.

PM: Pucón a tomar helados. Pasear por las playas de Pucón, la plaza y el área de tiendas después de pasar por una heladería artesanal.

DÍA 4 (MARTES)

AM: Delta del Trancura – remar esta sección clase II – III en el Delta del Trancura / Desembocadura en el Lago Villarrica. Tendremos práctica del giro en el lago.

PM: Jugar en las olas del Liucura – Sabías que los kayakistas pueden surfear olas en el río? Usaremos el poder de la ola para aprender cómo transportarse y el “Giro de Combate” en la corriente.

DÍA 5 (MIERCOLES)

AM: PRESENTACION DE LA CULTURA MAPUCHE. El grupo visitará un asentamiento Mapuche donde el representante de la comunidad compartirá la historia del pueblo Mapuche en Chile. Los Mapuche organizaron una protesta contra una hidroeléctrica para ayudar a salvar el Río Maichin. Esta presentación cultural es una mirada única a la cultura Mapuche y su historia.

PM: Remar en el cajón del bajo Maichin – Tu primera experiencia en un cajón será en este apacible cajón de aguas blancas de clase II – III. Espera ver un montón de truchas y cascadas bajando al cajón.

DIA 6  (JUEVES)

Retorno al Río Toltén

AM: Giros en la mañana, técnicas de remada y juegos divertidos en el Río Toltén

PM: Bajada del Río Toltén y regreso al hostal en minibus.  

DIA  7 (VIERNES) 

AM: Evaluación de los alumnos. Votación grupal para decidir a qué río volveremos a remar.

PM: Caminata al río Turbio en la tarde, helados y visita a Pucón.

DIA 8 (SABADO) 

Prepararse para los viajes de regreso en bus o avión. Actividad de aventura para los alumnos que viajan en bus de noche.

The Kids Camp Experience: What to Expect.

Whitewater kayaking is about having fun playing in the water and exploring. The learning and exploration part are what makes whitewater kayaking such a great adventure. January and February are hot months in Chile making it super fun to get in the water and learn how to maneuver your kayak.

Days begin with campers being part of breakfast cook teams that teaches responsibility on top of how to function in a kitchen. That’s right. Students actually learn how to chop veggies and help cook breakfasts. Although, lunches and dinners are prepared by our cook staff. Soon to follow we venture out to Lago Caburgua for the clear warm water eskimo rolling and paddle strokes practice. We’ll play several kayak games and races to make it even more fun.

After a lunch back at the Pucon Kayak Hostel base camp the big adventure of the day happens, the river run. Daily, you will explore a different section of river learning to paddle your kayak, read the rapids for where it is safe and what to avoid, and even roll your kayak in whitewater. Also known as the “combat roll.” The camp keeps a focus on safety and rescue too. As you learn about the river’s features we’ll have some team bonding activities teaching swiftwater rescue. And if you are keen you can even try to surf a kayak on some river waves.

ESPANOL. La experiencia del campamento de verano para jóvenes: qué esperar.

Andar en kayak de aguas blancas es sinónimo de divertirse jugando y explorando en el agua. El aprender y explorar son lo que hacen que andar en kayak de aguas blancas sea tan fantástico. Enero y febrero son meses calurosos del verano en Chile, lo que hace que sea super entretenido sumergirse en el agua y aprender a maniobrar un kayak.

Los días de campamento empiezan con los chicos campistas participando en equipos que cocinan desayuno, lo que les enseña responsabilidad sobre el cómo funciona una cocina. Así es. Los alumnos(as) aprenden de verdad cómo cortar vegetales y ayudar a preparar el desayuno. Sin embargo, los almuerzos y las cenas son preparadas por nuestro personal de cocina. A continuación, nos aventuramos hacia el Lago Caburgua para iniciarnos en sus aguas transparentes y tibias en la práctica del giro esquimal y de técnicas para remar. Jugaremos una serie de juegos con los kayaks y haremos carreras para que se torne una experiencia aun más entretenida.

Después de un almuerzo de regreso en las instalaciones del Pucón Kayak Hostel, comienza la gran aventura del día: correr un río. A diario, los(as) chicos(as) explorarán una sección distinta del río para aprender a remar en kayak, leer los rápidos para detectar dónde es seguro y qué evitar e incluso girar el kayak en aguas blancas (ríos), lo que también se conoce como “giro combate”. El campamento mantiene el foco en la seguridad y rescate. A medida que aprenden sobre las características del río, haremos actividades de vinculación de equipo al enseñarles técnicas de rescate en el agua. Si están entusiasmados incluso pueden intentar surfear unas cuantas olas con su kayak en el río.

What to Bring.

Once students enroll by paying their deposit, PKH will send families a welcome letter and pack list, waivers and contracts for attending camp.

Qué traer.

Una vez que los alumnos(as) se inscriben, al pagar su depósito como anticipo, PKH enviará a las familias una carta de bienvenida y una lista de lo que se debe llevar y el contrato para asistir al campamento.

Enrollment Process.

Step 1 – EMAIL JASMINE.MADEYSKI@GMAIL for application.

Step 2 – Submit your $100.000 CLP deposit via bank transfer, credit card, or PayPal.

ESPANOL. Proceso de Inscripción.

Paso 1 –EMAIL JASMINE.MADEYSKI@GMAIL for application.

Paso 2 – Realice su depósito de $100.000 CLP mediante transferencia bancaria, tarjeta de crédito o Paypal.

About Our Base in Pucón: Camp Lodging & Staff

Campers stay in our secure and exclusive to campers dormitories with each room having a chaperone instructor. Girls and boys quarters are separated with both female and male staff for the private dorms. The Pucon Kayak Hostel base is right on the beautiful Rio Trancura. Meals are eaten in a one of a kind open-air quincho designed by Cajon de Maipo architect Sergio Andrade Astorga. There is also a movie and class room dome for playing games and relaxing.

The Youth Kayak Camp bases right on the Rio Trancura in our hostel designed for student kayakers. Pucón Kayak Hostel designed for family and school groups has a small soccer field, obstacle course, slack line, riverside access, movie dome, and communal quincho. Students stay in our Treehouse Dormitory with live in chaperones. So the kids have a fun safe place to learn and experience camp life. Daily, we keep the students active with morning cook teams followed by adventure and game activities. The focus of course is playing in the water and learning how to whitewater kayak.

PKH owner David Hughes has coached Olympians and world champions from over a dozen countries. David has been a youth camp consultant and leader for groups like Colorado’s Youth Downstream Edge, the Whitewater Symposium, World Class Kayak Academy, Canada’s Ottawa Kayak School “Keeners Camp”, UK’s National Student Rodeo, and Huge Experiences Teen Kayak Leadership Camps. Today David still leads school groups as he teaches and directs a program for university age kayakers, Patagonia Study Abroad.

What is whitewater kayaking? Will your child like it?

Playing in your own little boat? You can surf a kayak, gain speed down a rapid, roll in a pool and just play for hours. Learning to roll and paddle a kayak is similar to learning to ride a bike and that’s just the beginning. Learning your “eskimo roll” is a challenge that requires learning with an instructor, practice, and some safety steps. Once you learn the skills you’ll be practicing, teaching your friends, and cooling off at your local pool just to get in your kayak.

Here are a few excellent indicators for how likely your child is to enjoy kayaking…
  • They enjoy swimming.
  • They enjoy exploring outdoors.
  • They are ready for a break from the Santiago heat. Pucón in the heart of the River’s District and is surrounded by gorgeous lakes, rivers, and volcanos. The rivers are cool and perfectly refreshing on a hot summer day.
  • You have a sense of adventure. Well, of course, you do. Your a teen ager. Now, let’s convince your parents that it’s OK.

About Our Nantahala OuYou’rer Center Instructors.

The campers will be taught under the leadership of David Hughes. PKH hires the world’s largest and most successful kayak school, the Nantahala Outdoor Center, instructors to insure the highest quality of professionalism. Instructors have strict guidelines for safety and modeling proper behavior to the youth. Our instructors are enthusiastic to teach and share their whitewater kayaking knowledge and skills and also develop leaders. The idea is to make learning to kayak fun. So, there will be lots of games that not only encourage learning but just keep the kids active in the beautiful lakes and rivers of the Pucón area. The instructors will teach each student a series of kayak skills and maneuvers that include how to be safe, how to read whitewater, how to wet exit, how to roll, running rapids, and even surfing a wave.

More advanced campers get to do more advanced sections. While, beginners will be excited to first learn their rolls in the warm waters of Lago Caburga. Then they’ll progress to actual whitewater sections on various rivers.

More credentials – Our director, David Hughes, has coached and led teen kayakers around the globe. His programs have produced 4 world champions and as many Olympians. David has been an expert speaker on youth development for the White Symposium, consulted multiple youth program camps during development phases, and was the head coach at both Adventure Quest and the New River Academy. Today, David directs Patagonia Study Abroad and manages operations at Pucon Kayak Hostel.

What’s included?

The camp is an all-inclusive package providing  meals, lodging, kayak gear and standup paddle boards, coaches and more. Students should bring spending money for snacks and after river ice cream in Pucon and Villarrica.

Is kayaking safe?

Yes. We know you see all of those extreme photos. Too bad they don’t show dad teaching and bonding with his daughter in the pool. Your child will be on safe rivers with pools suited for swimming. Add quality equipment, safety training, and professional instructors and your child will walk away from camp with a new safer view of water sports. Kayaking is safer than soccer, biking, snowboarding, paintball and especially skate boarding.  We’ll take you to safe rivers to learn how to read and run rapids.

What are the rivers like?

As you know February is painfully hot in Santiago. The rivers in the south get warm and their moving water provides just enough speed to give the students paddling features like wave trains, eddies to navigate and catch, and even small rapids. We choose the safest rivers that move along in a fashion that allows students to learn and explore. This provides the sense of adventure that makes kayaking so much fun. As you know when the kids are playing in water they are happy for hours. Imagine how excited they will be to be playing in their own little boat with safety instructors.

What will you learn?

  • Wet exit
  • The classic Eskimo Roll
  • Boat to boat rescues
  • How to read rapids
  • Safety procedures via team building
  • How to run rapids.  Now.  That’s cool.
  • Campers have to plan daily breakfast menus and be on a cook team. That’s right! As part of learning responsibility you’ll learn how to make a menu and be on a cook team. Students will have safety education and writing sessions via camp blogging.

What will you need?

We’ll send you a pack list. Bring summer clothes and swimming gear.  If you have river sandals or surf style booties then bring those.  We’ll send you a pack list if you decide to join the adventure. An energetic open attitude.

CAN KIDS PADDLE THE RIO TOLTEN?

The Tolten has calm blue water with easier class rapids idea for kids and parents. The stretch is the perfect warm water setting to jump in and relax. We’ll provide you with rafts, standup paddle boards or even funyaks. The kids will be excited to show off their new kayak roll and just play in the water. Towering over the Rio Tolten is one of Chile’s most spectacular volcanos, Volcan Villarrica.

Photo opportunity! We’ll do our best to capture memorable photos of you and your family enjoying Southern Chile.

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