Famous for its spectacular panorama of bright emerald and turquoise lakes whose surfaces mirror snow-capped volcanoes and sprawling forests, Chile’s Lake District is picture-perfect. Rolling hills scattered with hundreds of lakes and lagoons make the region awe-inspiring and perfect for walking, trekking, sailing, fishing, horse riding, cycling and kayaking.
Puerto Montt, in Chile’s southern Lake District, is the starting point for some of the most amazing cruises imaginable through the fjords and hanging valleys of the glacial Chilean coastline. The region is home to the indigenous Mapuche, Chile's largest indigenous group. Visitors have the possibility of sleeping in rukas (traditional Mapuche dwellings), taste their cuisine and experience first hand their culture and hospitality.
Chile’s Lake District hugs the Argentine Lake District making a visit to both regions an unforgettable trip for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers.