Located only 21 kilometers away from Puerto Montt and on the shores of Lake Llanquihue, Puerto Varas is known as the “City of the roses”, by the large amount of this type of flowers that adorn the streets. It is highly recomended to walk, visiting the houses of unmistakable German architecture and the impressive and colorful church, another reason to fall in love with this city, founded in 1853 by Swiss and German settlers who arrived to populate the south of Chile. Go and have fun at the local casino and the wide gastronomic offers that the city provides, in which stands out the artisan beers, meats and the steak sandwiches (typical Chilean).
The Aysen Patagonia has features that differ from the rest of the Patagonia: impenetrable forests, moss, lichens and abundance of water in all its formats, where lakes, rivers, waterfalls, glaciers, fjords and even clouds are essential components of a landscape that immediately will captivate you. Thanks to the large number of rivers and lakes, fly-fishing is one of the main activities of this destination, ideal to go from river to river in a motorhome. You can put to test their patience and skill by the rivers Simpson and Baker, who are among the best rivers for fishing. There also exist many fishing lodges in lakes such as the General Carrera, you can choose according to your taste and budget.
The main attraction of this National Park are their famous mountains. Also you will be surprised with its trekking circuits that go through woods and hills, waterfalls and lakes, with privileged views of the white mantle of Southern Ice Field. Enjoy the 17 hours of light accompanying you in the summer and do not miss the dawn, when the horns of the Torres del Paine massif are dyed in purple and red. Surf the Lago Gray until the edge of the glacier of the same name, letting you admire this mass of ice.
Tierra del Fuego, with this particular name Hernando de Magallanes named this earth in honor to the bonfires of the indigenous Selk’nam, island located on the other side of the Strait of Magellan, compared to Punta Arenas. Follow the route with your RV until you find a huge field with guanacos and wild horses. Look to the sky and watch the condors soaring above the Cordillera Darwin. Visit the Museum Fernando Cordero Rusque in order to know more about the history of the ancient inhabitants and the settlers who opted to work on this side of the globe, which contains interesting samples of fauna of Tierra del Fuego, and tales of the history of the exploitation of gold in Chile. Stresses its world-renowned photographic exhibition of the Selk’nam.