Andean Crossing | Jul 08 | 2020 | No Comment

Important Note: Included Hotel accommodation in Peulla or Puerto Bleast.

Day 1

PUERTO VARAS OFFICE8:00Departure by bus from the Puerto Varas Office (Del Salvador 72) to Petrohué, passing by Lake Llanquihue.
PTO. VARAS – SALTOS PETROHUE09:45 – 10:15Impressive views of the Osorno and Calbuco volcanoes dominate the landscape. Entrance to the Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park where we’ll visit the Saltos del Petrohué and appreciate the capricious volcanic rock formations, bathed in the emerald green waterfalls.
PETROHUE – PEULLA10:30 – 12:30We’ll sail to Peulla, navigating across Lake Todos los Santos. If the weather permits, different and breathtaking views of the Osorno and Puntiagudo volcanoes and Cerro Tronador can be seen.
PEULLA12:30Arrival to Peulla, an ecological lodge and a paradise for nature lovers. Free afternoon to enjoy a range of excursions including canopy, horse-riding, 4×4 safari (additional cost). Food at additional cost.

Day 2

PEULLA – PTO. FRÍAS10:00 – 12:00We’ll board a bus in Peulla destined for Puerto Frías. At Chile’s customs, we’ll follow the necessary steps at the border.
PTO. FRÍAS – BLEST12:00 – 13:00We cross the Andes Mountains, sail across Lake Frías and head to Puerto Alegre. In Puerto Alegre we’ll take a bus to Puerto Blest.
ALMUERZO BLEST13:00 – 16:00Arrival to Puerto Blest. Lunch (additional cost).
BLEST – PUERTO PAÑUELO16:00 – 17:00From Puerto Blest we’ll begin the final sailing trip across Lake Nahuel Huapi, destined for Puerto Pañuelo.
PTO. PAÑUELO – BARILOCHE17:00 – 18:00Arrival to Puerto Pañuelo. We’ll take a bus along the final leg of the journey to Bariloche, a city that attracts visitors in winter and summer thanks to its ski centers, shops, hotels, restaurants and night life. Over the past few years, Bariloche has developed a name for itself as a city for top-class breweries.
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