Located about 700 kilometers (435 miles) south from Santiago, Chile, the Araucanía region can easily be accessed by land or sea. It also marks the starting point for the intense green in the south of Chile and the land guarded by the impressive presence of volcanoes which draw the Andes mountain range profile, covering itself by forests, lakes and rivers.
This area covers the coastal border to the Pacific Ocean. Its communes invite you to live a unique experience near nature, history and ancestral practices, where the Lafquenche Mapuche people maintain its culture and traditions around the Budi Lake.
Lakes, hot springs, volcanoes, ski centers and national parks destinations. Here, you can experience activities in an unforgettable natural environment, surrounded by native species as the iconic Araucaria.
Known by its magnificent heights, the Andean area covers a wide variety of national parks, nature reserves, volcanoes, waterside recreational areas, lakes, rivers and hot spring centers, offering high intensity sport activities as well as relaxing alternatives for leisure.