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There are over 35 locations in lakes, Andean rivers and the seaside, where recreational fishing can be practiced and the main species such as salmon, trout, pejerrey, sea bass, croaker, sole fish and sawfish can be found. Toltén and Imperial rivers banks are particularly appealing for trawler fishermen.

The landscape and rocky formations of the region have been shaped throughout the years by nature events, creating the ideal scenery to practice rock climbing, especially in areas like Curarrehue and Pucón. The spectacular surrounding in which these large walls are found, adds an extra value to the routes conditions.

It is an excellent alternative for the lakes in the region, such as the Budi lake where you can experience birdwatching from its calm waters, and also, find rapids in the rushing rivers of the Andean-Lacustrine area for those looking for high doses of adrenaline or a new experience. For this purpose, there are local tour operators that have qualified adventure touristic guides.

The same rivers that are born in the Andean-Lacustrine area, allow the exceptional feature of having ravines and waterfalls that are perfect for practicing canyoning. There are 75 to 80 meter waterfalls and, right there, you can find the tallest canyoning route in South America, 30 minutes away from Pucón, in Palguín Alto or “La Garganta del Diablo”, of 150 meters high.

Rafting is one of the most popular activities thanks to the perfect qualities found in the Trancura and Liucura rivers. With rapids class I, II, III y IV, there are ones for beginners and for seasoned enthusiasts.
The area lakes also offer excellent options for water sports such as sailing, windsurfing and waterskiing. In the coastal area of Puerto Saavedra, winds have converted the place into one of the most preferred areas for kitesurfing and paragliding, just like Pucón.

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