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Chile defies many visitors’ expectations of an Andean country. It is developed, relatively affluent and non-corrupt. Travel to Chile and you’ll discover one of the safest and most relaxing countries in South America. Its buses are comfortable and run on time; its people polite and respectful. Above all, though, visitors travel to Chile for its beautiful landscapes. The population is concentrated to the major cities, which leaves vast tracts of scarcely touched wilderness to explore.

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Nahuelbuta National Park is one of the few parks located in Chile’s Coastal Mountain Rage. This area provides visitors with a spectacular view of the Andes Mountains Range, the Pacific Ocean, volcanoes, condors, cities and towns. The park is famous for the flora and fauna that inhabits it, especially for the vast and ancient araucarias. Travellers will enjoy mountaineering, hiking, flora and fauna of the Nahuelbuta Mountains and will admire one of its most important attractions: the Cordillera de Nahuelbuta, which gives the place a unique landscape.

Chaitén is a Chilean town, commune and former capital of the Palena Province in Los Lagos Region. The town is north of the mouth of Yelcho River, on the east coast of the Gulf of Corcovado. The town is strategically close to the northern end of the Carretera Austral, where the highway goes inland.

On April 9, 2011, president Sebastián Piñera announced a program to rebuild the town on its existing northern area, reversing plans by the previous administration to move the town to a different location farther north.

Easter Island, a Chilean territory, is a remote volcanic island in Polynesia. Its native name is Rapa Nui. It’s famed for archaeological sites, including nearly 900 monumental statues called moai, created by inhabitants during the 13th–16th centuries. The Moai are carved human figures with oversize heads, often resting on massive stone pedestals called Ahus.

Futaleufú means ‘big river’ in Mapudungún. It is a jewel of nature, home to the Futaleufú river, which is considered among the three best in the world for kayaking and rafting. It is the Everest for adventure sports. Its natural, cultural and gastronomic heritage is unique in the country.

Our commune is part of the Los Lagos Region. It is located in the northern limit of Chilean Patagonia, 156 kilometers from Chaitén and just 10 km from the border with Argentina. Discover Futaleufú ecotravel, a wonderful enclave with challenging access that is totally worth a visit.


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