Pucon Vacations

Chile
This tourist town attracts outdoor types, beachgoers, and adrenaline junkies. Perched on the shore of the magnificent Lake Villarrica, and on the shoulder of a sometimes-active volcano, Pucon resides in some spectacular scenery, and it takes full economic advantage of that. With dozens of hotels ranging from budget to luxury, …

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Reviews of Pucon

ClaudioSe
ClaudioSeMilano, Italia
30/11/2017

Among the many magic places on the Andes, Puck is in it's own category. Now firmly established on the tourist trail, has become more expensive, but the infrastructure and tour opportunities has become also better

. Troy
. TroyMiravet, Spain
08/04/2017

There aren't many towns in the world where you can come out of a grocery store and see the towering majesty of a smoking volcano. Pucon, gateway to the Chilean lake district, started off as more of a staging post and grew into a thriving resort. Today it seems the pendulum has swung a little too far towards catering for tourists. The town of Villarica, about 30 minutes' drive away, offers more authenticity.

Spencer Smith
Spencer SmithRedwood City, California, USA
04/12/2013

Pucon is a charming part of the lake district in Chile, and reminded me of Oregon or Washington in the US. Black sand beaches make the lake a landmark, and a good place for an easy weekend of camping and lounging, or a good base camp to climb Mt. Villarica

Sara Benson
Sara BensonSan Luis Obispo
28/03/2011

Just a short flight from Santiago (or a longer overnight bus ride), this little Lake District town makes for a great adventure base camp. Must-dos in the region include hot springs and if you're up for a thrill, volcano climbing.

Nearby destinations

San Carlos de Bariloche

Puerto Montt

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