Description of Glamping Units
This one-bedroom, one-batroom cabin is secluded among the peaceful treetops of the lush forests of southern Chile, only a few miles away from Puerto Varas and Lake Llanquihue. The getaway is bright and airy with a natural feel thanks to the skylights, walls made of glass, and white décor, log beams, and wooden accent paneling. There is a fully equipped kitchen, a plush sofa, a cozy stove next to a study nook, and a full modern bathroom. Up to three glampers will sleep soundly on the bedroom’s comfortable queen-size bed or in the alcove that has a twin bed. As they wind down for the night, guests will be drawn to the unique lofted deck that offers tranquil forest vistas to watch the sun set. Radiating serenity and solitude, this cabin is the perfect getaway for those looking for a rejuvenating escape just minutes from exciting outdoor adventures. Read More
- Internet connection
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Towels provided
Although guests will feel miles away from everything, they can remain connected via Wi-Fi and cable television at this glamping site. A lovely covered wooden deck is also lofted up among the treetops, providing the perfect spot to sip a cup of hot tea or catch up with friends as the sun goes down.
- Deck or balcony
- Patio furniture
There is a minimum renting age of 21.
Pets are not permitted at this glamping property.
Location + Surroundings
Surrounded by lush grassy fields and forests in the south of Chile, this glamping site feels private and integrated with its natural surroundings while also being close to all of the conveniences of the nearby town of Puerto Varas. The property is situated in Chile’s Lake District, which boasts many breathtaking natural lakes, the closest of which is Lake Llanquihue. Puerto Varas is a charmingly unique town that blends the Chilean culture with its colonial German-style architecture and food. The town is a magnet for visitors who love outdoor adventures because it sits on the edge of Lake Llanquihue and overlooks two stunning, snow-capped volcanoes, Osorno and Calbuco, perfect spots for both water sports and hiking or climbing. Puerto Montt, a larger city that offers even more services, is a mere 15 miles to the south, and plenty of cozy lake towns are also nearby. This area truly has it all. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 30 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
- Bird watching
- Water sports
- Wildlife viewing
- Winter sports
While glampers may be content simply curled up with a good book and enjoying the tranquil views right out the window, there are so many places to discover in southern Chile. This area is known for its outdoor sports adventures, so guests will never be bored for a minute. The neighboring volcanoes, Osorno, Calbuco, and Tronador, all offer hiking, climbing, trekking, and canyoning for those looking for a truly authentic Chilean experience. Osorno even has ski slopes open during the winter months. Water lovers will also be in heaven as they kayak, canoe, fish, and water ski on Lake Llanquihue or one of the other nearby lakes. The local Petrohué River is a great place to try out white-water rafting. Not far away, the emerald-green Todos los Santos Lake offers spectacular views, while the Petrohué Falls hike leads to postcard-worthy waterfalls.
If visitors are seeking a more relaxed vacation, they can lie out along Lake Llanquihue’s beach, taste some of Puerto Varas’ traditional German dishes and craft beers, take trips to the close by towns like Frutillar and Puerto Octay, or take a peaceful walk through one of the area’s national parks.