It is also known as Lago Esmeralda (emerald lake); its origin comes from a glacier and is located in the National Park Vicente Pérez Rosales.
It is one of the tourist attractions of the Lonquimay commune. Its Mapudungun name means “Espejo de Agua” (Mirror of Water), due to the reflection of the hills on its body of water, located at 1.350 meters high.
At 2.003 meters above sea level, it is an active volcano located at the southwest of Llanquihue Lake. It’s a favorite attraction for those who enjoy the high mountain and mountain climbing.
This wonderful valley composed of sedimentary rocks intervened by various minerals is located 17 km from the center of San Pedro. Its particular stone and sand formation has a similitude with the moon surface and natural coliseum of big dimensions.
With a height of 5.916 meters, this volcano is located on the border between Bolivia and Chile, and can be seen far of the city of San Pedro. The volcano is part of the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve, which is every year visited by different tourists of the world.
It is considered as one of the biggest tourist attractions of San Pedro because it is deep into a blue sky landscape, the white of the salt, the sky-blue of the water and the pink of the flamingos that arrive to the place to eat. Located 28 km inside the city of Atacama…
This amazing salt flat is located 200 km from San Pedro de Atacama, at an altitude of 4.280 meters on the Chilean high plateau. Its landscape seems surrealistic because the colors, shades and tones of the red mountainous reliefs or the turquoise green of the lagoon…