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.
6 km from Icalma, we find this place, amazing for its natural beauty, where visitors will be captivated by the hillsides, volcano (of the same name), lakes , lagoons and forests right in the middle of Pehuenche territory.
In the commune of Lonquimay, we find the ancestral territories of Icalma, Cruzaco and Quinquen. With the service of guided tours it is possible to live through a unique experience full of cultural identity content in which tourists are offered a sample of their traditions and the possibility to learn about the world view of the Pehuenche people.