Brave Riders at the Mapuche Loom Festival
Attending rodeo and criollo skill events is a way of getting deep into the rural culture. The Mapuche Loom Festival gathers significance and attendants year after year...
Caviahue and its Fighting Trout
Though Caviahue is not famous as a fishing environment, it bears plenty of trout. Small, medium-sized and struggling, they will put up a fight whenever an angler tries to catch them.
Mapuche Summer Cattle Transhumance in Caviahue
There is no doubt this is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the area. It is extraordinary to see how the primitive peoples continue to live in brotherhood with nature, just like their ancestors did.
Pino Hachado to Lonquimay - El Manzanar Hot Springs
Leave from Copahue to Loncopue, the closest village to Caviahue, come down the Andes, take national route 23 to Las Lajas and from there take national route 22 to Paso Pino Hachado, situated at 1884 m...
Sunset at Lake Hualcupén
Very close to Caviahue, following a secondary road, a magical spot is accessed. The surrounding mountains and the community that lives there in the summer are reflected on the small lake of crystal-clear waters.