Located: 151km South-east from Chaiten
Futaleufu is situated up in the mountains only 10km from the border with Argentina and beside the famous Futaleufu river. It is a small village surrounded by mountains and unspoilt, natural beauty. It is well known as a base from which to raft the Futaleufu, one of World’s most challenging rivers for rafting down the rapids.
Futaleufu offers a base from which to relax and enjoy mother nature in a very remote “corner” of the World. Typically, this is a place sought after by those wishing to pursue activities such as trekking, zip wire, horse-riding, bird watching, fly fishing, canyoning and white-water rafting.
The village is surrounded by nature. Apart from the famous Futaleufu river, known for its challenging white water rafting, there is also the Lonconao Lake and the Espolon river and lake, both of which are ideal for trout fishing.