Pucón-Puerto Varas                            9 days

This tour can be done from North to South (Pucón to Puerto Varas) or from South to North (Puerto Varas to Pucón).

If going from North to South – Pucón to Puerto Varas:


Arrival from Temuco Airport

- LODGING at Hotel in Pucón
- Dinner at Hotel in Pucón
- Bikes will be waiting for you at the hotel

Day 1

Pucón to Panguipulli - 74,5 kms

- LODGING at Hotel in Panguipulli
- Dinner at Hotel in Panguipulli
- BIKE RENTAL - bikes fully equipped
Day 2

Panguipulli to Los Lagos - 56,9 km

- Departure Panguipulli: (Breakfast included at lodging).

- LODGING at Hostel in Los Lagos
- Dinner at Hostel in Los Lagos
- BIKE RENTAL - bikes fully equipped
Day 3

Los Lagos to Futrono - 52,9 kms

- Departure Los Lagos: (Breakfast included at lodging)

- LODGING at Hostel in Futrono
- Dinner at Hostel in Futrono
- BIKE RENTAL - bikes fully equipped
Day 4

Futrono to Lago Ranco - 50,5 kms

- Departure Futrono: (Breakfast included at lodging)

- LODGING at Hostel in Lago Ranco
- Dinner at Hostel in Lago Ranco
- BIKE RENTAL - bikes fully equipped
Day 5

Lago Ranco to EntreLagos - 73,9 kms

- Departure Lago Ranco: (Breakfast included at lodging)

- LODGING at Hostel in EntreLagos
- Dinner at Hostel in EntreLagos
- BIKE RENTAL - bikes fully equipped
Day 6

EntreLagos to Puerto Octay - 57,1 kms

- Departure EntreLagos: (Breakfast included at lodging)

- LODGING at Hostel in Puerto Octay
- Dinner at Hostel in Puerto Octay
- BIKE RENTAL - bikes fully equipped
Day 7

Puerto Octay to Puerto Varas - 51 kms

- Departure Puerto Octay: (Breakfast included at lodging)

- LODGING at Hostel in Puerto Varas
- Dinner at Hostel in Puerto Varas
- BIKE RENTAL - bikes fully equipped
Drop off bikes at the hostel.
Day 8

Frutillar to Puerto Varas - 34 km

- Departure Frutillar: (Breakfast included at lodging)

- Frutillar to Puerto Varas

**** You can buy lunch in route

- LODGING Hotel in Puerto Varas

- Dinner at Hotel in Puerto Varas

- BIKE RENTAL - bikes fully equipped

Day 9


Drop off bikes at the hostel.

Day 9
USD 1900  | 1 person- single tourist 
USD 1700 EACH | 2 people
USD 1600 EACH | 3 – 4 people

self guided tour



LODGING 9 days: B&B, Hostel – Twin or Double Bed Rooms.
Breakfast: 9 days included
Dinner: 9 days Included at B&B and hostel

Bike rental: 8 days included.

Pick up bikes: at Hotel in Pucón

not included


– Airport transfer to Pucón (arrival from Temuco Airport)
– Airport transfer to El Tepual Airport in Puerto Montt (return to Santiago)
– Lunch each day.
– Guide

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Guided tours

DAY 1 – Arrival to Pucón from Temuco´s Airport (ZCO).

All domestic flights are operated by three local airline companies: Latam, Sky Airlines and JetSmart. At Temuco’s Airport, you can take the transfer to Pucón, it´s about 2 hours.

The shuttle companies at Temuco’s Airport are called TransAraucania and Survip. They have a counter at the airport and they offer regular and private shuttles to Pucón at $80.000 CLP.

This wonderful circuit can be done by pedaling for seven days, from North to South. This 7-day cycling adventure will take you to Chile’s Lake and Volcano District, you’ll discover a fascinating scenery: blue/green lakes, amazing active volcanoes, snow-capped peaks, green meadows and stunning lakes.

One of the greatest pleasures in life is traveling and seeing new places, and if you do it on a bicycle, the experience can be transformed into something different and unforgettable.

DAY 2 – Pucón to Panguipulli

From Pucón you will start cycling direction South East, you will discover El Carmelito and Los Chilcos Beaches on Lake Villarrica´s shore, start your cycling journey  heading to Panguipulli.

There are many cool things you can enjoy there, but be sure to stop at:

– Montaña Mágica Lodge,  nestled in the thick jungles of Chile’s Huilo Natural Reserve (home to the Huilo-Huilo Falls, Pudu, the world’s smallest deer species, and the longest zip line system in South America), the Montaña Mágica Lodge is a fantastical waterfall/hotel/volcano that looks like it was built by ambitious hobbits. 

– Termas Geometricas a Japanese-inspired labyrinth of hot springs that is hidden in the forest, a stunning maze of red planks that wind through the trees like something out of a mythological Japanese wonderland. Suspended over a flowing stream, the red  walkways leading to the various pools are made entirely of wood that stands out in stark contrast to the surrounding wilderness. There are 17 pools in total at the spa, each of them fed directly from a natural hot spring via wooden pipes that run beneath the walkways.

DAY 3 – Panguipulli to Los Lagos

The Panguipulli Lake is one of the Seven Lakes in the southern Chile. Of glacial origin, it is enclosed by mountain ranges of the Andes, on all sides except the west, where the town of Panguipulli lies in the Central Valley. The lake is drained by the Enco River that flows south to Riñihue Lake.

You will continue South East heading to Los Lagos. On your left side you will still see Lake Panguipulli and then, Lake Rinihue, Mocho Choshuenco Volcano, Huilo Huilo Reserve and San Pedro´s river will be following you on your right, parallel to T-39 road.

DAY 4 – Los Lagos to Futrono

Take T55 Route you will enjoy Mocho Choshuenco Volcano at your left and Lago Ranco at your righ side.

The commune of Futrono hugs the northern shore of Lake Ranco. The sister town of Ranco is opposite the lake, and both towns rest within the base of the Andes Mountains in the Region of Rivers of Chile. Futrono’s local ancestral culture is a mixture of Mapuches-Huilliches, whom still live in the commune to this day. “Huilliche” means “Southern people” in Mapundungun (the language of the Mapuche people).

The Huilliche people were experts in foraging, hunting, fishing and animal husbandry. These activities allowed them to live a majorly sedentary lifestyle, where they could focus on developing their culture principally in the arts (textiles and craftsmanship) and cuisine.

The Huilliches are geographically concentrated in lakes Maihue and Ranco, both located in the pre-mountain range of the Andes and connected through the Calcurrupe river.

In Futrono, one can enjoy the following activities:
• Canopy activities within nature.
• Trekking through natural trails.
• Horseback through natural trails.
• Recreational fishing and tourism, guests can also opt to fly fish! Among the main species that are abundant in the rivers in the area we can find Rainbow Trout, Cold Trout, Perca Trucha, and the Chilean Silverside.


DAY 5 – Futrono to Lago Ranco

Lago Ranco may not be as popular as other cities in Chile, but don’t let that fool you. Lago Ranco is a smaller but beautiful upcoming tourist destination that is worth a visit. You will be surprised by some of the unique things to do and places you can explore at this hidden destination.

You might wish to revisit it someday again, to take a break and relax at Lago Ranco.

If you have plans to visit Chile and are not sure if Lago Ranco should be included in your itinerary, keep reading. In this list, we have put together some of the things to do in Lago Ranco and around. We have a hunch that if you include this city in your travel plans, you will be thrilled you did so:

Climb Cerro Mayo, have lunch at Restaurant El Mesón del Caulle, horse riding at Caulle volcano, lava trails at Futangue Park, visit Huapi island, fishing at Rio Bueno, kayaking Calcurrupe river, 

DAY 6 – Lago Ranco to EntreLagos

Entre Lagos is a small and picturesque village on the shores of Lake Puyehue. Ideal for fly-fishing, strolling along its streets or watching its colorful houses. And, of course, eating salmon.

Lake Puyehue is one of the most beautiful water mirrors in Chile. It occupies a surface of a hundred and twenty square kilometers, which lodges Cui Cui and Fresia Islands inside.

Tourist resorts, coquettish inns and some restaurants that have managed to incorporte the beauty of the lake into the diverse environments visited by the tourists lie along its shores.

Sunrise and sunset on the lake are simply unique shows presented by nature everyday, available for everyone who wishes to attend. Puyehue National Park is one of Chile’s best-organized National parks, offering a variety of trails to suit all levels, well-placed park information centers, lodging, camping, restaurants, and hot springs. 

DAY 7 – EntreLagos to Puerto Octay

Puerto Octay, the history of ancient architecture that dwells with denizens used to paying tribute to their German origins is seen on every sidewalk, the city may not welcome the same number of tourists as the adjoining districts resting on the shores of Lake Llanquihue.

Nevertheless, it is becoming more and more famous for its beautiful natural scenes, its origins and its water and outdoor activities. Be sure to search for The Sentinel Bay, it has one of the best views of the area.

Then continue to Frutillar  a rich example of the lovely architecture popular with German immigrants to the Lago Llanquihue area, and both boast dynamite views of the Osorno and Calbuco volcanoes. Apart from all this scenic beauty, there are a few museums documenting German immigration in the area.

DAY 8 – Puerto Octay to Frutillar

If you continue the tour around the lake, now heading south, along a paved road, the panoramic view is unforgettable, as you can see three volcanoes, Osorno, Puntiagudo and Calbuco.

Reaching Frutillar with German-style buildings, a perfect place to taste the delicious German kuchens on most of the restaurants that are on the coastal avenue.
Every year between January 27 and February 5 a classical music festival takes place, an occasion in which the city dresses up to welcome tourists from all over the world who come to enjoy the show.

DAY 9 – Frutillar to Puerto Varas

You will continue along the coastal road reachingone of the most beautiful beaches of the zone: Totoral, located 5 km north of Llanquihue.

Then you will reach the town of Llanquihue, which receives its name from the homonymous lake and this, in turn, from the Mapuche and is composed of llancln (“to be hidden”, “to get lost”, “to fall”) and we (“place”), which could be translated into Spanish as “sunken place”, or “hidden place”.

And then back to Puerto Varas, where your journey began. you will arrive to your final destination: Puerto Varas.


This is a Self Guided Tour, with no Guide.

We rent you the bikes, give you maps and take care of lodging and dinner