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Rivers? Yes. Mountains? We are surrounded by glorious mountain ranges. Lakes? We have deep green and blue lakes. You choose. Futaleufú is a true paradise for lovers of outdoor activities. You could spend weeks hiking, rafting, fly fishing, or swimming. 

Rafting on the Futaleufu River


Come and discover one of the best rivers in the world for rafting. Surrounded by a stunning landscape with mountains, forests and overhanging glaciers, the turquoise waters of “FUTA” will make you fall in love with this beautiful corner of Patagonia.

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The flat waters of the Espolón River are ideal for beginners or families who want to enjoy a memorable and enjoyable experience without having to face challenging rapids. Specially designed for families and children.

Don Beni Futaleufu


At Don Beni's farm, adults and children can follow a bit of the Patagonian field routine. He and his partner, Hernan, take care of the land and the animals themselves, using age-old cultivation techniques, without a single drop of pesticides. Ducks, turkeys, pigs, goats, sheep, rabbits, alpacas, dogs and cats - all raised free and with lots of love.

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At the Rio Futaleufú farm, we produce the honey we consume. In this activity, guests are invited to visit the apiary to understand a little about the life cycle of bees, pollination, management and the importance of these insects for our planet. The teacher is Gabriela, a beekeeper with many years of experience.

Fly fishing at PATA


The experience of fishing in these clean and translucent waters is like no other. We are in one of the most beautiful regions of Chilean Patagonia for fly fishing. You can spot a profusion of trout, mainly rainbow and brown, just relaxing on the banks of a river or lake in the region.

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If you are looking for a perfect adventure for the whole family, ziplining is the best choice. Called “canopy” in Chile, the zip line is set up between and over the treetops, in six different sections of a forest of cypresses and coihues. It's an exciting way to explore Futaleufú's flora and fauna.

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Trekking is one of the best ways to get a closer look at the exuberant fauna and flora of this region of Patagonia. Futaleufú has several routes and guarantees unforgettable moments of immersion in protected nature.

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This activity allows the visitor to contemplate the incredible landscape that surrounds the crystalline waters of Lake Lonconao: wild beaches, snowy mountains and an impressive diversity of colors.

Cavalgana PATA El Azul


Led by excellent local guides, you will live an unforgettable adventure through the most beautiful landscapes of southern Chile. It is also an opportunity to learn a little about the history and culture of the “gauchos” of Patagonia.



An experience full of adrenaline. You will go down canyons and narrow rivers with little water flow and a steep slope, where you overcome obstacles using different techniques - with the help of only your body, clothes and climbing equipment.

Kayak on the Futaleufú River


Personalized lessons are offered for those ​​ interested in learning this extreme sport, including theory, paddling techniques and how to roll in a kayak.

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