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Tuesday, 29 September 2009 13:01

Araucanía Region

The region has a transitional climate Mediterranean to temperate rainy. Recreational fishing activity is primarily focused on the salmons, although in the Malleco coastal province abounds the Argentine pejerrey, a shore mode fishing. The rivers are characterized by a slope east to west, generating a fast drainage, with a very dynamic landscape and continuous. The greatest concentration of tourism, thus, the greater range of hotels, is around the Villarrica Lake (or Mallolafken in mapudungun) focusing on  Pucón city, the main southern tourist destination and one of the most important in the country.


Referential Location

Toltén River

From Villarrica lake mouth to Teodoro Schmidt commune

Trancura River

From Puesco to Liucura join, Pucón commune

Liucura River

From Huife to Trancura join, Pucón commune

Conguillío y Verde Lake

In the Conguillí National Park, Curacautín y Melipeuco communes

Galletue e Icalma Lake

Lonquimay commune in La Fusta slope

Villarrica Lake

Villarrica and Pucón communes

Calafquén Lake

South Villarrica’s commune to south regional limit (XIV region)

Colico y Caburgua Lakes

Pucón and Cunco communes

Nigue Beach

Toltén commune in regional coastal south, near Queule creek

Bio-Bio River

From Nacimiento (Icalma and Galletue lakes) to Lonquimay commune limit regional with Bio-Bio Region

Angol Lakes

Tranques de riego interanual en la comuna de Angol, ubicados en predios privados

Reservoir irrigation yearly in Angol commune located on private premises

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