Top 6 Things to do in Curarrehue, Chile

April 8, 2018 Velvet Mowry

Curarrehue (Spanish pronunciation: [kuɾaˈrewe]) is a town and commune in Cautín Province of Araucanía Region, Chile. The origin of Curarrehue dates back to the occupation of Araucanía and the Conquest of the Desert by the Chilean and Argentine army respectively in the 1870s and 1880s when Mapuches were pushed by the Argentine Army through Mamuil Malal Pass into the valley of Curarrehue where they settled.
Restaurants in Curarrehue

1. Ecuestrian Experience

Curarrehue 4910000, Chile +56 9 7644 9995
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Ecuestrian Experience

SAN PEDRO Equestrian Center HORSE BACKRIDING: in the Andean native forest trails, private field of more than 250 hectares, great viewa from the volcanoes: Lanin, Quinquili, Quetrupillán and Rucapillán also Curarrehue Valley Duration: 3 hrs MAX. RIDING LESSONS: For adults and children from 5 years Beginners classes, jumping pony / horse, baby pony, care and handling. Duration: Time and a half (1 1/2)

Reviewed By mktaylor50 - London, United Kingdom

A small, well equipped stable with riding trails into the most amazing scenery climbing up to panoramic views of 4 volcanoes. The horses are very well cared for and the ones chosen for us as "novices" were easygoing. Our guide Corina who runs the business...MoreThanks Matt for your visit and great spirit for the activity. Hope you¨are doing well on your trip, best regards . Corina and Matías

2. Rutas Ancestrales Araucarias

Plaza de Kurarewe, Curarrehue, Chile
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Rutas Ancestrales Araucarias

Reviewed By JButry - Algarrobo, Chile

Zuerst besuchten wir das Museum Mapuche in Curarrehue sehr interessant und aufschlussreich, leider war der Verkauf von Artesanales geschlossen, dann erkundigten wir uns nach der Pasarela ueber den Fluss Balsa, den wir nach einigen Irrfahrten ueber Caminos rurales endlich fanden beeindruckt von der Hoehe ca 100 m ueber den reißenden Fluss

3. Centro Ecuestre San Pedro

Km. 5.5 Camino a Panqui, Curarrehue, Chile +56 9 7644 9995
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Centro Ecuestre San Pedro

Reviewed By marcelo v

Un excelente Panorama para conocer los volcanes, cabalgando por un hermoso bosque, guiados por un equipo muy profesional y orientado al visitante. Más que una cabalgata, una experiencia en sí misma llena de aprendizaje.

4. Santuario el Cani

Pucon, Chile +56 9 9837 3928
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4.5 based on 172 reviews

Santuario el Cani

Si Es Posible, Incluyan Este Santuario De La Naturaleza, Es Un Lugar Soñado, Ideal Para La Gente Que Gusta Del Montañismo

Reviewed By faggio58 - Milan, Italy

It’s required a good physical condition to enjoy this splendid track which conducts through a beautiful forest with lenga trees and aurucarias 40 meters tall. The final point consents a fantastic view. Better in a clear day but I made it in a (relatively) cloudy day with full satisfaction.

5. Turismo Limayco

Avenida Ohiggins, Curarrehue, Chile
Turismo Limayco

6. Salto El Leon

Pucon, Chile
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Salto El Leon

Reviewed By huys25 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands

For this Leon Waterfalls you need to pay a small entry fee for the construction and maintenance of the walkways. At this location there is a full size restaurant next to the parking. The water fall has a distinctive step and is the largers in water volume of the three in the region.

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