The most native South The most native South – Futangue Park

The most native South

Futangue Park, located at Ranco lake Southeast basin, was opened to the public five years ago as a nature reserve with a hundred kilometers of trails that goes through native forests, lagoons, lava fields, waterfalls and wonderful natural landscapes.

Starting this summer, the park also has a hotel with 16 rooms, designed by the architects Ignacio Cruz and Tomás Franke, both from the firm Sur Realista.

Read the full article by María Cecilia de Frutos (Available in Spanish only)

Texto, María Cecilia de Frutos D.  – Producción, Carolina Ovalle N. – Fotografías, Viviana Morales R.

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Dear Guest

We want to surprise you with different alternatives for a unique experience, according to your needs and expectations:

– Best guaranteed rate
– Personalized experience
– We answer your questions quickly

Included with each reservation:

Park entrance.

Daily breakfast in our Restaurant.

Use of Wi-Fi and common areas of the hotel.

You are welcome!