The Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park is the oldest park in Chile and is part of the reserve of the biosphere forests temperate rainforests of the Andes Australes. It is located in the Lakes Region, 60 kilometers from Puerto Varas.

Vicente Pérez Rosales national park was created in 1926, and as such, it is the oldest park in the country. It has a surface area of 251,000 hectares and is situated in one of the most privileged zones in the country.

Its most important attractions are its volcanoes and mountains, great forests of native trees, and one of the most beautiful and virgin lakes in the south of Chile: the lake Todos Los Santos.

This diverse landscape and the dominant presence of its volcanoes, has turned this park into one of the principal destinations in the region of Los Lagos. Within its limits, the visitor can not only observe the incredible landscape, but also walk and observe the flora and fauna, enjoy thermal baths, ski, take a boat ride and go fishing, amongst many other activities.

Vicente Perez Rosales National Park map