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General information about Puerto Fuy

The town of Puerto Fuy is situated on the shores of Lake Pirehueico, XIV region (the rivers region) in Chile.

  • Population:
    1.205 (2002)
  • Municipality:
  • Time zone:
    Chilean Standard (UTC-4 hours)
    Summer (DST) Chilean Daylight (UTC-3 hours)
  • Area code:
    Country + town = 56 + 63
  • Coordinates:
    Latitude: -39.86667
    Longitude: -71.9
    Latitude (DMS): 39° 52' 0 S
    Longitude (DMS): 71° 54' 0 W
Location & Directions
How to get to Puerto Fuy?
The quickest way to get there is by plane from Santiago de Chile to Temuco.
From there you can rent a vehicle at the airport and travel 208 miles (335km.) to Puerto Fuy.
You will ride along the South Panamerican highway to the town of Lanco then turn in the direction of Panguipulli and then take the road to Neltume and Puerto Fuy.

By car, from Santiago, take Route 5 going South and travel up to Lanco south of Temuco, continue in the direction of Panguipulli and take the road to Neltume and Puerto Fuy.

Travelling by bus is an excellent alternative. In Santiago you can take a bus in the "Terminal Sur" heading toward Panguipulli and then take a taxi to Puerto Fuy.

Other alternatives are to travel via Pucon, Villarrica and Licanray.

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The weather in Puerto Fuy
Mon. 02  max. 19°C
Tue. 03  min. 9°C
max. 20°C
Wed. 04  min. 7°C
max. 23°C
Thu. 05  min. 5°C
max. 24°C
Fri. 06  min. 6°C
max. 25°C
Marina del Fuy Lodge

Located on the shores of the lake and surrounded by volcanoes and mountainous peninsulas populated with native flora and fauna, the exuberant nature of the place creates an atmosphere ideal for a comfortable almost magical stay.
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Cascade International Cycling Tour

Cycling the Lake District
For 12 days you will be visiting protected wild areas and observe endemic birds, learn about some of the most active Chilean volcanoes, and hike through native temperate rain forest.
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Crossing the Pirihueico Lake in kayak

Duration: 4 days 3 nights.
Pirihueico Lake is one of "The Seven Lakes" in southern Chile. The lake is of glacial origin and it is enclosed by mountain ranges of the Andes.
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Rafting and Trekking in the area

Rucapillan expeditions provides guided trekking tours (including volcano ascents) in the area as well as rafting on the Fuy river.
Grade of Difficulty: Class III-IV (scale I-VI), no previous experience necessary.
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