Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve La Montaña Mágica Lodge
In Chile's remote Patagonia Andes, Huilo Huilo — a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve — is practicing sustainable conservation through community development programs and tourism. Among the accommodations for adventurous travelers are a lodge shaped like a mushroom, rustic cabins, tree house cottages and La Montaña Mágica Lodge. Reached by a rope bridge, this unusual volcano-shaped lodging features water cascading down its sides rather than lava. Visitors can choose standard rooms or suites (on the ground level), all built by local craftsmen, with walls, floors and ceilings made of native wood. Naturally heated bathtubs are crafted from ancient tree trunks, and rates include a welcome drink and buffet breakfast. Along with creature comforts such as a spa with a pool, saunas and massage, the vast property offers a wealth of activities, from trekking to mountain biking to the thermal baths of Pirihueico Lake.
To book your remote lodge vacation, visit La Montaña Mágica Lodge's official website