Hotel Costa del Mar

Juan Jose Mira 975, Puerto Montt, 5480000, Chile
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Forum Posts

One night in Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas?

by butron

My wife and I arrive in Puerto Montt this June 26th, 2007 in the morning. We plan to take the two-day lake crossing tour to Bariloche on the 27th. My questions are:
1. Should we spend the one night in Puerto Montt or in Puerto Varas? We are willing to pay up to $80 or so for the one hotel night and would like a nice, convenient location for one afternoon of touring. Any suggestions for hotel/hostel?
2. If you had one afternoon to spend in the area like us, what would you do? where would you go?

Thank you for the advice.

Re: One night in Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas?

by hmoitta

We prefered to stay one night in Petrohue, where you take the boat, you can go to see Osorno volcan and the Petrohue falls walking.There was only a hotel there, lodge style.

Re: One night in Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas?

by elpariente

I should stay in Puerto Varas
From here you may visit the frutillar around the lake and the Osorno ,though is not very near
Probaly next day the bus will pick up you in the hotel and thy will take you to
Perohue
Buen Viaje!!!!

Travel Tips for Puerto Montt

Cochayuyo y choros

by elpariente

En Angelmo se ven muchos puestos de cochayuyo y choros ahumados
"Cochayuyo" es un alga y su nombre proviene del Quechua , "Kochu"(laguna) y "Yuyu"(hortaliza)
El pueblo mapuche, especialmente los Lafkenche ("hombres de la costa"), han combinado, durante siglos, el cultivo de la tierra con la peligrosa "recolección" del Cochayuyo. Alcanzan hasta 15m de largo y se corta la base del alga de las rocas de los acantilados y se deja que sea la marea la que saque las algas a la orilla, donde será recogida y puesta a secar sobre las rocas.
In Angelmo you may see many stands where they sell cochayuyo and smoked choros
"Cochayuyo" is a weed and its name comes from the quechua , "Kochu"( lagoon) and "Yuyu"(vegetable)
THe mapuche people , mainly the Lafkenche ("men from the coast") , have combined during centuries , the land farming with the dangerous Cochayuyo"crop" . They reach up to 15m long and they cut by the base in the cliff rocks and they let that the tides take out the weeds to the shore , where they are collecting and putting to dry on the rocks

ancient anchors in the port of Puerto Montt

by globetrott

Dont miss this nice "monument" made of ancient anchors close to the port of Puerto Montt, just about 200 meters from the place, where you are leaving the port-area. 4 giant anchors of old cargo-ships are arranged there on the square, a great place for your children and maybe also a place to take a photograph when your cruiseship is anchored in the bay.

great excursions from Puerto Montt

by globetrott

Much more interesting than the town of Puerto Montt are the various excursions that you can start from there into the surrounding mountains.
When arriving by cruiseship there will be lots of taxi-drivers waiting for you at the pier, offering tours to see the Osorno and the National Park and all of the many lovely buildings built in the typical german style there. They have big poster with photos and maps, showing you where they will take you to and also indicate the prices for these tours.

PM a/to PN VII - P. Eden - Desembarco/Disembark

by elpariente

Cuando se llega a Puerto Edén se organiza gran jaleo con el desembarco que se hace en botes locales , de 20 o 30 pasajeros , que rodean el ferry , pero tienes que ponerte los chalecos salvavidas
When you reach Puero Edén everything becomes crazy with the disembark that is made in local boats for 20 t0 30 persons , that surround the ferry, but you must wear the lifejackets

Chile and wet in winter (excuse the pun)

by middleman

"Summary"

Weather - Yes, you guessed it, cold and wet in winter.

People - Warm and very friendly but I tend to find this wherever I go.

Time here: 2.5 weeks.

Scenary - Outstanding

Food - Fresh fish par excellence. Some excellent restaurants can easily be found.

Cost of living - Cheap

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