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Villarrica Volcanic Caves

Mount Villarica, Pucon, Chile
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Had a great day at the caves. The guide's English wasn't the best but he made a real effort to... read more

Reviewed September 8, 2017
DAM79
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brisbane
via mobile
Nice Caves :)

In the same way to the Villarrica Volcano, you can find this cave. The guide over there is so nice... read more

Reviewed July 18, 2017
yuryc_torres
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Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile
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  • Average13%
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Mount Villarica, Pucon, Chile
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Reviewed September 8, 2017 via mobile

Had a great day at the caves. The guide's English wasn't the best but he made a real effort to communicate as best he could and his English was better then my Spanish so I appreciated the effort and we understood all the main points....More

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Reviewed July 18, 2017

In the same way to the Villarrica Volcano, you can find this cave. The guide over there is so nice and he will explain how this cave was formed due the Eruption of the volcano and the effect of the magma. At the end of...More

Thank yuryc_torres
Reviewed April 5, 2017

Whilst visiting family in Santiago November 2016 we decided to visit Villarrica, Pucon for a 4 days to take in some of the scenery. If like me you live in the UK the best way I can describe Pucon is the Lake District x100. Pucon...More

1  Thank JBs_Adventures
Reviewed October 31, 2016 via mobile

Although the caves are a nice place to visit, the entrance is 18000 pesos wich I consider is a shame of price and only shows the greed of the owner. There are plenty other nicer places to visit in Pucon.

3  Thank DanielEH81
Reviewed September 19, 2016 via mobile

Pay 18.000 Chilean pesos per person. Cave is interesting. Tour is short. Only 500meters. The guide didn't explain much. Our group didn't feel it was worth 18k each.

1  Thank Chris L
Reviewed April 19, 2016

these caves are very beautiful, amazing what nature can do it, we enjoyed, I recommend this place, if you like interesting things

1  Thank janehri14147
Reviewed March 23, 2016

Spent part of a day traveling to these caves. Our guidebook stated they would be 6,000 Chilian, however when arriving it was $18,000 Chilian. Ugh! After the travel we decided to visit. I was given a helmet that was way too big. The guide took...More

4  Thank lieibr
Reviewed March 14, 2016

My kids loved going into this cave. My older kid became very interested in all the geological information given by the guide. I also took my smaller child (2 yrs) maybe a bit small for this still.

1  Thank AndreaASantiago
Reviewed December 6, 2015

The Volcanic caves are closed because the eruptions in march. There are a lot of damages. In Pucon you can order a guide or .... go for your own with your own risk. Impressively, the lava caves - dark, damp, do not forget a flashlight....More

Thank seppes403
Reviewed December 3, 2015

Before the Villarica volcano make eruption on March of 2015, this was a great place to visit and have a real view of the caves

1  Thank Martín K
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There are a lot of activities to do. Summer: You have 7 lakes near to go, aquatic sports, visit national parks "Huerquehue" for example, visit Mapuche (natives) communities and taste their food and know their customs, go to... More
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