Huilo Huilo covers about 100,000 hectares of practically virgin Valdivian rainforest that are home to many endangered species. It is no rarity to find puma tracks in the snow or mud while hiking in the park. The trees hang full of beautiful Copihues, Chile’s national flower. A project intended to protect the endangered Huemuls, a small endemic deer, assists in conservation efforts to build up their population. Furthermore, the local people benefit from the park through educational projects, environmental protection, and work opportunities.
Huilo Huilo stands out with seemingly magical hotels which fit perfectly into the deep forest and enchant Chileans and foreigners alike. If you would like your client to experience this fairy tale place, please do not hesitate to contact us.