Famous for being scattered with hundreds of lakes, lagoons and far-reaching forests the Lake District are simply picture perfect. The regions are popular travel destinations thanks not only to the idyllic scenery but also for the irresistible combination of available outdoor activities such as kayaking, bird-watching, climbing, bicycling, canopy, and much more. Countless nature reserves, snow-capped volcanoes, waterfalls, beaches and an assortment of flora and fauna abound.
In addition the areas are home to the indigenous native Mapuches. Having defended their land and rights for centuries they have and continue today to play an important role in the shaping of Chile and its culture. German and European immigrant settlers also helped form the influences of the regions, having arrived in the early 1850s. Today equally the cultures can been seen thought the architecture, cuisine and traditions.