Montaña Mágica Lodge at Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve

Montaña Mágica Lodge at Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve

Michelle Chin
Dec 12, 2011

Deep in the cloud-shrouded Andes of Patagonia lies a magical lodge within the Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve. Located on 100,000 hectares of native forest, the lodge was built by craftsmen of the surrounding communities and Puerto Fuy Neltume.

Reminiscent of a Hobbit home and built out of natural elements, the conical-shaped building features a waterfall erupting out of the top, a wood suspension bridge and luxurious accommodations, providing a once-in-a-lifetime getaway in a fantastic rainforest setting. There are even tubs made from ancient, found tree trunks! The Chilean rainforest is a world heritage site and the utmost care is taken with the surrounding environs. The origins of the forest date back 12,000 years when much of the territory was covered by ice.

For more information or reservations: Huilo Huilo - Montaña Mágica Lodge

(Images: Huilo Huilo)

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