Natural inspiration

In an area of 31,842.3 km², similar to the size of Belgium, La Araucanía concentrates surprising and representative landscapes of Chile, such as snow-capped volcanoes and lakes in which its silhouettes reflect, next to that of the araucaria or pehuén, as the town calls Mapuche to this tree with a unique umbrella-shaped canopy, and which has resisted for millions of years the rigor of the volcanic force and the extreme conditions in which it grows.