Cunco can be found 56 kilometers (35 miles) away from the city of Temuco, following the international route to the Icalma border crossing. It offers touristic attractions such as the Colico and the Caburgua lakes, in addition to the Allipén, Curaco, Trafanpulli, Rio Blanco and Huichahue rivers which, combined with the majesty of its mountain range and the warmth of their inhabitants make the Cunco a great commune to visit. Shaped by the force of nature, Cunco invites tourists to know each one of its corners, sites permeated with colonization history, the railroad and the culture of the Mapuche people.