Located in a private nature reserve in northern Chilean Patagonia, Futangue was designed with the environment in mind.

The wood interiors and huge glass windows mean that guests feel immersed in nature even from inside the lodge. Guests will find themselves spoiled with the views and activities on offer.

What we love about Futangue

  • The location – Futangue is found within one of the most biodiverse forests in the world, the Valdivian, and just outside of the volcanic Puyehue National Park
  • Situated at the foot of the Andes, Futangue boats incredible views across the surrounding mountains
  • The 16 rooms, all full of natural light and colourful textiles inspired by local artists and the Mapuche culture
  • The cosy living room with a grand stone fireplace
  • The proximity to the stunning Lake Ranco
  • The restaurant, El Mesón del Caulle, that serves traditional Patagonian cuisine
What to do at Futangue

Futangue offers a huge array of activities to keep guests busy during their stay. Explore the nearby volcanic Puyehue National Park, and behold some spectacular flora and fauna.

Choose from hiking through lush meadows, mountain biking, riding, kayaking on Lake Ranco, climbing volcanoes, and fishing. For your cultural fix, visit charming local villages. During the winter it’s possible to snowshoe through snow covered forests.

After a busy day of adventuring, make the most of Futangue’s indoor and outdoor pools, sauna, and expansive menu of spa treatments.


Futangue is located in a private nature reserve, in northern Chilean Patagonia.

There are direct flights from Santiago to Osorno, and the drive to Futangue takes approximately an hour and a half. It’s also possible to fly to Puerto Montt, Valdivia, or Temuco, and then transfer on to the lodge.

to Travel

Futangue can be visited year round, although the weather will be warmest from December through to April. Each season at the lodge offers a different landscape and varied excursions.



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