The Petrohué Waterfalls are an important attractive tourist of the tenth region of Chile. Petrohué is an indigenous word that means "place of steaming", perhaps by the water steam that raises the jump of the Petrohué.
The Petrohué river is located in Chile in the province of Llanquihue
. In its course Jump of the Petrohué has a sector of imposing called water jumps, very visited by tourists. The Petrohue river is born in the lake All the Saints
and ends at the sea at the Estuary of the Reloncaví. During great part of his route Vicente runs through the National Park Perez Rosales.
This National Park is located in the Andes, in the Llanquihue Province, in Los Lagos Region of Chile, covers about 2,530 square kilometres. It was established in 1926 and is the oldest National Park of Chile and South America.
This park is adjoining the Nahuel Huapi National Park of Argentina. One of the highlights of the park is the Todos los Santos Lake
surrounded by stunning snow-capped volcanoes, among which are the Tronador, the Osorno
and the Puntiagudo.
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