Huilo Huilo Reserve:
The Huilo Huilo Reserve is a private conservation initiative encompassing 100,000 hectares of native forest.
The Reserve was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2007 and has received many international awards as an environmental conservation tourism destination.
The Reserve features the Mosho-Choshuenco Volcano, the Huilo Huilo Waterfall, Lake Pirihueico, and the Huemul Conservation Center (the Huemul is the world’s most southern deer species and Chile’s national animal).
The Reserve’s three beautifully designed, world-class hotels are located a mere 600 meters from the Canopy Village campsite.