The South comprises the regions of Bío-Bío, Araucanía, Aisén, Magallanes and the region of

Los Lagos. This area is one of the most heterogeneous in terms of its landscapes and the performance of its activities. It has a more humid climate and its relief is covered of extensive forests and numerous Lakes.

This area is characterized by a high rate of rainfall and low temperatures in the winter, in the southern the climate becomes more rainy and icy. In summer, the south is usually hot but with rainfall all year round.

The most characteristic landscapes are the Laguna de la Laja National Park, Antuco Volcano (one of the most popular destinations for skiers in this region), Llaima Volcano, the National Park Conguillío, the National Park Tolhuaca, and the National Park Huerquehue (innumerable lagoons, lush vegetation, and hot springs).

Among the most important ski centers in the area are the “Villarrica-Pucón” and “Antillanca” centers.

It should be noted that this area of southern Chile is characterized by innumerable lakes and resorts. In many of these lakes you can practice fishing activity.