City of Tourism
If you're striving for some peace and quiet, looking to set up camp for a few months in the middle of nowhere, with Spanish spoken to you day, noon and night, and with llamas for company, Pucón might not tick the right boxes. Alright, maybe the llama one at the very least. A huge tourist spot/haven/hell (you decide), this Southern town in the middle of Patagonia greets thousands of tourists each year, especially during the summer months in the Southern hemisphere, and over the Easter break. But (and this is a mighty But
) you've only got to look around you to see why. Some come here for the nightclubs, others the cheap hostels, but by and large, the majority of Brazilians, Argentinians, Americans (the list goes on...) hot-step it to this enclave to see the magnificent sights – a huffing and puffing and I'll-blow-smoke-rings-every-now-and-then volcano, a huge lake and some of the most stunning landscapes known to man just happen to all be, well, right here.