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Coyhaique is located in the east side of the Andes and it`s one of the most important cities in the region.

Coyhaique is the capital of the region and a turistic and natural attraction refuge. There's plenty of technology, ready to work for its 40,000 inhabitants

Surrounded by hills, the city combines metropolitan characteristics with evergreen forests and park fauna.


Modern and tradicional architecture. In the west side of the Simpson river you can find “La Piedra del Indio” (The Indian Stone), a human profile made of an erosioned rock. The city is surrounded by Cinchao, Divisadero and Mackay hills, and it`s cross by Coyhaique and Simpson rivers.


Hiking, trekking, bicycles riding, horseback riding, sport fishing, kayak, picnic, flora and fauna contemplation, photography.


Eleventh region, Coyhaique City.

How to get there?

Santiago-Puerto Montt: Land route and airway

Puerto Montt-Coyhaique: Land route through Alto Coyhaique Route from Argentina

Puerto Montt-Puerto Chacabuco: Seaway

Puerto Chacabuco-Coyhaique: Land route

Puerto Montt-Balmaceda: Airway

Balmaceda-Coyhaique: Land route

Chaiten-Coyhaique: Land route by Austral Route

When to go?

All year long


Housing, food, cafeteria, transportation, museums, camping


Piedra del Indio, Coyhaique National Reserve, Elizade lake, La Paloma lake, Riesco lake, Patagonia Regional Museum, Puerto Aisen, Lo Castillo National Reserve, Simpson River National Reserve, Simpson River, Seis Lagunas area.

Some featured hotels in Coyhaique

  • Mincho

    Designed for fishermen who travel to the Coyhaique area, Micho’s Lodge is located near that city, in front of the Simpson River, known for its big trouts and for its beautiful scenery. The hotel has eight double rooms wich have…

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