Know Budi Lake
With 70 squared kilometers of surface, Bidu Lake has salty waters that allow singular flora and fauna to live and inhabit it. Black-neck swans, seagulls and shrimps are part of this habitat, that's an important source of water for the mapuche people that live nearby. Its topography (with islands and peninsulas) permits to practice fly fishing and other aquatic activities.
Attractions: Flora and fauna. Cultural interest zone.
Activities: Flora and fauna contemplation, photography.
How to get there: Land route, by road that connects Temuco, Nueva Imperial, Carahue and Puerto Saavedra.
When to go: All year long.
Weather: Rainy, moderate weather. This weather features rain all year long; in the interior, the temperature oscillates between day and night time. In the high lands there´s a cold weather.
Services: Outdoor activities.
Surroundings: Budi Lake, Ñielol Hill Natural Monument, Ruka de Cholchol, Temuco, Toltén Viejo.