Know Icalma Lagoon
With a 890 hectares of surface, Icalma Lagoon springs from the Bio Bio River. Located 1350 meters above sea level, the lagoon has grey sands and cold water. It has exhuberant vegetation with araucarias and ñirres forests. When it comes to fauna, you can find jergones ducks and taguas.
Attractions: Flora and fauna. Nice beaches.
Activities: Horseback ridings, high mountain tours, sport fishing, sailing, picnic, swimming, flora and fauna contemplation, photography.
How to get there: From Lonquimay: Land route, by Pino Hachado International Route.
From Melipeuco: Land route, by Icalma Custom Border.
From Curacautin Internacional Route -Pino Hachado International Route: Land route.
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: Housing, food, outdoor activities, camping.
Surroundings: Los Arenales Winter Center, Volcán Lonquimay Winter Center, Mesacura Hill, Colico Lake, Conguillío Lake, Arcoiris Lagoon, Galletue Lagoon, Malalcahuello, Conguillío National Park, Tolhuaca National Park, Alto Bío Bío National Reserve, Dillo River, Indio Waterfalls, Manzanar Springs, Llaima Volcano, Tolhuaca Volcano.