Today’s full-day adventure begins with a scenic ride past dairy farms scrolling out from the southern shore of Lake Llanquihue. Our destination is Vicente Peres Rosales, Chile’s oldest national park and the home to the Valdivian temperate rainforest and three volcanoes. Here, we visit Petrohue Rapids, one of the most famous landmarks of the Chilean Lakes District, and enjoy a nature walk through woodlands dense with bright orange myrtle, Chilean firebush, and hazel. Hummingbirds proliferate here. Keep your eyes open for the variety of other birds and wildlife that inhabit the area. We enjoy a tasty lunch at a scenic fishing lodge before heading back to the hotel for an evening at leisure. Or, for the more adventurous traveler, get even closer to nature as you join an exciting optional kayak tour. Cultural Discovery: We’ll stop at the Antonio Felmer Museum, which chronicles the history of German immigration in Chile. Working farm implements, antique furniture, housewares, textiles, and more shed light on the lives of these hardy 19th-century settlers.