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  • Buses for the El Cañi natural reserve and the hotsprings of Peumayén, Quimey-Co, Huife and Los Pozones leave from Terminal Pullman on Palguín street, alsmost on the corner of Uruguay street.

  • There are three main routes towards Pucón

    • From the North - from Santiago or Concepción passing Temuco, Freire and Villarrica
    • From the South - from Puerto Montt or Valdivia passing Loncoche and Villarrica
    • From the East (Argentina) - from San Martín de los Andes crossing the Mamuil-Malal-Pass (also called Tromen-Pass)

    The first two roads are entirely paved and in good condition, the Panamerican has highway standard. Total distance Santiago – Pucón is 789 kilometres, it is about a nine-hours-driv

    The international connection is a gravel road for about 100 kilometres. There is no problem in summer for any vehicle, but in winter you may need a 4WD.

  • Many travelers want to continue to Argentina after visiting Pucón. Bus tickets for Argentina can be bought from a small shop on the corner of Uruguay and Palguin street.

    Traveling from Pucón to San Martin de los Andes:

    From monday to saturday you can take a bus of Igi-Llaima that leaves Pucón at 09:45 (via paso Mamuil Malal) and arrives in San Martin de los Andes at around 15:00 in the afternoon. On sunday the bus leaves from Pucón around 12:15 and arrives in San Martin de los Andes around 17:00.