This eco-conscious lodging and camping located next to the Cochamó River surrounded by forest and mountains is run by its owners, Paula and Pavel, a very friendly Chilean-Chek couple. They have created a great base for nature lovers, climbers, fishermen and everybody who want to experience Cochamó Valley. If you stay here, you can also opt to leave your car for free if your plans take you a few nights hiking deeper into Cochamó Valley.
At La Frontera you can enjoy various delicacies such as homemade pizzas, cakes and pies, breakfast and dinner, they also have a rich variety of teas and coffee. Their special of the day varies daily. They also offer bio-magnetic therapy, relaxation and detoxification programs.
42,000 pesos (~USD$62) private room w/ shared bath.
5,000 pesos (~USD$7) camping per person.
Breakfast included in price.
*They offers lower prices outside of summer.
Where: Just southwest of town, and before crossing the Cochamó-River bridge heading into the valley. Continue up approximately 8 kilometers up and look for a white house on your right. It’s also just 500 meters from La Junta’s trailhead.