Balmaceda Vacations & Travel Packages!
A Chilean village, Balmaceda is located south east of Coyhaique in Aysen Region. The first settlers in the village arrived in the early-20th century when they were expelled from Argentina as the borders between Chile and Argentina were drawn. The village is named after the Chilean president Jose Manuel Balmaceda. It was initially one of the largest inland settlements in Chile. The serenity and natural beauty of the village are the main reasons of attracting tourists.
Places of Interest in Balmaceda
Palena River is a beautiful water body and attracts nature lovers and photography freaks. The swinging of the tides in the sea is subject to the climate conditions. Visitors can enjoy natural vistas and can bask in the midst of serenity and natural beauty at the shores.
Streets of Sand
The streets of Balmaceda are made of sand and thus offer unique experience to travelers. The seafront street borders the channel and is sheltered by a row of myrtle trees. In addition, Sea at Balmaceda offers opportunity to visitors to enjoy recreational watercrafts that offer fishing tours.