Montaña Mágica Lodge

Montaña Mágica Lodge, also known as Magic Mountain Lodge, is located within Huilo Huilo, a 232 square mile natural reserve in southern Chile. Covered in rainforest moss and vines, this manmade volcano-like structure spews water and is only accessible by a monkey bridge. And if this isn’t sufficiently magical and surreal, outside are hot tubs, carved from hollowed out tree trunks, with ideal vantage points for wildlife sightings. Honestly? WTF.

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  1. looool so dreamy! multistorey hobbit house or something! 🙂
    xo, Betül

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  2. christin wrote:

    Ok, I’m booking my trip right now. This is just amazing.

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  3. Nomadic D wrote:

    Unreal. Seriously, how do you guys find this stuff?

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  4. L. Figment wrote:

    Literally amazing.

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  5. Nadi Dodi wrote:

    I’m putting this place on my list of destinations to visit! Love it.

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  6. Nikki wrote:

    You’ve got to be kidding me. I mean, seriously —- this can’t be real. It’s too amazing. I wish I had known about this place when I was booking my honeymoon! It’s now officially on my destination radar! Such a magical find!

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  7. Zane wrote:

    wow this is simply stunning

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  8. That is incredible. It looks straight out of a fairy tale.

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  9. Yes it is very fairy tale like. Love the detail of the windows.

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  10. ashley wrote:

    this is unreal! i need to go here!!! 🙂
    {a {little} dash of ash}

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  11. kate wrote:

    WHOA! That is so cool. I love the pic of it in the snow.

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  12. Aja Lake wrote:

    how ‘romantical’! <3

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  13. Jessie wrote:

    is this real life? shit is crazy! love it.
    xx, http://wordbyjessie.com/

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  14. Melissa wrote:

    This is one of our national treasures, and not to much people knows about it here in Chile. I have been there, and it’s magic. There’s no other word. Expensive, but magic.

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  15. Ohhh wow, like a dream… lovely

    XO Charlotte
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  16. This might be the most incredible space I’ve ever seen!

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  17. WHAT IN THE WHAT?! Beyond…….

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  18. maggie wrote:

    I want to go there….wtf!

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  19. That is one amazing place to stay! can’t believe that it doesn’t only exist in dreams

    Kaye
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  20. Barbie wrote:

    Wow, this is place is incredible! And I’m totally smitten with your blog!

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  21. WTF is this REAL ?? incredible!!!!

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  22. J Umm wrote:

    cannot even believe that such a place exists!!!
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  23. Sara Nieto C wrote:

    esto es una belleza!

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  24. Agnes KM wrote:

    i want i want i want !!!

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  25. Seriously. I have to go here.

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  26. woow, amazing ,,,look like a vintage castle…
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  27. DC2NY wrote:

    This is one of those magic places where you become player of your own fairyTaLe!!
    Once in a lifetime ExPeRiEnCe
    A+++

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  28. Ella wrote:

    This is amazing!!! Chile has been on my list for years of places to visit but I think it’s time I bump it up to numero uno. Great post!

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  29. Rachel wrote:

    It’s ridiculous and sublime all at the same time. Truly something surreal out of a fairy tale. I completely want to go there.

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  30. elisa wrote:

    I’m from chile, and that place is in the south near to a ski resort…if you dont like to ski!! i wouldn’t recommend it!

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  31. Sofía wrote:

    I’m from Chilew too, and friends of mine went to Huilo Huilo and i think that you can do more stuff besides skiing.I saw photos and it’s a really beautiful place.

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  32. Adri wrote:

    omg, I about died. It seems unreal, especially with these photos. It looks so fairy tale

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  33. Germanita wrote:

    OMG! I thougt this was AMAZING when I first saw it! and I coudn’t believe it when i read it’s HERE IN CHILE (I’m chilean 🙂 ) I soooooo wanna go there!!!!

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  34. Amy Dee wrote:

    This is absolutely magical. I WANT TO GO THERE NOW AND LIVE THERE FOREVER.

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  35. Svenja wrote:

    this looks like a fairytale! 🙂

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  36. Jess wrote:

    omg!!! I’m speechless!

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  37. Such a cozy place! I really love the place. I wish to visit this someday. 😀
    I really can’t describe what is the best word for this wondrous place.

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  38. Debra wrote:

    I’d dare to say the fairies, hobbits, gnomes, elementals and all sorts of nature spirits dwell here. Can’t wait to visit!

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  39. Kira wrote:

    this really does look like a fairlytale

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  40. Flo wrote:

    Glad to see so many fellow Chileans read this blog! Montaña Mágica truly looks like an amazing place to go, I’ve been trying to take detours on our trips to the south and go there for years, but haven’t succeeded yet…

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  41. My family owns a farm right next to Montaña Magica in Panguipulli, these guys own a national park and they have another hotel called BaoBab which is ridiculous, your driving through the woods where theres practically nothing but cows, pigs and sheep and you run into this amazing hotel. Its a must see, the south of Chile is beautiful people, come if you have a chance!

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  42. Tam Ibaceta wrote:

    It’s absolutely beautiful. I’m Chilean and I had the privilege to visit this hotel about 5 years ago…. The fact that’s in the middle of a natural reserve, makes you forget you’re carrying technology with you and makes you relax like there is no tomorrow wahahaha

    It’s a MUST if you’re on this side of the planet.

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  43. zubair wrote:

    beautiful

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  44. Alberto wrote:

    Look at those two pisco-sour on the bar’s table… Bb, you’re my guess!. Waiter!, two more please.

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