ANTONIO FELMER MUSEUM

The day begins with a view of the Senda Nativa Romahue animal rescue and flora and fauna center.

ANTONIO FELMER MUSEUM

ABOUT

The day begins with a view of the Senda Nativa Romahue animal rescue and flora and fauna center, where we will see animals endemic to the area, such as pudus (small deer), parrots, and pumas, and we will walk through a humid temperate forest that conserves the zone’s characteristic species.

Next we will visit the animal rescue center to learn about the heritage of the local fauna and the impact of humans on their habitat.

After lunch, we visit the Antonio Felmer Museum, where the owner’s story brings to life the experience of the colonization period in this zone.

TECHNICAL DETAILS

  • Duration: 7 - 9 hrs
  • Distance by car: 97 kms
  • Distance on foot: 6 kms.
  • Physical difficulty: Walk with low difficulty
  • Optional: Fly fishing
  • Equipment included: Water boots, raincoat, sunscreen, snack and drinks.
  • Optional: Rod + lures/flies + line and reel

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Water bottle
  • Second and/or third layer de- pending on the season and weather conditions
  • Hat for sun or cold
  • Sunglasses