How do you prevent food poisoning in Chile? What are the sanitation standards? Do I need to survive on energy bars and other stuff brought from home? I get a whole host of questions about this topic from people who have preconceived notions about traveling in a developing country.
Volcán Lonquimay becomes a part of many itineraries while skiing volcanoes in Chile. There's good reason for it: it's awesome for people of all abilities!
Yes, you can drink the water in Chile. But not all sources are the same...
You can't just ski in Chile. You have to eat as well. And finding great food isn't always easy. But in Pucón there are some great spots. One of my favorite being Restaurante Trawen.
Are there public avalanche bulletins in Chile? No.