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Noi Puma Lodge is recognized as a luxury mountain retreat located in the Los Cipreses River National Reserve.

Noi Puma Lodge offers introspective solitude combined with the warmth of a mountain lodge. Here you can escape your routine and get lost amid majestic landscapes of native forests and mountain lakes. The powerful nature of the Noi Puma Lodge hotel offers the opportunity to carry out various activities, including biking, climbing, trekking and horseback riding. During the winter its surroundings are covered in snow, becoming one of the best heliski centers in Chile and in the world.

About the room

The Deluxe Room is a fusion of comfort, space and tranquility; it measures 28 square meters and has all the necessary amenities to have a lab experience in the Andes Mountains.
Nearby airports

Arturo Merino Benitez airport

Room equipment

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Facilities

Bar, barbecue area, Game room, Gym, massages, Parking, Pool, Pool table, Restaurant, Sauna, Spa, Steam bath, Wifi

Tipo de programa

B&B

Children policy

Children from 1 to 4 years old can go free sharing with the parents (maximum 1 child per room), from 5 years old must be in extra bed with extra cost.

Room size

28 m2

Room type

Deluxe

Arrival/Departure

  • Check-in: 15:00
  • Check-out: 12:00

Location

Fundo Sierra Nevada S/N, Machalí, Libertador Gral Region. Bernardo O’Higgins

How to get there

From Santiago take Route 5 South (Panamericana). At km 68 take the detour to the city of Rancagua. Arriving in Rancagua, follow the signs to continue along the El Cobre Highway. First you must take a detour westward by Pedro de Valdivia and turn around at the Eduardo Frei Montalva roundabout (characteristic for the monument to this president), to follow the El Cobre Road to the east –Cordillera. Continuing along the Copper Road, you pass through the sector called “Tierras Blancas”, where the Monument to the Mining Family is located. At km 25 you will find the first bifurcation. You should take the road on the right, towards the east (towards Coya). After crossing the Bridge of Coya, the path will guide you to a bifurcation similar to a small roundabout that says “keep your right”, at this point you must take The street San Martín H-265 that goes to the left. Then, cross the entire village of Coya, by San Martín street. The pavement path ends and we continue along the same route, now dirt. At km 40 you can see on the right an orange bridge, on the way to Chacaye. You should continue straight, without crossing it. At km 40.9 and after crossing the Pangal River is the entrance to Fundo Sierra Nevada, km 0 from here on out. Continue along the 25 km gravel road. At km 17 you will find the base camp of the Pacific Hydro hydroelectric, where if you arranged a pick up, we will go to meet you. From now on, the road becomes narrower entering the territory Noi Puma Lodge. Pass by the “Avanzada Las Leñas de Carabineros” sign and on the left continue towards Noi Puma Lodge. At km 22 and after crossing some small rivers you will reach a bifurcation; At km 23 you will find an open gate that starts the snail that will take you to Noi Puma Lodge.

Cancellation Policies

Cancellations/modifications made up to 7 days before the date of arrival: No Penalty. Cancellations/modifications made between 7 and 0 days before the date of arrival: 100% of the total stay

Andes Mountains

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Due to its extension, altitude and biodiversity, the Andes Mountains is one of the most important South American attractions worldwide. In its foothills along Chile you will find countless trekking, cycling and horseback riding routes, ideal for exploring between September and May. because of the snow. It is an ideal setting for you to enjoy some of the best mountain resorts on the continent, with alternatives for lovers of skiing, snowboarding and heliskiing.

The following are actions carried out by the hotel with the aim of minimizing its impact on the environment and contributing to the development of the place where it is located:

ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

Recycling and waste management: Re-use/recycling of plastic, cardboard, papers, organic waste, glass.

Water consumption reduction: Water savers in rooms; re-use of grey water.

Energy efficiency: Use of solar panels, LED lighting.

Other environmental initiatives: Water in re-usable bottles, amenities in re-usable containers.

RELATIONSHIP WITH THE COMMUNITY

Promotion of local heritage and culture: Support for local artisans; all tours/excursions are oriented to promote the local, natural, ancestral and cultural attractions of the area.

Local suppliers: Supply of food and beverage products from the area.

Recruitment and staffing: According to company policy, the selection of people from the local community is prioritized.

Other community support practices: Constant support for municipal projects; activities with schools or kindergartens.

Chile, Andes Mountains

Noi Puma Lodge

From $CLP 160,000 per night

*Rates per night based on Deluxe Double Room in B&B Program

Easter Week, Holidays, Long weekends and from 27 to 01 January minimum stay 2 nights

To customize your trip, quote other rooms, or if you are traveling alone or with children, write to reservas@smartrip.travel. We can tailor made the trip to your needs!