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Travelers are voting Loa River, Laja River and Itata River as the best of 27 rivers in Chile. Also popular are Petrohue River in Talca, Futaleufu River in Chile and Valdivia River in Los Rios. Want more? Check out our map of rivers in Chile or this 1 rivers near Santiago.
The Loa River is a U-shaped river in Chile's northern Antofagasta Region. At 440 km long it is the country's longest river and the main…
Laja River is a river in Chile, along which can be found the Laja Falls. It is located in the Bio-Bio Region.
The Itata River flows in the Bio-Bio Region, southern Chile.
Petrohué River is a Chilean river located in the Los Lagos Region of Chile. It originates from Todos los Santos Lake in the Vicente Perez Rosales…
The Futaleufu River is a river fed by the lakes in the Los Alerces National Park in Chubut Province, Argentina, crossing the Andes Mountains and the…
The Valdivia River or Río Valdivia, as it is known locally, is a major river in southern Chile.
The Elqui River starts in the west Andes, flowing into the Pacific Ocean, crossing the Chilean city of La Serena, is a wine and pisco producing area.
The Cautín is a river in Chile. It rises on the western slopes of the Cordillera de Las Raices and flows in Araucania Region.
The Biobio River is the second largest river in Chile. It originates from Icalma and Galletue lakes in the Andes and flows 380 km to the Gulf…
The Puelo River has its origin in a lake of the same name in Argentine territory, and flows north-west through the Andes into the Reloncavi Estuary…
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