Conguillio National Park is located in the Andes, in the provinces of Cautin and Malleco, in the Araucania Region of Chile. Its name derives from the Mapuche word for "water with Araucaria seeds". This national park covers about 608 square kilometers.
Among the attractions in the park are the Llaima volcano, Sierra Nevada and wild landscapes characterized by islands of vegetation completely surrounded by vast areas of basaltic to andesitic lava flows.Extensive forests, formed mainly by Araucarias and Nothofagus, and lagoons increase the scenic beauty of the park. It is also known as Los Paraguas (The Umbrellas), due to the shape of the Monkey Puzzle trees.