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    • Kathy Blandin

      Volcano hotel

    • Michelle Yee

      Montaña Mágica Lodge, also known as Magic Mountain Lodge, is located within Huilo Huilo, a 232 square mile natural reserve in southern Chile. Covered in rainforest moss and vines, this manmade volcano-like structure spews water and is only accessible by a monkey bridge. And if this isn’t sufficiently magical and surreal, outside are hot tubs, carved from hollowed out tree trunks, with ideal vantage points for wildlife sightings. Honestly? WTF.

    • Nathalie David

      Montana Magica Lodge au Chili 5

    • Christian Holub

      Hôtel Montaña Mágica Lodge, Panguipulli, Chili

    • Kellie Chambers

      Montaña Mágica Lodge looks pretty cool

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