The Lake District
The Chilean Lake District is a zone in Southern Chile defined by its many lakes in the Andean foothills. The term is primarily used in tourism literature and advertising, in Chile Zona Sur is preferred as a geographical concept.
- stretches 339km from Temuco in the north to Puerto Montt in the south
- Learn more: http://www.audleytravel.com/us/destinations/latin-america/chile/places-to-go/the-lake-district.aspx
The current population of the Republic of Chile is estimated to be about 17.4 million people, which is an increase of about 0.75% from the last record of the population in 2013