PUERTO MONTT, CHILE
This is one of Chile’s most important ports. The city, situated at the head of the Seno de Reloncaví (Reloncavi Sound) is notable for the interesting architecture that overlooks the bay and for its picturesque surroundings which include lakes, rugged coastlines, islands, and forests. The city of Puerto Montt is the capital of Llanquihue Province in Chile´s Tenth Region, Los Lagos. Almost 27% of the region’s population live in this city, which is home to over 200,000 inhabitants. In and around Puerto Montt you can find forests and lakes, fjords and islands, and, of course, volcanoes.
Climate in Puerto Montt
Puerto Montt has a maritime climate, with mild temperatures and little variation in temperature throughout the day and between the seasons, accompanied by near constant abundant rainfall. In winter, minimum temperatures are between 7° and 12°C and may even fall below 5°C, with a maximum of 14° to 16°C, while, in summer, minimum temperatures are at about 21°C and maximum temperatures are 25° to 30°C.