Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park is a protected area framed by the Andes mountain range, and located in southern Chile. It was created in 1926 in honor of the prominent […]
This destination has a wide variety of alternatives for backpackers and trekking enthusiasts, from a couple of kilometers of trails to circuits lasting several days.
Despite being a place with a desert climate, many varieties of Cáctus can be found.
Although its entrance is free, it is not visited by too many people, so you will find yourself face to face with a wild nature and practically without human intervention.
It is one of the largest parks in the world and the second largest in Chile.
National Reserves in Chile, beautiful and unique landscapes, flora and wildlife.
The Biosphere Reserves are protected areas part of UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere Programme, that seeks to establish a scientific base to improve the conditions of the relation between […]
Last week, the Torres del Paine National Park celebrated its 56th anniversary since its creation in 1959. Located in Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena region, Última Esperanza province, it is […]