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  • 1 Parque Pumalín Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    RCH - Chaitén

    A model of environmentally friendly practices, Parque Pumalín was founded by an American couple seeking to protect the southern rainforest from commercial logging. The area is a patchwork of wooded and maritime landscapes... next to the volcano Chait..

  • 2 Parque Nacional Queulat Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    RCH - Villa Amengual

    Situated between Chaitén and Coyhaique and extending on either side of the Carretera Austral, the Parque Nacional Queulat is covered with dense vegetation of ferns and beech trees and criss-crossed with mountain streams. Magnificent views of the fjor..

  • 3 Pukará de Quitor Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    RCH - Quitor

    To protect their oasis, in the 12C the people of Atacama built fortresses known as pukará on the hillsides. It was in the labyrinth of the Pukará de Quitor, now in ruins, that the native warriors in the 16C attempted (in vain) to stop the advance of ..

  • 4 Santiago Central Market

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    RCH - Santiago

    Stalls heavy with fish and around thirty restaurants serving fish and seafood tempt customers in this beautiful metallic building, which was once an exhibition hall (1868). Now housing Chile's central market, the building resounds with the cries of t..

  • 5 Reserva Nacional Pingüino de Humboldt

    Nature and gardens

    RCH - Choros

    The three islands of Choros, Damas and Chañaral make up the Reserva Nacional Pingüino de Humboldt, situated to the north of La Serena on the coast of Norte Chico. The islands are home to a rich array of unusual marine life, including dolphins, otters..

  • 6 Parque Nacional Bernardo O'Higgins

    Nature and gardens

    RCH - Puerto Natales

    The Parque Nacional Bernardo O'Higgins, an area of ice inhabited by birds, ducks and wild geese, can only be accessed by boat. Take the ferry from Puerto Natales to the base of the Serrano glacier, then continue by canoe or dinghy.

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