La Campana National Park Guided Full Day Tour

La Campana National Park Guided Full Day Tour
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$96
Duration: 6 to 12 hrs
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Description

Hiking - Picnic at a national park - Unesco reserve

The sector of ocoa presents a wonderful vegetation in a unique microclimate that allows the growth of the Jubaea chilensis, the only Chilean native palm in danger and the southernmost in the world. This is part of La Campana national park, in the middle of Chile's coastal mountain range and declared Unesco reserve in 1967.

The good thing about this tour is that you can decide how to spend the day, there are options for active hikers, photographers or maybe just a relaxing day in nature. The most popular trail reaches a 20-meter waterfall in a 12 kilometers roundtrip hike.

Upon arrival, back at the camping area, we will have a "cheese and wine" and then return to Santiago

Guided by a professional Ecotourism projects manager with Wilderness First Aid certification, technical courses and deep knowledge about the area, geology, plants, birds and much more!

Mode of transport depends on the size of the group: From 0 to 3: a 4wd Ford Ranger or similar, from 3-6 a Hyundai H1 Van, From 7-10 Nissan NV 350, from 10-16 Mercedes Sprinter 515

Attractions visited: La Campana National Park, Ocoa town

Meals included: Cheese and wine, sandwich, cereal bar, fruits and water. 

Entrance ticket to the national park included

Itinerary:

07:00 AM Pick up at your place in Santiago

08:30 We arrive to the national park located 100 km from Santiago

09:00 We start hiking towards the Waterfall with a stop in the Palms Forest.

12:00 Cheese and wine

13:00 Lunch at a picnic spot in the park

14:00 Start getting down to the parking area

16:00 Back to Santiago

17:30 Drop off at your place in Santiago.

Hiking - Picnic at a national park - Unesco reserve

The sector of ocoa presents a wonderful vegetation in a unique microclimate that allows the growth of the Jubaea chilensis, the only Chilean native palm in danger and the southernmost in the world. This is part of La Campana national park, in the middle of Chile's coastal mountain range and declared Unesco reserve in 1967.

The good thing about this tour is that you can decide how to spend the day, there are options for active hikers, photographers or maybe just a relaxing day in nature. The most popular trail reaches a 20-meter waterfall in a 12 kilometers roundtrip hike.

Upon arrival, back at the camping area, we will have a "cheese and wine" and then return to Santiago