Parque Nacional Volcan Isluga, Colchane

Categories: Volcanos, National Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.8/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
Volcán Isluga National Park is located in the Andes, in the Tarapacá Region of Chile, near Colchane and south of Lauca Biosphere Reserve. It covers 1,747 square kilometers, with elevations ranging between 2,100 and 5,550 meters. It is named after Volcán Isluga, which at 5,550 m, is the tallest mountain in this park.PeaksThere are numerous peaks in the national park. The most prominent include the Qinsachata Hill (5400 m.a.s.l), Tatajachura Hill (5252 m.a.s.l.), the Isluga Volcano (5218 m.a.s.l.) and the Catarama (5207 m.a.s.l.).FloraThe park has the usual flora that grows at high altitudes. Numerous species of cacti and queñoas are native to the park.The park includes cultural heritage of the Aymara people. There are several ceremonial towns within the park, such as Isluga.
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  • Isluga is a mystical and attractive place. The beauty of the village is the Church and its surroundings, the Church to bring evil, is not to keep it much. Lack of interest of the authorities to maintain this heritage. We didn't see many people, only three people. Very little movement feels. You should go with time. I recommend to stay in Colchane for at least three days to explore all corners of the industry.
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  • A very nice Park, there is a path around the Lake. There is also a trail up the volcano Isluga. If you want to go, I recommend you to take a tour with an agency of Iquique.
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  • wonderful to drive through this scenery and amazing to be so high in the Andes - also wonderful to come down from these heights and start to feel better! 
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