Parque Nacional Radal Siete Tazas, Curico

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Get in touch with nature at Parque Nacional Radal Siete Tazas, a lush reserve with many waterfalls and rich wildlife. Hiking is arguably the best way to discover the area, best known for its "Seven Cups," or seven consecutive waterfalls. Go kayaking on the Claro River, try horseback riding, or visit the two larger waterfalls, the whimsically named "Bride's Veil" and the "Leap of the Lioness." To visit Parque Nacional Radal Siete Tazas on your holiday in Curico, and find out what else Curico has to offer, use our Curico family vacation planner.
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  • A view not to be missed, is a place for contemplation of nature. There are other waterfalls on the spot as the Bridal Veil which also impresses.
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  • My husband and I visited the 7-Cups waterfall during our first road trip in Chile. We drove there with our 4x4 so the dirt road was not an issue. The loop trail is clean and well maintained by CONEF. ...  more »
  • Is a book natural that is located in the Region of the Maule, in the province of Curicó, commune of Molina. Its main attraction are its pools and waterfalls of the river course one after the other to form a beautiful panoramic. It has trails for hiking. If you like to photograph nature, you'll like a lot.
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