Parque Nacional Radal Siete Tazas, Curico

(4.2/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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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  • The Park English has different trails very well delimited to make trekking, and be in contact with the nature. In addition, the areas are clean free of trash. There are beautiful views. The radal seven cups, is a marvel, only to see them one would like to bathe in them, but you can't. The best time to go is in spring, as has more flow of water by them thaws.
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  • I was hoping to be able to reach the River, but arriving at the reserve I learned that conaf trails were closed, so I had to take a private trails. To walk along the paths and get to jump the Leone, we realized that it not was, had dried. It may be something of the season, but they did not give us an answer when we asked. The landscapes are beautiful and you can see the cups that are formed in the River from the trails that exist in the forest.
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  • The scenery is just beautiful. The Park is well served, good facilities and could appreciate the seven cups without problems. Then the flow rate was regular, but for those who visit for the first time, is more than enough to be amazed. Ditto on the veil of the bride. The Salto de la Leona is dry. Suggestion to municipal authorities or to whom it may concern: there are sections of the road that are terror for smaller cars. Thinking that is a place tourist rather old and that there are so many campsites, cabins, etc... think that could do is something more by improve the way of access, especially, last the catch of police (road to the cups and sector the Bull)
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