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Fray Jorge National Park, La Serena
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Explore 10,000 hectares (24,710 acres) of biodiverse cloud forest at Fray Jorge National Park, featuring various species of trees and plant life exclusive to southern Chile. These endemic species number over 250, thriving in the dense fog that rises from sea and becomes trapped in the high mountainous terrain. Patient and diligent visitors might catch sight of some of the wildlife here, including foxes, partridges, falcons, quail, hummingbirds, and Chilean mockingbirds. Head to the information center with a Spanish-speaking friend (info written in Spanish only) to find out more about the plants and animals to look out for on your tour. Put Fray Jorge National Park at the forefront of your travel plans using our La Serena trip itinerary builder.
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Parque semiárido que cuenta en su interior con un microclima valdiviano.Se debe visitar durante todo un día para apreciar la naturaleza. Es caluroso, por lo que se recomienda ir con ropa cómoda y con ... read more »Semiarid Park which has in its interior a Valdivia microclimate. You should visit for a day to appreciate nature. It is hot, so it is recommended to go with comfortable clothes and hat.show original
Después del valle es lo mas natural. Lo mejor es la vista desde el mirador y el bosque en crecimiento mezclado con zonas secas y aridasAfter the Valley is the most natural. The best is the view from the lookout and the forest growing mixed with dry areas and you aridshow original
Chose to visit this park at the last minute with Tembeta Tours and was thrilled to have done so. Astonishing old forest -- a relic of past climates -- with great trails and beautiful views of the vall... read more »
I saw the wildlife and it made me think of Chili which made me think of chili
Claudio Alfredo Cancino RomanBeautiful place with vegetation of Valdivian rainforest located in the IV Region of Coquimbo to 5 hrs drive from santiago by car, you internal towards the coastal mountain range in the kilometer approx 390 passing socos. It should be noted that we must wear warm clothes, since this cloud about 200 days a year and runs long windshow original
Pablo Vial ValdésNo doubt impresses find a forest Valdivia in the middle of an ecosystem semi-desert. A relict forest, nurtured by the camanchaca, impresses. This microclimate, soil, forest Moss... Act as a sponge, capable of sustaining many other contiguous to this species. Nearby, streams, shelter a huge diversity of species both flora and fauna, with a high degree of endemism. It has a path for people with different abilities. Excellent facilities and infrastructure. It is very important to consider reviewing website, hours and days which is open in the respective seasons.show original
Richard CuadraIt has a beautiful forest style Valdivia at its Summit.show original
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