Reserva Nacional Rio Los Cipreses, Rancagua

#3 of 11 in Parks in O'Higgins Region
A nature lover's paradise, Reserva Nacional Rio Los Cipreses invites you to discover the natural beauty of Chile. The reserve features an abundance of animal and plant life, valleys and mountains, a volcano, and two main hiking routes, the Los Peumos and the Tricahues trails. The latter was created with a focus on those with special needs. Find a variety of birds, reptiles, and mammals in the park and keep your eyes peeled for colorful exotic lizards. Put Reserva Nacional Rio Los Cipreses into our Rancagua trip itinerary builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • August 14, 2017
    For those looking to spend a good time, disconnected from the civilization is good option in the sixth region. Of course that it is filled, always to important dates you need to arrive before 10 a.m. to reach quotas. And the noise is nothing... Many people celebrate with musical instruments, very entertaining
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  • August 9, 2017
    From 9 years ago that between Christmas and new year, camped at this place, at first we were 4 families and by the way we have already increased in several more. Our children are waiting eagerly the day of the camp, which initially were children now are teenagers, and even so is his favorite place. The reserve is precious, mandatory rides the waterfall and the viewpoint of the burrowing, beautifully preserved species, which was with major problems of habitat. Possesses a natural pool with water cascade, baths and showers with cold water, has no electric light, but that makes it even more attractive. Burner for roasting, inns in each camping site and the rest makes it and look for each. Without a doubt... one of my best places on Earth
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  • May 2, 2017
    We were two adults and two children, 5 and 7 years, to the Park by bike. From Camping Ranchillo inland road (which is auto) is cut for cars that are not Park, very safe. Gentle hills, tired stone: low difficulty for children who do a bit of mountain biking. See beautiful landscapes and crosses a small stream. Highly recommended!
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Rancagua offers plenty off accommodations catering to foreign visitors and day trippers from Santiago. You'll find a few luxury hotels flanking the more upscale commercial streets of the city center. Budget-conscious travelers can take advantage of a number of hostels lining the downtown's side streets. Rental apartments offer a good option for those on longer stays in Rancagua.
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