Reserva Nacional Rio Los Cipreses, Rancagua

(4.6/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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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  • It is a beautiful park! ideal to go with family or friends. You can camp and also go by the day. Has several paths to practice trekking, also has barbecue areas to make roasted (barbecue). I loved, you disconnected of it technology for pass to connect you only with the nature, the noise of them trees, wind... I loved it! You can ride bikes! Is approximately at 35-40 min of Rancagua. Ideally go in high cars, since the road is slightly complex.
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  • We travelled to the park. Beautiful drive up the mountain. Could see snow covered peaks of the Andes in the distance. In arrival we were told we could not enter the park due to The fire risk. The visi...  more »
  • A must see for nature and parrot lovers! The breeding cliff is impressive, the scenery beautiful. Nice for driving around, pick nick, some hiking and perfect for parrot watching. Although the best sho...  more »
  • Hello... I'd like to know when out camping in the place... And if this weekend long (29 in the evening.. 30-31/10) will be open for camping... Please if someone could help me... Senles muchooo agradeceria
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  • Spectacular. Years ago that I will not but the facilities and infrastructures, such as bathrooms and camping site, they worked very well. It is important to arrive early if you are going from Rancagua and Santiago, since they close the doors early. There are several routes, the more long of several days (at least 3) towards the lagoon and glaciers. There is one of the most important towns of the Burrowing Parrot, between other important species.
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  • A very happy day with natacha diaz, francisca ortiz and gonzalo vargas, a very happy Sunday eating some choripanes and its scents beers next if their respective coffee and campfire. Happy to reserve the cipreces rivers.
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  • National reserve located in the cordillera in the sixth region. Trekking can be done by the varied paths that has.
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  • A very well maintained reserve. A place to go to enjoy the contact with nature in tranquility. In summer you can also enjoy a swimming pool made in the river bed. Very nice and the people who I also found have been very respectful with the environment and others. I hope that it stays just as nice. You can camp, but spaces are limited. There are bathrooms with showers.
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