Santuario de la Naturaleza el Arrayan, Santiago

(4.1/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
Interact with wildlife sharing the majestic geography of the pre-Andean mountain region with a trip to Santuario de la Naturaleza el Arrayan. This natural reserve is crisscrossed by wooden walking paths and footbridges, and laced by rushing waterfalls. You'll find plenty of chances for fly-fishing, hiking, and biking in this area, well equipped with picnic benches, barbeques, and restrooms. Lush trees and forested hillsides set the scene at this family-friendly recreational resort. Make Santuario de la Naturaleza el Arrayan part of your personalized Santiago itinerary using our Santiago family vacation planner.
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  • Nice place near the city for rest and spend the day. In season there are that go early because it full fast. There is plenty of shade and places of picnic roasts along the river. Charge the entrance 4,000 per person. No you can camp, if you can enter with pets. Not sold anything by what there is that carry all it needed.
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  • Good place for roasts If arriving early because weekend is filled, the road is impeccable
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  • A very nice place ideal to relax, share and get out of the rut. Beautiful nature and an estuary must of which is can enjoy. Not is difficult of reach and access, not is expensive ($4000 by adult), has with ample spaces for parking and places of picnic.
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  • A beautiful place and very close to Santiago.
  • So much beauty. So close to the city
  • I sometimes wonder, if these places will be as beautiful as they stamped in a photograph, a way of understanding that you were, but tubiste that pay for a sector created just for joy of life, under the protection of nature, with the idea of God, and yet who cannot be sectors more removed from santiago as well and still It ends up being visited mostly only exclusively high sector, that shit's dilemma, being Chilean and not be able to enjoy my country, since it still being and to the reach of the upper class, or fuck with strong surnames own almost everything that was previously free.
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  • Beautiful place and good infrastructure (baths and area of picnic). It is filled. Get well early if want to make it. Cute inside for any date. Trekking through the day or more if goes to the lagoons of the wind. There are also bike paths. Motorists beware. I think there is not much interest to preserve what they call "Sanctuary of nature".
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  • The beautiful nature nature and the spectacular beauty of something different... just divinely beautiful.
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