Santuario de la Naturaleza el Arrayan, Santiago

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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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  • We were in group to make a day of picnic, very nice place, nice atmosphere and you can prepare your own barbecue.
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  • It's really a nature sanctuary... Those who are not as "Holy" are visitors... The Administration should control the conduct of visitors, is a shame that this should be so, but if not monitored to ensure compliance with regulations, established, is hardly preserved as a sanctuary... Were the day Sunday 19-02, and had next to the River, a visitor, with many motorcycle type moto cros, and the hechaban to walk, being that is prohibited in the sector of Picnic. We went to the Administration to request to be called them to order. they came from the Administration, but once they withdrew again to start the motorcycle... it was very unpleasant and I perturbo sample Stadium and many people more... Conclusion, the surveillance must be permanent... must have the presence of authority... The entry that is charged not is "cheap"... a family of 5 people must pay $20,000.-(4,000 by person)... sum enough to pretend pass a day pleasant... Else... well... bathrooms, tables, grills, games for children... etc...
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  • Is a place suitable for visit in family or with friends, for escape from the city a while, surround is of nature and air cool. I of course was to follow a path. It book natural sanctuary of the nature the Myrtle, is a complex tourist that offers to them people the opportunity of enjoy of it life to outdoor and of interact with the flora and fauna typical of the area mountainous of the region Metropolitan. With the Cordillera de los Andes and the waters of estero El Arrayán as major exponents of the majestic geography of the place, this place is ideal for the practice of sports, such as: sport fishing, mountain biking and mountain bike. Other highlights are a trail of 42 km. for trekking and an abandoned house which is currently used to play paintball. The activities are varied to suit all tastes. For example, to rest / recreation, the Sanctuary has picnic areas, fully equipped pans, toilets, playgrounds and parking of vehicles. How to get by car? Location: Camino 21,000 drawer, Myrtle. Commune Lo Barnechea-Santiago de Chile. Only 20 minutes by car from the Plaza San Enrique (Lo Barnechea). Arrive at the end of the Avenue the counts until arrive to the Plaza San Enrique. Once in the square, turn right by Pastor Fernandez until way drawer. Continue to the end of the street. How get the transportation public? Transport public, there are a couple of options, the more direct is lower is in the station of metro Manquehue, line 1, go to the whereabouts of micro N ° 7 and take the tour of the Transantiago C-01 or C-01e. This micro tour Avenida Las Condes is, and must continue on it until the Plaza San Enrique in Lo Barnechea. (Av the condes height of 14.900 whereabouts Las Condes / San Enrique). On the side of the plaza a few TAXIS and more behind a collective stand forward. Take Taxis which have a fee for car or groups that have a rate of $700 to the casasA. You also have the option of paying a little more and they leave them at the entrance of the sanctuary. Or if you prefer to walk, once in the square, turn right by Pastor Fernandez until way drawer. Continue to the end of the street. Estimated time 45 min. 1 hour. Open 365 days a year, including holidays and public holidays. Prices: Adult $4,000 children: $3,000 (from 5 to 12 years). Motorcycles $5,000 income summer hours 9:00-19:00 hrs. Exit 20:00 hrs. Schedule of income winter 9:00 to 17:00 hrs. departure 18:00 hrs.
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