Chilean Forest
Hike 12 K

Following Charles Darwin footsteps, who visited  “La Campana” National Park on August of 1834, will lead us to discover this wonderful place labeled by the UNESCO as a “Biosphere Reserve”, with the objective of protecting the a unique ecosystem which includes an abundant and varied amount of native flora and fauna. Some of the palms are more than 400 years old! On top of that, La Campana National park aim to preserve the Chilean palm (Jubaea Chilensis), which is the most austral palm of the World, and which is nowadays in danger of extinction due to the production and the extraction of the honey. We are going to do the “Sendero La Cascada” Trail, 12 kms of round-trip extension for arriving to a lookout where you can appreciate a waterfall of 30 meters.  
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