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Alerce Andino National Park

A hideout with almost 40,000 hectares, here nature will surprise you showing its best side. A huge mountain and deep valleys completely covered by thick larch forests and other typical trees of the area await you at the Alerce Andino National Park. Don’t miss out on the views from the Chapo Lake and the valleys of the Chaicas and Lenca Rivers!

Walk along the forest paths and you’ll be able to find a wide variety of animals. Also, deep in the forest, there are mountain lagoons hidden in a rough relief that are just waiting to be discovered.

The best way to get to know the park is by walking along its many paths. If your stay is long, you can set up camp or spend the night in one of the available shelters.

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