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Conguillío National Park

Come and see a landscape that will take you back to prehistoric times. Millennial araucarias and volcanic material can be found among the forests right in the heart of the park, many of them untouched and ancient.

Its 60,000 hectares were the stage chosen by the Discovery Channel to film their series “Walking with Dinosaurs”. In these same landscapes of unequaled beauty, you can do sports like cycling, trekking, kayaking and mountaineering.

Discover the “Mother Araucaria”, the park’s oldest tree, which is over 1,800 years old. And experience the perfect sunrise: witness how the volcano turns red and yellow with the sun’s rays.

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