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Pan de Azúcar National Park

Come and visit this place located 800 meters above sea level, which is full of life thanks to the thick mist that rises up from the ocean as soon as the sun sets. There are cacti and small bushes growing in the middle of brightly colored rocks due to this fog known as the Camanchaca.

The park covers around 40,000 hectares; inside you’ll find archaeological sites and rocky beaches with turquoise colored waters for diving, fishing and swimming. To be at one with nature, take advantage of the campsites in the area.

Get close to animals like foxes, vicunas and the colony of Humboldt penguins, trekking and mountain biking along its trails and discover the lookouts where you’ll be able to see the park’s sheer size.

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