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Queulat National Park

A place where trees seem to disappear among fjords and channels, birthplace of the so-called evergreen forest. This is Queulat National Park.

On the lands that are now a protected area, ancient explorers went searching for the mythical “City of the Caesars”, which as the legend said was full of gold and was founded by Spanish castaways. You can also explore the area trekking along trails surrounded by water and forests.

Let yourself be charmed by the perfection of the Hanging Snowdrift, glaciers, lagoons, and waterfalls that seduce visitors, and allow them a space for contemplating and enjoying the peacefulness of these landscapes. But, if you like adventure, you can’t miss the chance to kayak and raft here and then rest in the hot springs located in the area!

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