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Siete Tazas National Park

The 5,147 hectares that border the banks of the Claro River are part of the beautiful landscape you can explore here. Tricahue parrots, hawks and black woodpeckers fly among hazelnut trees, canelos and oaks bringing life to a place that looks as if it were right out of a dream.

Sail along its rivers, waterfalls and rapids until reaching the amazing natural wonders in the area and enjoy adventure sports at their fullest. Kayaking and trekking are just a part of the activities that await you. Tired? To relax at night, you can choose from the many campsites available there.

You can also relax in the river formations made out of volcanic rocks called the Siete Tazas (Seven Cups) and cool off in the natural pools you’ll find in the area.

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