Chile travel

Simpson River National Reserve

The Simpson River National Reserve is adorned by valleys and lush green areas intertwined with hills of over 1,500 meters in height. Its rough geography will amaze you with endless chances to discover all of it.

Here, you can camp under the brightest stars at the end of the world and during the day you can look out for native species like the condor and huemul (deer) while walking along trails.

The Simpson River runs through the reserve and its natural co-existence with waterfalls and rapids make it one of the hotspots for fly fishing, while its surroundings invite you to live adventure to the fullest.

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