Isluga Volcano National Park


Located in the Tarapacá regions, it is characterized by its irregular topography and average height of 4000 meters above sea level.  In addition to the snow that gives it its name, at 5,500 meters it has geysers and thermal baths in the geothermic field of Puchuldiza, where visitors can see explosions of steam in the early mornings.  The flora and fauna is worth seeing on the way up the two most popular hiking trains, Arabilla Lagoon and Pukará de Isluga.

Source: Conaf.

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