Radal Siete Tazas

Seven waterfalls with their respective pools of water, formed by black basalt rock shaped by the currents of the Claro River, are part of the attraction of this national park.  The waterfalls called La Leona and El Velo de la Novia (40 meters high) are also hot spots for tourists.  In this area, where sclerophyllous flora and rain forests from the south coexist, it is possible to camp, stay in cabins, horseback ride or hike.  

Source: Conaf.
Photo: courtesy of Ministerio de Bienes Nacionales División del Catastro.

Thursday, August 06, 2009  
 

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Seven waterfalls with their respective pools of water, formed by black basalt rock shaped by the currents of the Claro River, are part of the attraction of this national park.  The waterfalls called La Leona and El Velo de la Novia (40 meters high) are also hot spots for tourists.  In this area, where sclerophyllous flora and rain forests from the south coexist, it is possible to camp, stay in cabins, horseback ride or hike.  

Source: Conaf.
Photo: courtesy of Ministerio de Bienes Nacionales División del Catastro.