Conguillío National Park

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One of the national parks that every year attracts the most amount of public, with an average of 100,000 people. It stands out for its lagoons, the Llaima Volcano and its vegetation, which is formed mainly by araucarias, a tree considered a National Monument. The Conguillío National Park has also attracted the attention of international organizations and the press, by being considered one of the only places in the world that preserves the same landscape on which dinosaurs inhabited. Although the unit has several trails, the most popular is the Sierra Nevada, from where you can get a panoramic view of the Conguillío Lake, the Llaima Volcano and hundreds of araucarias.

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Entry Rate

HIGH SEASON
Chilean Adult: $4.000
Chilean Children: $2.000
Foreign Adult: $ 6.000
Foreign Children: $ 3.000
Children under 6: Free
Senior Citizens: $2.000
Special Needs: $2.000

LOW SEASON
Chilean Adult: $2.000
Chilean Children: $1.000
Foreign Adult: $ 3.000
Foreign Children: $ 1.500
Children under 6: Free
Senior Citizens:$1.000
Special Needs: $1.000

To bear in mind

location

Parque Nacional Conguillio, Chile,