Río Clarillo National Reserve

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Located no more than 50 kilometers from downtown Santiago, the Río Clarillo National Reserve is considered one of the only forest within the Metropolitan Region. The reserve also plays a fundamental role in the protection and conservation of birds such as the patagonian sierra finch, thorn-tailed rayadito and the white-crested elaenia. Among its 13.000 hectares it’s possible to find three differents trekking trails: Quebrada Jorquera, Aliwén Mahuida and Arboretum

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Admission Fee:

Chilean Adult: $4000
Senior Citizens or Special Needs: $2000
Chilean Children: $2000
Foreign Adult: $6000
Foreign Children: $3000

To bear in mind


Reserva Nacional Río Clarillo, Cordillera, Chile