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Discovering the “small north” of Chile on new paths…

Pan de azucar

Pan de Azúcar National Park

New exciting routes await you in the Coquimbo region, where you can visit historical sites, observe endemic flora and fauna and taste local products from land and sea.

On the Copper Route (Ruta del Cobre) you will learn more about the history of the extraction of Chile’s most important raw material and visit Guayacán and Tongoy, Chile’s first copper export ports.

The so-called rural route (Ruta rural) takes you to the Pan de Azúcar National Park, the historic former railway station Las Cardas and the farm Hacienda El Tangue.

The bird route (Ruta de las aves) is perfect for wildlife watching enthusiasts. The wetlands of Tongoy and Culebrón and the coast are home to more than 100 different species of birds that can be observed.

The spectacular route of the bay of Guanaqueros (Ruta de la bahía de guanaqueros) will take you to 12 places of interest where you will discover the fauna, flora and history of the location. During a boat trip you will get to know more about the life of the fishermen of Guanaqueros.

For more information on these routes, email info@travelart.com.

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