Throughout the country, Chile currently has 41 national parks and 46 nature reserves with beautiful landscapes.
Being closed for months due to the pandemic, the parks are now being gradually reopened, beginning with the Alerce Costero National Park in the Los Ríos region. The reopening will be based on new protocols such as cashless payment of admission fees and a maximum limit of 15 people per group.
In September the following parks will reopen : Torres del Paine National Park, the Milodón Caves Natural Monument, the National Park of Patagonia, the Río Simpson and Coyhaique Nature Reserves and the Dos Lagunas Natural Monument in the Aysén region.
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