Parque Natural Aguas de Ramon

Parque Natural Aguas de Ramon, Santiago: Hours, Address, Parque Natural Aguas de Ramon Reviews: 4.5/5

Parque Natural Aguas de Ramon

Parque Natural Aguas de Ramon
4.5
6:30 AM - 8:00 AM
Monday
6:30 AM - 8:00 AM
Tuesday
6:30 AM - 8:00 AM
Wednesday
6:30 AM - 8:00 AM
Thursday
6:30 AM - 8:00 AM
Friday
6:30 AM - 8:00 AM
Saturday
6:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Sunday
6:00 AM - 9:00 AM
About
Aguas de Ramón Natural Park, hiking and trekking. Spectacular tour to the Estero de Ramón river’s water fall. It’s a family and hiker’s tour, where have privileged views to the Andes Mountains and to Santiago City. It’s a great place for birdwatching and to see the native vegetation. You’ll find picnic areas and Andes Café, with its delicious healthy food, natural juices, mountain rations.
Suggested duration
1-2 hours
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4.5
253 reviews
Excellent
150
Very good
94
Average
6
Poor
0
Terrible
3

Letizzia W
Klosterneuburg, Austria2 contributions
Connect to Nature while being in a busy city!
Dec. 2018
Excellent hike trail, easily accessible and really wonderful connection to Nature. A perfect place to run away from the busy Santiago and get transported back to Nature.
Written 10 February 2019
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camilafRXN
5 contributions
The park inside Santiago that will take you out of the city
Oct. 2018 • Family
This park located in La Reina, Santiago, Chile; is a big natural place with three different paths and two waterfalls, In this place you can spend your morning or even your day if you choose to do the longest one, also you have a picnic zone, bathrooms in the way and you can find a café at the entrance of the park also count with many different activities that you can do as canopy or plant in an orchard.
Is a place when you can go with your family or friends, also is recommended for kids, but if you want to do the ones that are longer, you should reconcider going with kids if you think they won't finish the trail.
Also you should use a lot of sunscreen and be prepare with good shoes and clothes.
Written 20 November 2018
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Kristof D
52 contributions
Parque aguas de ramón
Nov. 2018 • Solo
It was an amazing day! Very hot bit no problem for me. I did the largest route, and i needed obly 2,5 houres to reach the waterfall of apoquindo! And i enjoyed the waterfall and sun for to houres and than i went back!
Written 7 November 2018
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Grisel D
Buenos Aires, Argentina78 contributions
Best trekking in Santiago
Jul. 2018 • Couples
This has been the best trekking in the metropolitan area. Easy access, in fact we got there in uber. Be sure ti take the right trekking shoes otherwise they wont let you in. The trekking has everything, gorgeous views of snowy mountains, a beautiful river with small waterfalls, flora and fauna. 100% recommended
Written 22 July 2018
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Dear Grisel Thank you for your comments. We hope you visit us again soon.
Written 23 July 2018
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Anežka P
London, UK5 contributions
restricted entrance
Jul. 2018 • Solo
I was surprised that at 2pm they didn't let me in anymore. The only open trail at this hour was a 500m long circuit. the entrance fee is 3000 CLP.
So I find a better option the nearby Parque Mahuida (500CLP) or Quebrada de Macul (free entrance) where you can enter and hike freely whenever you want until the sunset.
Written 9 July 2018
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Waldo Perez
Sao Paulo, SP354 contributions
Great hiking near Santiago
Dec. 2017 • Family
We went for half a day hiking, so we did the shorter trail which is about 6km in 3hs30 at a very relaxing place because we were with an 11 year old.

It is important to take food, water and first aid pack. The trail is quite easy, but can be slippery at times. At the end of the shorter trail there is a small water fall which is great.

The birds are everywhere and the vegetation unique.

Definitely worth going at least once.
Written 16 December 2017
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DiegoMolinams
Santiago, Chile8 contributions
Great trekking in Santiago
Dec. 2016 • Friends
I've done the longest trail 3 times, two with family and one with friends and it gets better every time. It is a great trekking for everyone, the longest trail is about 8 hours (4 hours each way). The views of the mountains and the sounds of the nature are a great escape from all the noise in Santiago. Bring water, some sandwiches, sunscreen and comfortable shoes. If you want to do the longest trail arrive early cause otherwise the park rangers will not allow you, they take safety very seriously which is good.
Written 22 November 2017
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Carolina R
Santiago, Chile11 contributions
Green lung and easy Trekking in Santiago!
Apr. 2017 • Family
This park is perfect to enjoy a day of trekking, picnic and relax surrounded by nature. I recommend it for all types of people since it is not of great difficulty so beginners can go without much experience in trekking. At the end of the route you will find an amazing waterfall and also during the way you will enjoy the sound of the river. Another important thing is that It has organic bathrooms so it does not cause any impact on the environment
Written 20 November 2017
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eVe
Singapore, Singapore293 contributions
A gem of hiking outside downtown Santiago known only to the locals
Nov. 2017 • Couples
Aguas de Ramon park is a hidden gem to foreigners located outside downtown Santiago. There are 3 trails and very safe for foreigners as park rangers patrol the areas. The easiest trek only takes 25 minutes round trip.

Paso Los Peumos is also a very easy trek suitable for children. The park information shows it is a trek of medium difficulty and 4 hours round trip but if you are fit, you could probably do it in 2 hours. Along the trek there are awesome view of Santiago, waterfalls and beautiful flowers. If you are for a more challenging trek, do the Salto de Apoquindo.

Public transport: Take the metro to Príncipe de Gales.  From here, take a taxi (4KM, about 10 mins, CH$4,500) which will take you straight to the gates. Once you arrive, you must sign in at the Visitor Centre and sign out upon departure.  The park is open year-round (from 8AM to 6PM) and admission is 2,000 pesos per person.
Written 4 November 2017
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beagleshnout
Branson, MO135 contributions
Fantastic Trekking Experience
Oct. 2017 • Business
Very well laid out with absolutely wonderful scenery. Trails are well marked and not terribly difficult. Very clean with no trash. Waterfalls are worth the trip by themselves. Great view of the city.
Written 2 October 2017
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