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The official park website clearly states “a 4x4 is not necessary to access the park”
Unfortunately we found this to be the complete opposite. The 18km gravel road off route 5 is poorly maintained and full of giant pot holes. We managed to navigate these...More
Date of experience: May 2018
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parquetantauco, Comunicaciones at Parque Tantauco, responded to this reviewResponded 16 May 2018
Thanks for your opinion. We hope to improve in the future. Regards,
This private park open to the public is a gem. It protects roughly one quarter of Chiloe Island. Cypress forests, lakes, rivers and swamps. A refuge for rare animals such as Darwin's Fox and the Southern Pudu (one of the smallest deer species in the...More
They have made strict rules requiring you to book a plane or transport with them. It made it outrageously expensive and frustrating. This seems to be a private park for the rich, not for the common backpacker or trekker. It was so pricey that we...More
Went here with my husband for a day hike mid January. The coliguacho bugs were out in full force and made the hike itself pretty miserable, but the park was very nice. Helpful Rangers, great facilities, trails are well marked, etc.
My only complaint (if...More
*This* is th plce to go if you want to go hiking on Chiloe. 150kms hikes, several refuges, camp sites, some domes. Infrastructure is the best I encountered in any Chilean park. For something short but special, wald the "Bosques Inundados", a boardwalk following a...More