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Coyhaique National Reserve

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Coyhaique, Chile
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Private Shore Excursion to Coyhaique National Reserve from Puerto Chacabuco
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Coyhaique, Chile
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Reviewed 9 May 2017 via mobile

We did this hike. It was ok. Some ok views. Nothing spectacular didn't save any photos. It is better for exercise for local as than anything. Or camping for locals. Would never go again. Go to the other park I heard was much nicer

Thank Brody U
Reviewed 3 March 2017

A half day visit should be sufficient unless you wanted to go on the longer hikes. Not many people were visiting when I was there. Trails were well marked.

Thank LAML
Reviewed 28 January 2017

An hour is really enough in this wee town .It is typical of the area but a bit touristy. There are lots of souvenirs stalls with local handcrafts at reasonable prices. The catherdral is a red corrugated iron building not much like any other cathedral...More

Thank holidayseeker
Reviewed 19 January 2017

We booked an excellent private tour to Coyhaique and the surrounding region through TA's excursion company. After a bit of confusion as to where to meet (TIP: look outside the main port terminal where the cruise excursions all meet and look for your tour guide...More

Thank world1explorer
Reviewed 20 May 2016 via mobile

Fantastic hike with gorgeous scenery. Not that much else to say! Really worth a visit if you're staying in Coyhaique. We got a taxi here in the morning. We were going to walk back to Coyhaique, or at least to the main road to find...More

Thank Adam H
Reviewed 22 March 2016

Went here for an afternoon while in town. 2500 pesos entry fee. Drove around but also did the very nice trail around the lake. Very quiet and peaceful. Well marked out through the woods. We enjoyed it very much You could also bike or hike...More

Thank John B
Reviewed 23 November 2015

We spent a half day walking in this reserve. The trail was billed as fairly flat but we gained well over a thousand feet in three to four miles. The trail was in excellent shape. It wound through southern beech rainforest. Our walk ended at...More

1  Thank OneAddictedTraveler
Reviewed 18 October 2015

10 minute drive from Coyhaique, so good for a short outing. Too easy for the serious trekking crowd. Crazy red-tape system at the gate to enter the park (filling out forms in duplicate, for example). Seemed a little goofy and excessive. Pleasant place overall.

Thank HTMurgatroyd
Reviewed 20 May 2015

The trip to puertto Aisen is amazing and so beautiful. a once in a life time experience. love the south of chile, go to puyuape, love the rugs

Thank mototyacht
Reviewed 26 March 2015

There is a nice central square with lovely roses. There is also a nice group of small stalls with handmade Chilean items. They make nice mementos and are reasonably priced. The drive there from the coast is interesting as you go from a very lush...More

Thank NewOrleansfirstgal
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