Excursion to the Alerce Andino National Park
An activity for the nature-loving people where we will travel the coast of the Reloncaví estuary until we reach the Alerce Andino national park, to embark on an exciting trekking adventure.
We will begin our journey by taking an ancient route used by colonizers through the city of Alerce, until we reach the coast line of the city of Puerto Montt. Once there, we will take a road that will takes us through the Carretera Austral, until we reach the Alerce Andino national park, where you will be mesmerized by a beautiful combination of colors, sounds and aromas.
With a surface of 39,255 hectares, the Alerce Andino national park has an abundant native fauna, where the Puma, the Pudú, the Chilean Deer and birds like the Cóndor, the Black Woodpecker and the Peuco stand out. Also, the park contains abundant ever-green native forests, where we can find species such as the Mañío, the Lenga, the Tepa and a native larch forest.
A must-go destination for all nature and trekking lovers.
*Subject to weather conditions.
Season: All year
Duration: 4 to 6 hours
Departure: 09:00 AM
*Includes: Transportation/ Bilingual Guide (Spanish – English)
*Doesn’t Include: Lunch