Best National Parks in ChileIn total Chile has 100 National Parks, Reserves, and Monuments for you to enjoy during your stay.
Torres del Paine National Park, Rapa Nui National Park, and many more.
Pucon is a small southern town with wild bars and one of the most famous active volcanos known to the snowboard universe. Arriving into this village you’ll be blown away with the Villarrica volcano that will dominate practically every vista from town… that is when the sun is out.
When asked where to snowboard in the summer, we usually point them to The Nevados de Chillán resort area, located 5 hours south of Santiago via train or car or via a short flight to Concepcion. It is well worth the journey from the northern resorts. If you are going to snowboard Chile, you cannot miss Nevados.
You could debate on whether or not Portillo should be on this list. After all it is a skier’s mountain. Always has been and always will be. Some snowboarders hate it, but others love it. If you are a beginner or intermediate this is a great resort due to the wide open and well-maintained slopes.
If you are adventurous, you like challenges and you are in constant competition with yourself, the challenging heights that Chile boasts will make you jump with excitement. Mountains, snowfalls and even craters are some of the goals with which the country awaits you.
Overwhelming panorama. Walking between ice and glaciers will transport you to a universe of new sensations. With a firm and sure step, each stride will feel like your heart is squeezing with the immensity of the white desert and the litmus waters of its lagoons.
If you like adventure, live different experiences and travel in a group or family here in Chile there is an incredible panorama for you. Get on top of a 4 × 4 or a home engine and enjoy your vacation aboard an unforgettable expedition on an overland trip.
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