The archipelago of Juan Fernandez National Park is composed of Alejandro Selkirk, Robinson Crusoe and Santa Clara islands. It was declared by UNESCO as a world biosphere reserve in order to study and preserve nature.
Archipiélago de Juan Fernández National Park was founded on the 16th of January of 1935. It has an area of 9.570,55 ha, and was declared a Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO.
Although slightly difficult to get to, this park boasts one of the most amazing ecosystems in the planet: not only has it a unique and endemic flora, but also, the irregular geography and climate have forged a definite folkloric tradition distinct from that of the mainland.