National Parks are usually extensive areas where unique, diverse biological environments interact. They have not been significantly altered by human action and are capable of self-perpetuating. Because of their unique features they are of special educational, scientific, or recreational interest.

  • Araucanía y Los Ríos

    The Region of La Araucania and Los Rios are characterized by a strong presence of the mapuche culture and possess in the "Valdivian"…

  • Torres del Paine National Park

    Torres del Paine National Park is one of the most spectacular national parks in the country. A world biosphere reserve, it has a huge…

  • Archipielago Juan Fernandez National Park

    The archipelago of Juan Fernandez National Park is composed of Alejandro Selkirk, Robinson Crusoe and Santa Clara islands. It was declared…

  • Chiloe National Park

    Chiloé National Park is dominated by the Valdivian rain forest with a dense forest formed by trees, Evergreen, shrubs and climbing…

  • Pucón

    Pucón is located in the Region of Araucanía on the shores of Lake Villarrica and stands out as the most important Lake Resort of Chile.…

  • Alberto de Agostini National Park

    The Alberto de Agostini National Park is located south of Punta Arenas, and to the West of Puerto Williams. This is a park consisting…