Llanos de Challe National Park is located on the coast of the Atacama desert. It is characterized by its flora and fauna, mainly birds and desert scrub.It is a protected area for its high biodiversity and good state of conservation.

The ecology of the park is based on the coastal desert. The park, which was declared an interest site for mining purposes, boasts over 250 animal species, the predominant ones bieng the condor, falco peregrinus, and so forth.

Run by CONAF, this area protects a valuable desert flora, among which the most remarkable genuses are Copiapoa Carrizalensis, and during the flowering dessert phenomenon, the strange and beautiful garra de lón (Leontoichir ovallei). You can also find other flowers like añañuca, pata de guanaco, country lilies, and nolana paradoxa.

The goal of the park is to protect the vegetation of the coastal desert. These vegetal formations have a high biodiversity and a good preservation status in the areas of Llanos de Challe and Carrizal Bajo.

Llanos de Challe National Park map