A couple of waterfalls in different levels. Very stunning and special views. Walk of 300 m after the gate. Entrance fee of 5000 pesos. Toilets and picnic tables available. Road is rough gravel road but doable on 2WD. Takes about an hour from the main road to get there.
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Park is open, 8k for foreigners, 1600 per sector for locals of with RUT. We liked the siete tazas, cinco tazas and malarca trail. The chiquallanes one was only so so for the view.
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PARK HAS BEEN CLOSED FOR A MONTH DUE TO FIRES.
We drove here without knowing that and the drive was fine. The unpaved roads are in good condition and very doable with our 2WD. They are working on the roads and making progress so pretty soon they'll be mostly paved.
They said the park would be opening again soon but nobody knew when. So just check before you make the drive. Since we were already there around 3:30pm, we brought our chairs to Parque Inglés and jumped in the crystal clear water for a couple of fun afternoon hours (by the bridge). It was really pretty and we used the opportunity to bathe here. I've included some pictures of the river.
After swimming, we drove to the entrance of Radal 7 Tazas (3 kilometers) and there was not anyone around so we had total privacy. We didn't pay anything so that was a bonus as well. We'll have to come back one day to see the national park and trails.Report Check-In
We drove to parque inglese and the road was ok and not shity/bad. Maybe the road had been improved during the last weeks. Some of the steep parts are even paved. As we have made it with our kombi T2, the road is doable for every 2WD.
We hiked the Chiquillanes trail (forest + beautiful views) with the extension to Malacara (natural river pools) in 4,5 hours.
Do confirm previous comment about the small hike (thomas.grolade) .
For us it really do not deserved it to do all thid shity gravel road for these tiny hikes. Maybe if you go swimming but even ...
Would not go again.
6000 CLP. The dirty road is bad but doable.
We did 3 senderos in one day :
- Coiguë : 3 km return. Not very special. Start from Conaf administration sector Ingles, the last one at the end of the path of senderos.
- 5 Tazas : 3 km return. A beautiful view at the end. Start from a camping in front of restaurants of sector Ingles.
- 7 Tazas : Difficult access to the waterfall "de la Leona" and her swimming pool at the end of the sendero Siete Tazas. Around 2/3 km return.
Great park with nice hikes. We visited Siete Tazas, Cinco Tazas, and hiked the Chiquillanes trail. Everything we did can be done in one day, starting with the Chiquillanes trail. The lighting for the waterfalls is better mid day. We really recommend Cinco Tazas, very photogenic in our opinion. Only Parque Ingles was open for camping during our visit. Added photos of available hikes.Report Check-In
We went here with our truck camper. The road isn’t in really good shape but still doable with 2 WD.
As we started to visit everything early in the morning we didn’t pay anything because no one was there to collect the money.
It’s a really beautiful place that we recommend 🙏
Beautiful national park with bright blue waterfalls (central America status). The sendero to the miradores is really lovely and well done. Quality place that reminded us of home (USA)Report Check-In
A couple of waterfalls in different levels. Very stunning and special views. Walk of 300 m after the gate. Entrance fee of 5000 pesos. Toilets and picnic tables available. Road is rough gravel road but doable on 2WD. Takes about an hour from the main road to get there.Report Check-In