Alerce Costero National Park: Guardian of the Coastal Giants

Alerce Costero National Park is a testament to Chile's commitment to conserving its natural heritage. Nestled within the picturesque landscapes of the Los Ríos Region in southern Chile, this protected area spans the country's largest protected zone for mainland temperate coastal forests. Located west of Valdivia, the park boasts an array of breathtaking scenery, diverse ecosystems, and unique flora and fauna.

Bosque de Fray Jorge National Park: Oasis of Biodiversity and Natural Beauty

Nestled amidst the arid landscapes of the Atacama Desert, Bosque de Fray Jorge National Park emerges as a verdant oasis of biodiversity and natural beauty within the Cordillera de Talinay, part of the Chilean Coastal Range. Situated approximately 100 kilometers south of La Serena on the Pacific Ocean, this national park is a testament to the resilience of life in the face of challenging environmental conditions.