Visitors to Bosque Fray Jorge National Park will be in for a real treat as the park is home to a Valdivian Forest. An odd occurrence for northern Chile, this forest earned the National Park the title of World Biosphere Reserve in 1977. The National Park has been in existence since 1941 and since then has drawn nature lovers to the area. While the Valdivian Forest, possible due to the constant presence of costal fog, is the main attraction the Bosque Fray Jorge National Park has several other items and areas that will amaze and astound those visiting.
Avian lovers flock here for the wide variety of birds including eagles, quails and the Chilean Mocking Birds. Hiking is a popular activity at the National Park and the Interpretation of the Water-loving Forest Trail is the most popular hiking trail. Camping is possible at the park and there are about 13 sites suitable for such activities. The Bosque Fray Jorge National Park is a wonderful place for seeing the wonders of the Chile.
Please provide this reference number to our customer service center representative on request, so we can help you better