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Juan Fernandez National Park

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Declared National Park in 1935, the Juan Fernandez National Park has a unique flora in the world, with species like the Chonta Palm tree, cinnamon trees, sandal trees and apple trees.

There are interest animal species as well, with red hummingbirds, cernicalos and two-hair sea dogs, among many others.

In 1977 the Park was declared World Reserve of the Biosfera by UNESCO.


Flora and fauna. World Reserve of the Biosfera.


Trekking, hiking, horseback ridings, scuba diving, mountainbike, picnic, birds watch, swimming, flora and fauna contemplation, photography.


Fifth region.

How to get there?

Valparaiso-Juan Fernandez Archipielago: Seaway (Chilean Navy transportation)

Santiago- Juan Fernandez Archipiélago: Airway, from Tobalaba Small Airport. Then seaway to the Cumberland Bay.

When to go?

All year long.


Mediterranean with ocean influences. The anual media temperature is 15,5ºC. The rain is subtropical with a media of 1,181 milimeters per year. The humidity surpasses the 70%.


Housing, food, information center, forest ranger.


Santa Barbara Fortress, Loberias Tierras Blancas, Alejandro Selkrik Balcony, Yunque square, French port, English port.


Entrance is $2000 Chilean pesos for adults and $500 Chilean pesos for kids.

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