Salto Las Siete Tazas
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This natural wonder belongs to the Las Siete Tazas National Reserve and it has fantastic native vegetation. There are seven waterfalls conected to each other.
Flora and fauna.
Trekking, bicycle ridings, river kayak, picnic, flora and fauna contemplation, photography.
Seventh region. Located 50 kilometers east of Molina and 100 kilometers northeast of Talca.
How to get there?
Land route, from Curico to Molina. Then take Route K-15.
When to go?
All year long except June, July and August.
Moderate mediterraneo weather. In the shore, the temperatures are moderate, with a dry season of 6 months by the north and 4 months in the south. During summer time, the high temperature goes from 19ºC to 30ºC, meanwhile, during winter the minimun temperature goes to 7ºC.
Outdoor activities, camping.
Iloca beach, Duao beach and bay, San Pedro Springs, Llico Bay, Carlos Condell Hill, Teno Lagoons, English Park, Curicó, Villa Prat town, Torca Lagoon National Reserve, Radal Siete Tazas National Reserve, Salinas de Boyeruca, La Leona Waterfalls, Las Siete Tazas waterfalls, Vichuquén, Vichuque Lake, El Planchón Volcano.
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Salto Las Siete Tazas touristic attractions
Near touristic attractions
|Altos de Lircay National Reserve||7 mi|
|Colbun Dam||18 mi|
|Maule Valley Wine Route||18 mi|
|Maule Valley and Talca||22 mi|
|Curico Valley Wine Route||27 mi|
|Panimavida Hotsprings||30 mi|
|Quinamavida Hotsprings||32 mi|
Destinations by Areas of Chile
|Atacama Desert and Altiplano|
|La Serena, beaches and astronomy|
|Valparaíso, Santiago and Vineyards|
|Lakes and Volcanoes District|
|North Patagonia and Black Forest|
|South Patagonia and Torres del Paine|