TAMANGO NATIONAL RESERVE
Know Tamango National Reserve
This National Reserve was named after its marvelous hills: Tamango (1722 meters above sea level) y Tamanguito (1485 meters a.s.l.), which are the most important attractives. It has wild vegetation and exotic fauna in which you can find Chile's national emblem: The Huemul. With a colorful geography, this National Reserve features a varied topography. Moreover, the Divisadero mountain has a particular and attractive relief.
Attractions: Wild flora and fauna –including the huemul-. Colorful geography with rocks and mountains.
Activities: Hiking, flora and fauna contemplation, photography.
How to get there: Santiago-Coyhaique: Airway.
Coyhaique-Cochrane: Land route by Austral Route. Also airway by Cochrane small airport.
When to go: All year.
Weather: Cold weather. The annual media temperature is 9ºC. The rain is plentiful all year -600 to 4000 milimeters per year-.
Services: Housing, food, transportation, camping.
Surroundings: Tortel bay, Exploradores bay, Castillo Hill, Las Manos cave, Bertrand Lake, Cochrane lake, Leones lake, San Lorenzo Hill, Bernardo O`Higgins National Park, General Carrera Lake, Castillo Hill Nacional Reserve, Baker River, Capilla de Mármol Nature Sanctuary, Jorge Montt snowcap, Leones snowcap, Soler snowcap.