LA CAMPANA NATIONAL PARK
Know La Campana National Park
From the National Park you can visit Granizo, Las Palmas de Ocoa and Cajon Grande. The park has incredible natural beauty, and it's a place of great cultural interest because it was created to protect native species, like oak trees and the Chilean palm tree, esclerofilos forests, peumos, lingües, litres, maitenes and quillay. Fauna is very important as well, and here you can find quiques, culpeo foxes, chingues, partridges, aguiluchos, owls and codornices. Administrated by CONAF, La Campana National Park has many paths and it is a World Reserve of the Biosphere since 1977.
Attractions: Flora and fauna. Scientific patrimony of humanity.
Activities: Hiking, high mountain tours, picnic, photography, bird watch, flora and fauna contemplation.
How to get there: Land route, by Route 62 to Olmue.
When to go: All year long.
Weather: Mediterraneo weather. There is cloudiness in the shore all year long and the temperature is homogeneous. The annual media precipitations is 450 milimeters during winter time. In the interior, the rain reaches the 250 milimiters per year.
Services: Housing, food, roads, information center.
Surroundings: Entomology National Center, Darwin Route, Santo Domingo Temple.