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If you are planning to visit a national park in our country and do not know which one, here are some that are open to the public and the protocols you should follow to have a safe and organized adventure during these pandemic times.

CONAF, the national entity in charge of managing Chile’s National Parks, unveiled a new digital platform to schedule visits for our country’s several Protected Wildlife Areas.

To buy your ticket, all you have to do is visit www.aspticket.cl, where you will find all the information required to register, select your destination, and make your reservation, date and time of your visit.

Which national parks can I visit?
At the moment, the platform only offers online ticket reservations for three National Parks in our territory and one Natural Monument, but more are expected to be added soon.

Get your backpack ready and schedule your visit to live an unforgettable experience in some of the most beautiful landscapes on the planet.

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Did you know that Chile is the country with the Americas’ largest number of active volcanoes? This is the reason why geological tourism and fascination with Chile’s volcanoes is an increasingly popular and widespread phenomenon in our country.

Among the thousands of Chilean volcanoes, there are some that are an essential part of our history, whether due to their eruptions, geological heritage, or connotation for our indigenous culture. These volcanoes, in addition to being the most visited in Chile, are perfect for photography fans “Without a doubt, Chile’s most symbolic volcano is the Villarrica, one of the seven volcanoes in the world that has active lava flow that can be seen from its crater.

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Come and discover with us the natural, cultural, and adventure wonders that Lake & Volcanoes district and Patagonia it has for you.

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Far from the cosmopolitan and vibrant city of Santiago, a very special grape grows. Almost killed by insects, and then forgotten, the Carménère was reborn more than 10.000 km away from its homeland and today is Chile’s most renowned wine around the world… But how did that happen?

In the 19th century, the phylloxera epidemic almost wiped all of France’s raisin plants, forcing French winemakers to start over with their plantations of Malbec, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Carménère. Their efforts worked and almost all of the strains were brought back to life, but the Carménère couldn’t adapt to the cold spring and early autumn rains of Bordeaux and got extinct.

More than a hundred years passed and the Carménère was reborn in central Chile. How? A decade before the plague that affected France started, a few strains of Carménère joined the European winemakers that migrate to Chile around 1850. However, this survivor wine strain was sown next to Merlot and Cabernet plants and for years Carménère was marketed as these two varieties.

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Come and discover with us the natural, cultural, and adventure wonders that Central Chile and Wine valleys it has for you.

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