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Like a black Sahara.

An easy walk from the road leads the traveler into an otherworldly landscape, surrounded by... read more

Reviewed 14 April 2018
twiedema
Really nice drive

After hiking around the park, we drove over the pass to Lonquimay then through the tunnel back to... read more

Reviewed 6 January 2017
David F
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14 Apr 2018
“Like a black Sahara.”
6 Jan 2017
“Really nice drive”
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| Reserva Nacional Malalcahuello, Lonquimay, Chile
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Reviewed 14 April 2018

An easy walk from the road leads the traveler into an otherworldly landscape, surrounded by volcanoes and with amazing views over ancient lava streams.

Thank twiedema
Reviewed 6 January 2017

After hiking around the park, we drove over the pass to Lonquimay then through the tunnel back to Malalcahuello. The tunnel was very cool and the views at the top of the pass was also nice. The town itself was very nice and worth walking...More

Thank David F
Reviewed 19 December 2016

Go with a 4x4 and enjoy the amazing views of the volcano and its surroundings. You'll see how the volcano, during its last eruption in 1988-1990, has "eaten" the landscape. Then suddenly everything changes again into a beautiful green forest with green lakes. An amazing...More

Thank Wouter S
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