- Price per person:
- from CLP$ 79.000 per person.
- 8:00 am to 6:30 pm.
- 10 hours and a half.
- Pickup at the hotel (urban area), bilingual guide (Spanish and English), lunch, private transportation, seat insurance, fray Jorge National Park entry ticket and encanto Valley National Monument entry ticket.
- What to bring:
- Trekking shoes, hat to protect against the sun, sunglasses, sunscreen, water, comfortable clothing, digital camera with battery and memory space and windbreaker.
- Weather :
- Subject to weather conditions.
- Minimum of passengers:
- departure from 6 passengers.
- Cancellation and rescheduling policy :
- 3 days.
Price for Fray Jorge National Park & Encanto Valley:
- 1 passenger: CLP$ 340,000.
- Group of 2 passengers: CLP$ 184,000 per person.
- Group of 3 passengers: CLP$ 133,000 per person.
- Group of 4 passengers: CLP$ 106,000 per person.
- Group of 5 passengers: CLP$ 90,000 per person.
- Group of 6 passengers: CLP$ 79,000 per person.
Let's get prepared for a light trek with this Fray Jorge National Park & Encanto Valley National Monument, where we will be able to go over the tracks through a Valdivian forest in the middle of a semi-desert area and the archaeological heritage of the Molle culture.
- Pickup at your hotel to leave La Serena and take the South 5 Route, so then take the detour towards the Fray Jorge National Park.
- We will go upwards the hill in a vehicle, having the possibility to see the landscape change from semi-desert to a hydrophilic forest.
- Once on the top, we will be witnesses of a Valdivian forest in the middle of the Chilean IV Region.
- We will recognize the flora of the place with a hike by the tracks, at the same time we make birdwatching.
- Once the journey on foot is ended, we will board the vehicle again to go by Barraza, where we will have lunch.
- After that, we will go towards the Encanto Valley National Monument that has an important pre-Columbian archaeological heritage, leaved there by the Molle culture.
- We will be able to traverse the area, watching pictographs, tacita stones and geological formations from the indigenous people who lived in the area.
- Return La Serena.