Chile’s beautiful National Parks

Chile, spanning 2,650 miles (4,265 kilometers) from north to south, boasts over 40 national parks established over the past century. These parks safeguard endangered species, diverse landscapes, and stunning natural marvels. The collection below showcases images from various parks highlighting the country’s rich biodiversity and scenic beauty.

Alpacas graze along the shore of Chungara Lake, with Parinacota volcano visible in the background, in Lauca National Park, near Putre, in northern Chile. 
A pair of Andean flamingos fly above Chungara Lake. 
A young mountain viscacha snuggles up to a sleeping adult on a rock in Lauca National Park.
A waterfall known as Cascada de Ventisquero Colgante, or Hanging Glacier Falls, drops down a cliff below the face of Ventisquero Colgante Glacier, in Ventisquero Colgante Queulat National Park.
Moais stand in Rapa Nui National Park on the slopes of Rano Raraku volcano, on Chile’s Easter Island.
People pilot a small boat through floating ice at the terminus of San Rafael Glacier, in Laguna San Rafael National Park, on March 30, 2015.
A puma prowls through brush in Torres del Paine National Park.
The active Villarrica volcano, seen beneath a starry sky in Villarrica National Park.
A herd of guanacos grazes on a hillside in Torres del Paine National Park, in the Magallanes region of southern Chile.
A view of the Torres del Paine mountains, seen from the Mirador Las Torres.
The low sun illuminates cloud formations above the Cordillera del Paine, in Torres del Paine National Park.
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