Andes Nativa, a travel agency specializing in tours to Chile, has announced that it is changing its name to Andes Viva. The new name reflects the agency’s commitment to providing its clients with vibrant and exciting travel experiences.
Chile, with its breathtaking landscapes and vibrant culture, has emerged as a sought-after destination for sustainable travelers. This South American gem offers a wide range of eco-friendly activities and initiatives, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the country’s natural wonders while minimizing their environmental impact.
Morro Moreno National Park is located in the Mejillones Peninsula sector, Antofagasta Region, located in the Coastal Mountain Range between the municipalities of Antofagasta and Mejillones, in the province and Region of Antofagasta. It is located 65 kilometers north of the regional capital, its surface corresponds to a total of 7,313.89 hectares.
The Chilean National Park Kawesqar landscapes are a mosaic composed of mountain ranges, forests, glaciers, fjords, lakes, wetlands, and valleys that make up virgin ecosystems of unequaled beauty. It is one of Chile’s nearly untouched pieces of nature and habitat of a great diversity of species.
In the high plateau of the Tarapacá Region, among volcanoes, lagoons and sacred hills of the Aymara people, is the Isluga Volcano National Park. This protected wilderness area, is home to one of the most impressive concentrations of biodiversity associated with the high Andean ecosystem.
Lauca National Park was created in 1970. It covers an area of 137,883 hectares, including areas of foothills and highlands. Administratively, it belongs to the commune of Putre, province of Parinacota, Region of Arica and Parinacota. In 1981, it was declared part of the World Network of Biosphere Reserves.