Meet a majestic place where diverse ecosystems of the Green Patagonia coexist, millenarian forests with imposing mountains, waterfalls, rivers, wetlands and beautiful lagoons.

Tagua Tagua Park Come visit us

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We are a Private Protected Area of ​​3,000 hectares, located in the basin of the Puelo River, on the shores of Tagua Tagua Lake, Cochamo commune, in the Chilean Patagonia. Founded in 2013 for preservation, scientific research and ecotourism.

You can visit us for the day or stay in 3 cozy shelters, to explore all the trails enjoying the landscapes, flora and fauna of the pristine forest at any time of the year.

Evergreen forest, water and mountains interact here in an endless cycle of life, giving home to Millenary Alerces, Coihues and Lichens among others. It is home to species such as Pudú, Pumas, Monito del Monte, Chucao …

The geographical characteristics and a bold access for humans allow the Park to remain virgin. Natural barriers, such as Lake Tagua Tagua in its lower part and granite peaks in its upper part, have protected this beautiful place from human intervention. And the forces of nature: the wind, the rains, the rivers with their waterfalls and the displacements of glaciers that millions of years ago are no longer there, populated the Tagua Tagua Park with majestic pieces of art of nature.

We invite you to visit the Tagua Tagua Park.

Activities Enjoy

Trekking
Trekking
Climbing
Climbing
Observation of wildlife
Observation of wildlife
Night trekking
Night trekking
Mushroom route
Mushroom route
Lunch at the Alerces lake
Lunch at the Alerces lake

Experiences of our visitors

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Despues de 7 viajes¡¡

Despues de 7 visitas al parque, cumplimos un deseo en familia de llegar a Refugio Alerces con Maximiliano de 5 años. Sorpresa que a pesar de llevar un arnes, no lo usamos porque maxi subio solo y lo que para nosotros era lo dificil del sendero, para el era lo entretenido¡. El parque sus refugio […]

Hermoso parque y calidad humana altísimo

Nunca he publicado nada al respecto de las visitas que he realizado a muchos parques como este, donde la belleza natural es inigualable. Sólo decir en ese aspecto, que las fotos publicadas quedan pequeñas a lado de la hermosa expresión de la naturaleza en este parque. Quice comentarlo, puesto que por primera vez sufrí un […]

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Un trekking inolvidable

En familia recorrimos 6,5 KM del parque hasta el refugio alerce, no les mentire que hacer un trekking con 2 niñas (una de 6 años y la otra de 1 año 5 meses) es agotador pero vale la pena, la mayor le encanto el recorrido caminando en todo el recorrido de 13 KM en 9 […]

Maravilloso

Un parque maravilloso, para despejarse desconectarse una experiencia única que vale la pena caminar tanto y lo ideal seria repetirlo…

“Conocimiento es Gratis”

“Conocimiento es Gratis”
“Conocimiento es nuestra deuda para otros”

Plan your trip

Directions

Download the instructions to get to the park

What to bring

To enjoy the park, we suggest you bring the following equipment

Regulation

Check our regulations so that we all enjoy and take care of the park

Frequent questions

Check the following information before visiting the park

Map of the trails

Plan your visit to the park

Reservation and return policy

Review our reservation policies before booking

Accommodation

The Notros refuge is the first refuge of the park. It has a capacity of three passengers within the shared spaces. 

To access this refuge you have to walk about 500 meters from the entrance to the park.

It has a large terrace which makes this refuge a privileged place to have wonderful views of Lake Tagua Tagua and the basin of the Rio Puelo.

Facilities: wood stove, kitchen utensils, hot water, bath and shower, mattresses.

Notros Refuge

The Notros refuge is the first refuge of the park. It has a capacity of three passengers within the shared spaces. To access this refuge you have to walk about 500 meters from the entrance to the park. It has a large terrace which makes this refuge a privileged place to have wonderful views of Lake Tagua Tagua and the basin of the Rio Puelo. Facilities: wood stove, kitchen utensils, hot water, bath and shower, mattresses.
To reach the Quetrus refuge you must walk for about 5.5 hours, covering a total of 10 kilometers. This refuge is characterized by offering privacy to its visitors, as well as a beautiful view of the granite mountains. All this in a place surrounded by beautiful larches.

Facilities: wood stove, kitchen utensils, water, bath, mattresses and sleeping bags.

Quetrus Refuge

To reach the Quetrus refuge you must walk for about 5.5 hours, covering a total of 10 kilometers. This refuge is characterized by offering privacy to its visitors, as well as a beautiful view of the granite mountains. All this in a place surrounded by beautiful larches. Facilities: wood stove, kitchen utensils, water, bath, mattresses and sleeping bags.
To access the Alerces refuge, you must walk 6.5 km in approximately 4 hrs reaching a height of 535 meters above sea level. The views from this place, as well as the warmth of its environment, make this refuge a place of encounter with nature unique in its kind. Special mention deserves it's sight to a forest of sunken larches, that simply captivates to those who enjoy it.

Facilities: wood stove, kitchen utensils, hot water, bath and shower, mattresses.

Alerces Refuge

To access the Alerces refuge, you must walk 6.5 km in approximately 4 hrs reaching a height of 535 meters above sea level. The views from this place, as well as the warmth of its environment, make this refuge a place of encounter with nature unique in its kind. Special mention deserves it’s sight to a forest of sunken larches, that simply captivates to those who enjoy it. Facilities: wood stove, kitchen utensils, hot water, bath and shower, mattresses.
It is a cozy lodge of 220 hectares. It is an excellent alternative for those who visit the park, with a total of 22 rooms and two cabins, meeting room, outdoor pool, hot wood tub, extensive beach of Tagua Tagua Lake, rivers and trails, has a wide variety of excursions that take place throughout of the Puelo river valley.

Mítico Puelo Lodge and Cabins

It is a cozy lodge of 220 hectares. It is an excellent alternative for those who visit the park, with a total of 22 rooms and two cabins, meeting room, outdoor pool, hot wood tub, extensive beach of Tagua Tagua Lake, rivers and trails, has a wide variety of excursions that take place throughout of the Puelo river valley.

Rates

Entrance to the park

Entrance to the park

General public. Includes access to all the trails in the park.
$ 8000 p/p
Alerces Refuge

Alerces Refuge

Shared refuge.
$ 15.000 p/p
Notros Refuge

Notros Refuge

Shared refuge
$ 15.000 p/p
Quetrus Refuge

Quetrus Refuge

Private refuge. Minimum rental value based on 2 people. Additional passenger $ 20,000 per person.
$ 80.000
Three days at the park package

Three days at the park package

Includes: Transfers Puerto Maldonado / Parque Tagua Tagua round trip, entrance ticket, 2 Nights accommodation in Alerces Refuge.
$ 45.000 p/p
Transfer by boat to the Park

Transfer by boat to the Park

Puerto Maldonado - Tagua Tagua Park (round trip)
$ 10.000 p/p
Lunch

Lunch

In the Alerces lagoon and refuge Notros you can enjoy picnic and barbecue (reservations in advance)
Workshops

Workshops

Ask about our Workshops

Reservations All the entrance to the park is made 48 hours in advance to the email info@parquetaguatagua.cl Prices valid for the season September 2018 – May 2019. The schedules of public transportation services, such as barges or buses, are subject to change, the Tagua Tagua Park is NOT responsible for non-compliance with schedules or delays. Transportation: the boat and transfers must be coordinated with advance notice with the reservation. Quetrus Refuge is rented privately.  Alerces y Notros Refuges are rented in shared mode, and the listed price is per person, per night. Entry and Exit: The entrances and exits to and from the Park are made from Puerto Maldonado and are subject to changes in weather conditions. Rental of shelter in refuges does Not include food. 

Our team Caring the nature

Valeria K.

Valeria K.

Operations and Logistics manager
Anastassia P.

Anastassia P.

Marketing and Sells manager
Andres D.

Andres D.

Park ranger
Sebastian C.

Sebastian C.

Park ranger

Contact and Reservations Schedule your visit

In order to minimize the impact of visitors to the park (maximum capacity 42 people per day) the entrance is only with reservations, this way you help us in the process of conservation and environmental protection.

Reservations are made from Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and should be made 48 hours in advance of the date of arrival at the Park.

(+56) 9 8184 0544