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The common problems for those who unable to make it.
1. The tour agency and the guide normally dont inform us well about how important to arrive early.
2. Some tourist always come late. We have to wait.
3. The tour agency or the guide...More
There are two common routes to access the El Morado National Monument Park, one access through the Quebrada Morales valley and starts near community were the Baño Morales hostel is located. This place is very close to the Camino al Vulcan road, and is the...More
Foreigners pay 5000 cl pesos each. They don't take credit card or other currency. Takes 5-7 hours depending on your speed. It is beautiful. It is not an easy hike. The little town outside the park is fantastic. Had best pizza ever. Great small town...More
We took the bus that leaves at the Vicente Valdes station next to Petrobras at 8:30
From the the centre You need take the subway to Vicente Valdez. Then you need walk until gasoline station calls Petrobras and there is gonna be the bus. (We...More
This park/hike is underrated by the guidebooks. Its a beautiful hike, 1st hour is pretty difficult, hours 2 and 3 are not hard and you make it to the base of the glacier. Sunscreen is a must because there is zero shade. Fantastic day hike,...More
We wanted to get at least close to the Andes so we booked a day hike to Monumento El Morado. We were picked up at our hotel and driven through the beautiful Maipo valley.
We made one stop at a market and our guide picked...More
Getting here is half the fun, thru the spectacular Maipo valley. As you get to Banos Morales, you leave the main road and take this dirt road that is very steep both on the way down and up the other side, and also in a...More
In order to get to the park it is recommended to go with your own vehicle since the buses only reach the town Baños Morales during the weekends on the high season.
I went on April, so the bus took me up to San Gabriel,...More