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NATIONAL PARK SIETE TAZAS: A GREAT START OF VANLIFE

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April 3, 2019
This post may contain affiliate links, which means that if you choose to click trough and make a purchase, we will receive a small comission (we’re literally talking pennies here folks!) at absolutely no extra cost to you. This allows us to keep creating awesome travel tips for free and… Ah, who are we kidding here, we’re gonna spend bucks by buying yet another flashy toy for our dog which His Highness will promptly ignore.

And so we went. After we had bought our van (Pisco is his name 😉 ) we started our adventure. Our first stop was national park Siete Tazas (7 cups), which is located in the Chilean province of Curicó.

National park Siete Tazas got a name from the pools that look like cups and are connected with waterfalls. Besides “7 cups” and “5 cups” there are also two bigger waterfalls in the park.

What a great start of our vanlife trip around South America!

 

Useful info:

Entrance fee to the national park Siete Tazas is 5000 CLP for foreigners (which is around 7,5$) but if you have a RUT (Chilean tax number, that you need to have in case you are buying a car in Chile), the price is only 2500 CLP.

In some places in national park you can swim and there are also payed and free camping spots! 🙂

 

If you have any question about national park Siete Tazas just write us!

Happy vagabonding 🙂

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