Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve is a privately protected area nestled in the middle of the Patagonian Andes of Southern Chile. In its 100.000 hectares of extension there is a surprising biological diversity, species of flora and fauna unique in the world. The Reserve, through its three pillars: conservation, community integration and sustainable tourism seeks to preserve this natural and cultural wealth for future generations.
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From unspoiled beaches, glacial lakes and century-old forests that are home to a variety of endemic birds and species.
Huilo - Huilo is part of a unique and little explored ecosystem, which corresponds to the jungle territory of Patagonia, in the southern Andes. In this territory areas of scientific and conservation interest are superimposed at world level.
The natural isolation of the Valdivian ecoregion for several thousand years, produced unique species of animals and plants, which have very unique characteristics, so it hosts one of the most extraordinary and representative biodiversities of the planet.
Exuberant nature that shelters a surprising biological diversity, lakes of glacial origin and innumerable watercourses, with the largest number of species of ferns of continental Chile and an important number of species threatened or in risk of extinction.
The geographical isolation of this region allowed the development of coihues, raulies, ñirres, ulmos, chilcos, ferns, mosses, chilcos, pudús, huemules, pumas, Darwin's frogs, chucaos, black carpenters, monitos del monte, among many other species.