National Parks in Chile have a new system for purchasing tickets
Publicado el 17 January 2024

As of January 1st, 2024, the National Parks Pass system has been implemented, providing access to the 61 units of the National System of Protected Wildlife Areas by the State of Chile (known by its Spanish acronym SNASPE).
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The National Parks Pass system will be managed by Ticket Pro, replacing the old ASPTicket system. Passes can be obtained at or at ticket booths across the country.

Note that starting from June 2024, a significant modification will be implemented. It will no longer be possible to purchase tickets for the same day or obtain them directly at the entrances.

Consequently, from the mentioned date, the entrances of the National Parks will be exclusively dedicated to validating the passes.

How to Purchase Your Entry to the National Parks in Chile

  • Visit and select the park you wish to visit.
  • Check the status of the selected park, as some may close during emergencies and complex weather conditions.
  • Choose the date you want to go, the type of ticket (available for national and international travelers), and then press the “pay” button.
  • When selecting a date, you will need to log in with your respective account. If you don’t have one, you can complete the registration right there.
  • Proceed to the payment process, and once completed, you will receive your purchased ticket.

What to Keep in Mind

  • If you plan to visit one of the National Parks in Chile, plan your trip on Chile es Tuyo, a Chilean tourism website, and find out all the necessary information, such as opening and closing hours, road conditions, how to get there, trails, and attractions of the place.
  • Define your entry and exit dates when purchasing your pass. Then, enter your name, ID card number, date of birth, gender, contact number, email, and country of origin. Remember that prices vary according to age, nationality, and disability status.
  • Payment is made using a debit, credit, or Onepay system. This way, you will receive your pass with a QR code, which you must show at the entrance of the corresponding National Park.

What Is Forbidden in a National Park

  • Be a responsible tourist. Do not throw trash away, protect the environment, and avoid unnecessary risks. Remember that pets, drones, smoking, fire, and the consumption of alcohol or any illicit substances are not allowed inside National Parks.
  • Do not feed native wildlife or use speakers, as it could harm local ecosystems. Moreover, do not bathe or go under waterfalls located in protected systems.
  • Always stay on designated trails, wear appropriate shoes and equipment, and drink lots of water. Protecting the natural richness of Chile is everybody’s task.

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