In the Uruguayan hinterland, Quebrada de los Cuervos National Park is home to a rich and varied biodiversity.
In the northwest of the country, in the Uruguayan hinterland, stands the incredible Quebrada de los Cuervos National Park. Off the beaten track, the reserve enjoys a subtropical microclimate and offers landscapes of canyons and hills. With an area of 365 hectares, Quebrada is home to a rich biodiversity and it is not uncommon to come across a wide variety of endangered birds, such as the mountain peacock, saffron blackbird and Dominican Pepoaza. Many hikes are offered through the natural Reserve. They are all easy to access, signposted, and can be done, for the most part, without a guide.
Several water activities, such as rafting and canoeing, are also available on the Verbal Chico River. At the entrance, the Visitor Centre offers a small museum of natural sciences.
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