The Undersecretariat for Regional and Administrative Development (Subdere) approved the construction of an inclusive trail in the Saltos del Laja, Bío Bío region, a place that was declared an Area of ​​Tourist Interest.

A construction project of an inclusive path approved the Subdere for the Laja Falls, a point that was declared an Area of ​​Tourist Interest (ZOIT).

It is a collaborative initiative that won a contest, said the regional director of the National Tourism Service (Sernatur) Bío Bío, Natalia Villegas.

The director expressed her joy at this progress for the development of the sector that is located on the limits of the communes of Los Angeles, Cabrero and Yumbel.


For its part, the regional head (s) of the Subdere Bío Bío, Lenka Paredes, reported that they are looking for give Saltos del Laja its own identity and that contributes to seeing the territory as a landscape unit.

The path to be improved is located in the section prior to the main waterfall, between the last place of the Yumbel artisan fair and the staircase that connects the edge of the river with the camping area located at the highest point.

Likewise, the intervention will be located at the foot of the mountain, bordering the bank of the Laja, where you can appreciate the place from different perspectives along with native flora.