This volcano has been extinct for millions of years, and it is one of the most visited in the valley of Santiago. Located northeast of the city, Cerro Manquehue delights us from its summit with one of the most vast views around - including Chile's capital, the central Andes range, and even part of the coastal range. We will be amazed with the mountain's display of flora and fauna. In addition, we will see its sclerophyllous forest, a type of forest of which only one percent is being preserved in the central zone of the country. Condors, eagles, and foxes are only part of the beauty that attracts us to this ancient volcano. In Mapudungun, the language of the Mapuche indigenous people, Manquehue means condor's nest, named after the large presence of this species in the area. If we are lucky, we will get to observe these amazing creatures.