The Jardin Botanico Chagual, is located in the Metropolitan Park of Santiago, Chile. It covers nearly 70 acres.
Opened in 2002, its focus is to preserve plants that are native to Chile. There are also many plants that are native to the Mediterranean region. Many of them are rare and endangered.
As you walk through the gardens, you will see evergreen trees, shrubs, mountain cypress, and a lot of cacti.
The garden is open from dawn to dusk. Admission is free.