Cabo de Hornos National Park
|Cabo de Hornos National Park|
Satellital image of Hermite Islands
|Location||tierra del fuego, Chile|
|Nearest city||Puerto Williams|
|Area||631 km2 (244 sq mi)|
|Visitors||6,605 (in 2012)|
|Governing body||Corporación Nacional Forestal|
Cabo de Hornos National Park is located in the Cape Horn Archipelago, which belongs to the Commune of Cabo de Hornos, in the Antártica Chilena Province of Magallanes y Antártica Chilena Region. It was created in 1945 and includes the Wollaston Archipelago and the Hermite Islands. The park covers 631 km2 (244 sq mi). Management of this and other national parks in Chile is entrusted to Corporacion Nacional Forestal, CONAF.
It is the world's southernmost national park.
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