Tarlac and Halong Bay ecotours the best in Chile

Chilean authorities are warning tourists not to visit a popular tourist attraction in Chile’s capital, Santiago, amid concerns the country’s notorious tourist sector is getting too big.

The government on Wednesday issued a list of prohibited areas for tourists to visit in Santiago, which is home to several popular tourist attractions such as the famed Perú volcano and the Chaco Mountain.

The list includes the Perú Volcano, the famous volcano at the base of the Peruvian Andes, and the Halong Lake ecotouring and recreation area in the south of Santiago.

In the Peru Volcano area, the government said visitors could no longer come within a 500 meters radius of the volcano.

In the southern region of the lake, visitors must stay at least 500 meters away from the lake.

In Chile, tourists are banned from entering the Chacao Volcano area at least five days a week for the rest of their lives, and must avoid the nearby Chaco Mountains, a popular attraction for backpackers.

Tourists are also banned from using the Peruna volcano, a volcano in the Andes that is also home to the Peruvians’ national park.

In addition, visitors to the Halouque volcano area, where the volcano is located, must avoid visiting any other volcanoes, including Chaco and the nearby Peru mountains.

The tourism industry in Chile is estimated to generate $1.3 billion in annual revenue.

But it has been hit by the countrys notorious tourism sector, with several famous attractions shut down or severely restricted.

In 2015, authorities in Santiago shut down Halong Ecotourist Park, one of the country s most popular tourist destinations.

The park is located in the town of Halong, which has a population of around 500,000.

It’s known for its hiking trails and spectacular scenery.

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