Know Chiloe Island
It is the second biggest island in South America, with only five islands, out of 40, without inhabitants. Its enviroment is practically virgin soil, most of which is part of the Chiloe National Park, which offers a natural and traditional scenary. The architecture is the major attraction of this destination. The “palafitos” and the old churches (built between the 18th and 19th centuries) have made of Chiloe a Patrimony of the Humanity by UNESCO. In Chiloe you can find a simply exquisit gastronomy variety.
Attractions: Flora and fauna. Historical, cultural, architectural and gastronomical interest zone.
Activities: Sea kayak, sport fishing, flora and fauna contamplation, photography.
Location: Los Lagos
How to get there: From Santiago: Airway to El Tepual Airport in Puerto Montt. Then, land route.
From Panamericana Route 5: Land route to Pargua. Then, seaway to Chacao.
When to go: All year long.
Weather: Rainy, moderate weather. This weather features rain all year long; in the interior, the temperature oscillates between day and night time.
Services: Housing, food, transportation, outdoor activities, information center, camping.
Surroundings: Achao, Ancud, Caulin Bay, Chacao, Chonchi, Compu, Curaco de Velez, Dalcahue, Laitec island, Mithological and Ecologycal Park of Chiloé, Chiloé National Park, Pingüineras de Puñihuil, Brava beach, Quellón, Chepu River, Yaldad.