Trek at Chiloe National park
6 hours 45 mins
Available all year
Learn about the local flora and fauna, and the history of the primitive settlements
Chiloe National Park has an area of 43,000 hectares
Enjoy great views over Cucao Lake and the Pacific Ocean
Hear about the tsunami that Cucao village suffered in 1960
A park with a view
Enjoy impressive vistas over Cucao Lake and the Pacific Ocean walking the educational ‘El Tepual’ trail. Along the walk, you see many types of rain forest plants, such as the blue coihües, and mañios. Scout for Blue whales, sea lions and dolphins in the krill rich waters. You’ll also drive by Cucao village and learn about the tsunami that hit this town in 1960.
Booking code: A-WCA2
Included: Light lunch
Remarks/requirements: We recommend waterproof non-slippery trekking shoes and a water resistant coat in case of rain.
Weather in Chiloe is unpredictable; guests should be prepared for possible showers during the day. 3h total driving time
Walking information: Total walking is nearly 2.8 km at a slow pace, with many wooden gangways along the trail.
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