Castro

Chiloé National Park

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Itinerary


– Output Castro- Cucao (Chiloé National Park)
– Visit Chonchi (Church and museum)
– Visit Huillinco (Town and lake)
– Hiking trail in the Tepual (1 hour suitable for all ages)
– Lunch at a Restaurant near Cucao
– Return to Castro

Know before you book

Important:

  • Prices given per PERSON in US$
  • Lowest Price Guarantee
  • No booking fees
  • Full refund if port stop is cancelled or ship can’t dock

Per person in American Dollars

1 person: US$ 308
2/4 people: US$ 192
5/7 people: US$ 181
8/9 people: US$ 171
10/11 people: US$ 151
12/13 people: US$ 131
14/15 people: US$ 129
16/19 people: US$ 119
20/25 people: US$ 114
26/32 people: US$ 104

Inclusions & Exclusions

Inclusions:

  • Lunch
  • Water and wine
  • National Park Entrance
  • Port/Hotel pick up and drop off
  • Professional Local Guide (Spanish, French or English)
  • Private Tour

 

Exclusions:

  • Gratuities

Cancellation Policy

  • If your ship can´t dock due to inclement weather conditions there is no cancellation fee
  • If you cancel at least 7 calendar days in advance, there is no cancellation fee either
  • If you cancel between 3 and 6 calendar days in advance, you will be charged a 50% cancellation fee
  • If you cancel within 2 calendar days in advance, you will be charged a 100% cancellation fee

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What to expect

Our tour begins with the transfer of passengers from the port and then takes appropriate heading south towards the sector of the city of Chonchi, to visit the Church of San Carlos de Borromeo (Heritage), whose construction is style Neoclassical. Then we go to the Museum of Traditions Chonchi, to get a taste of what is the Chiloe culture.

After that we will continue our tour through the best farmland on the island, between old houses testify to the dating of the settlement. After 20 minutes we arrive at Huillinco, a village that came to the port in 1935 as support of the settlers installed on the coast. Today it is a place with a beach, inn and guest house. Its port function was lost with the opening of the route to Cucao, only in 1983.

Our journey continues to the coastline along Lake Huillinco to the village of Cucao, which is an ancient Indian village in 1734 that already had a chapel. Since the mid-eighteenth century was visited by Jesuit missionaries as a first-stop circulating mission. Today there are milestones of significance since the 1960 tsunami devastated its oldest buildings. At the mouth of the lake is a bridge for vehicles to cross the Chanquín sector, where we enter the National Park Chiloé, which is located on the western slopes of the Cordillera de la Costa mountain range called Piuchén here, consisting of a solid summit with heights between 500 and 800 m.

The park is divided into three areas: the Chepu sector (7800 ha), Metalqui Islet (50 hectares) and Anay (35207 Ha) Sector. Chanquin begins our tour through a path that crosses the path of the Tepual, which lasts for about 1 hour.

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