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Kuy-Kuy Tempilkawe or Muelle de las almas is a work by the sculptor Marcelo Orellana, also known as “Chumono”, located on the cliffs of Punta Pirulil, it honors a local legend. We will visit its dock where, with luck, the Martín Pescador will receive us, here lies the coastal lake Huillinco, a type of inland water ecosystem that is not frequent in Chile, due to the influence it has with the sea. To get there we will pass through picturesque towns and forests native for 1 hour, from here we will continue to the town of Cucao to head towards the Muelle de las Almas, we must walk the beautiful place where this sculpture lies, different birds fly over us and the untamed Pacific Ocean portrays us a memorable sight, at To finish our walk and take an incredible photo, we will have lunch with Morelia, a local entrepreneur who safeguards the gastronomic heritage of Chiloé in her prep aration and self-supply, to then continue to Chonchi called by the Spanish "the end of America" as it was the southernmost city that they had conquered in the 18th century, it displays its architectural and cultural heritage in 3 natural terraces that reach the edge of the sea. , at the highest level of the city we will visit its church recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, at the middle level we will visit its interesting museums and at the lowest level we will visit its new waterfront its artisan fair where we can taste typical preparations such as "Liquor de oro" and the "chonchinas roscas".