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Rabbits Islet

We will go to the south east sector of the island, we will pass through Chonchi, called by the Spanish settlers "the end of America" as it is 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 walk along its new waterfront and its craft fair where we will be able to taste typical preparations such as "liquor de oro" and "roscas chonchinas", we will travel surrounded by wide fields and native forest for 1 hour to reach Chonchi, we continue south to the town of Queilen, known as the land of the payos, descendants of the miscegenation between the Chonos and Huilliches peoples, at the Queilen dock we will embark on the "Kaweskar II" with our hosts Jorge and Jessica, to know the Rabbit Islet home to Magellanic Penguins, Imperial Cormorants, Yecos and Liles, while we sail we can also observe Austral and Chilean Dolphins, Sea Lions, Black Fardelas and Spiny Porpoise. When we return from our navigation, we will visit beaches near Queilén, recognized for their beauty, to return to the hotel we will take the Pan-American highway towards Castro and then we will go to the Rilán Peninsula.


It includes

  • Bilingual guide
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch + drink
  • Transfer
  • Navigation
  • Snack

Not include

  • Tips
  • Alcoholic drinks