Chiloe is a truly unique location. Its vast coastline, wetlands, river systems, forests and fields offer some of the richest bird watching in Southern Chile; even from the 30 minute ferry journey to access the island, you can spot dolphins, penguins and groups of playful sea lions. On arrival on the island you will be met with rolling countryside, dramatic coastal scenery, quiet bays and inlets, and allwith a back drop of the mighty snow peaked Andes. Get off the beaten track for a few days hiking the rugged pacific coast, sea kayak in the peaceful water channels, visit penguin colonies and explore beautiful wooden Jesuit churches on the Eastern Coast.
Photos of Chiloe Island
Map of Chiloe Island
Trips that visit Chiloe Island
Spend five days birding inland wetlands, river systems, tidal beaches and thick temperate forests in the southern Chilean Lake District and Chiloe Island. You will be accompanied by an experienced local birding guide who will also provide you with a…
- 5 Days
Enjoy views of the glistening lakes and smoking volcanoes of the Chilean lake district from a base in the lakeside town of Puerto Varas, followed by Chiloe Island with its curious combination of foods, folkloric tales and music. This is…
- 5 Days