Between december and february, the offspring of dozens of Magellanic and Humboldt penguins, gathered in the Islotes de Puñihuil Natural Monument, begin to be born. The navigation also allows you to see other marine species.
- Departure: 08:30
- Duration: Full day
- Includes: Lunch
- Pickup / Dropoff: Hotel in Castro
What you will visit:
- 1 Castro
- 2 Puñihuil
- 3 Ancud
Leaving Castro we go to the northern sector of the archipelago to Puñihuil Bay, a secluded cove of fishermen who have managed to maintain their relationship with three islets that make up the only ecosystem in the world where two types of penguins coexist and nest: Humboldt and Magellanic. We embark for an observation navigation of approximately 30 minutes, being able to also admire other marine species such as otters, carancas, cormorants and sea lions.
Then we will go to the city of Ancud to visit the Ex-Convent of the Immaculate Conception where you will be able to appreciate the restoration work of the Fundación Amigos de las Iglesias de Chiloé. We finish the tour leaving the passengers in their accommodation in Castro.
- Transfer to and from your hotel in Castro
- Bilingual guide
- Everything not mentioned