Duration: 6 – 7 hours (about 1,5 hours hike)
Difficulty level: Minimum
Guides: English, Spanish or German speakers all have first aid training. Guides are well versed in the local history as well as the native flora and fauna
Service Includes: Shuttle service, first aid kit, picnic lunch, at indigenous community & entrance fee.
Necessary Equipment: A pair of trekking shoes, water resistant wind breaker, water bottle and sun block
We head south from Castro in our way to National Park Chiloé. The town of Huillinco and all the way to Cucao will show us the country side´s life with little farms and animals in the fields.
The road goes along the shores of Huillinco and Cucao lakes, until the village of Cucao, where is located the access to Chiloé National Park. Here we´ll do a soft hike inside the forest, in “El Tepual” with an important biodiversity of species.
After our hike we´ll back until the indigenous community of Quilque, where we´ll relish a local light-lunch.
In the way back we stop in Chonchi for visit its World Heritage wooden church, which is also one of the island’s largest churches. Afterwards we return to Castro.