Chile: Los Lagos Region 1st part: Chiloé Island: myths and legends surrounded by wild nature

Chiloé travel guide:

General information: It’s the largest island in the whole country, with about 170,000 inhabitants, called “chilotes”. The island is located in Los Lagos Region (literally The Lake Region). Basically, it’s an archipelago, but most of the population lives on the Big Island of Chiloé, that I visited. There is also situated the capital of Chiloé, Castro.

How to get there?

For now, you can only go by plane or ferry, but very soon the construction of the bridge will end so the island will have easier access, although as I will explain later it’s very nice to go by boat. I think it would be very practical to rent a car on the big island and then go visit the other islands. That’s what I missed and that’s why I’ll definitely come back, because they say that the smaller islands have beautiful landscapes and few people visit them, so it will be a paradise for those seeking tranquility and unspoiled nature.

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