Isla Chiloe, Chile


Verdant island of Chiloe is considered the largest of the islands. Although the mainland Chile it separates only a half-hour route through the Strait of Chacao, it is a completely different world. On the east coast of the island of Castro by sixteen wooden churches included in UNESCO World Heritage Site; besides, there can be seen in a variety of palfity - traditional houses on stilts. On the western side of the island is a national park Chiloe, which serves as a shelter for foxes, sea lions and otters. Untouched nature park is ideal for horseback riding, hiking, kayaking and fishing.

Places of interest in Isla Chiloe