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The Parque Nacional Chiloé comprises a huge swath of Chiloé's Pacific coast. It’s a wonderful mix of broad beaches, rolling sand dunes, lush temperate rain forest, and, to the north, extensive wetlands, that come together to form one of the country’s most visually compelling parks. It’s a draw for eco-tourists. But even though the climate is often windy and rainy, this is also just a spectacular
place to roam the beautiful beach.
The village of Chacao (where your ferry arrives) was actually the site of one of the first Spanish shipyards in the Americas, but it was moved...
Founded in 1567, Castro is Chile's third-oldest city. Its history has been one of destruction, with three fires and three earthquakes laying...