Chiloé Sights

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Castro 4

Queilén 2

Chonchi 2

Isla Quinchao 2

Dalcahue 2

Quicaví 2

Quemchi 2

Ancud 2

Quellón 1

Parque Nacional Chiloé 1

Isla Lemuy 1

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Morro Lobos

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Reached by a 45-minute boat ride from the port of Quemchi, this immense rock outcrop juts out of the sea off the coast of Caucahue Island.

Museo Histórico Etnográfico de Dalcahue

  • Museum/Gallery

A fogón —a traditional indigenous cooking pit—sits in the center of the small palafito (a shingled house built on stilts and...

Museo Inchin Cuivi Ant

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Taking its name from a Huilliche phrase meaning "from our past," the Inchin Cuivi Ant Museum stands apart from other museums in Chiloé...

Museo Regional de Ancud

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Statues of mythical Chilote figures, such as the Pincoya and Trauco, greet you on the terrace of this fortresslike museum, just uphill...

Museo Regional de Castro

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This museum, one block from the Plaza de Armas, gives a good (Spanish-only) introduction to the region's history and culture. Packed...

Museo de Arte Moderno de Chiloé

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Housed in five refurbished barns in a city park northwest of downtown, this modern-art complex—referred to locally as the MAM—exhibits...

Museo de las Tradiciones Chonchinas

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This small museum documents life in Chonchi through furnishings and photos in a 19th-century house. ...

Parque Nacional Chiloé

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

This 430-square-km (166-square-mile) park hugs Isla Grande's sparsely populated Pacific coast. The park's two sectors differ dramatically.

Plazuela del Tren

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All that remains of Chiloé's once-thriving Castro–Ancud rail service is the locomotive and a few old photographs displayed outdoors...

Refugio de Navegantes

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The town's cultural center contains a small museum with artifacts and old black-and-white photographs. Nothing is very colorful here—the...