Rewilding & Multisport Adventure

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Nature & Adventure Culture & Communities

Lake District & Chiloé Island

6 days / 5 nights

  • Day 10 THE WILDLIFE OF THE RIVER MAULLÍN & THE ALERCE TREES OF THE TEMPERATE RAINFOREST AND WETLANDS REWILDING
  • Day 20 RAFTING AT NATIONAL PARK VICENTE PÈREZ ROSALES & COOKING CLASS IN FRUTILLAR
  • Day 30 CHILOÉ PENGUINS AND VILLAGES
  • Day 40 REWILDING AT MAWUNKO PARK AND CURANTO
  • Day 50 KAYAKING AND HORSE BACK RIDE ALONG THE CHILOÉ CANALS
  • Day 60 CHURCHES AND VILLAGES OF THE EAST COAST

  • Birdwatching
  • Wildlife
  • National Parks
  • Rafting
  • Kayak
  • Local communities
  • Cultural heritage
  • Rewilding

Difficulty: Class 4 river for rafting

The best itinerary to explore the hidden gems off the beaten path and immerse yourself in the unique wildlife of southern Chile.

We will traverse an impressive array of ecosystems, from wetlands along the Pacific Ocean to lush temperate rainforests nestled near the Andes and volcanic landscapes. Our journey culminates in the main island of the Chiloé archipelago, where the ocean embraces the forest and wildlife thrives in a vast area untouched by human pressure.

This experience also includes opportunities for rewilding with NGOs dedicated to restoring wetlands, preserving biodiversity, and protecting endangered species such as the Kodkod, Pudu, and Darwin Fox, among others.

Perfect for nature enthusiasts and anyone seeking a profound and immersive encounter with the biodiversity of southern Chile, as well as those eager to contribute to conservation efforts for future generations.

It includes
Meals
Equipment
Transportation
Professional bilingual guide
Accommodation
Entrance fees
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What is included:

Lodging: 6 nights at carefully selected lodges and hotels

Meals as indicated in itinerary.

Transportation: Private ground transportation, boat navigation of 1 hour and 30 minutes off the coast.

All protected areas and attractions entrance fees.

Guide: Professional Bilingual Naturalist guide with International WFR

Equipment provided: Extra set of binoculars available upon request, naturalist. Literature available for consulting during the trip.

Equipment required: Sun-hat and sunscreen, comfortable shoes, waterproof gear. Bottles for water.

Not included: Tips, insurances and any other item not specified in this file.

Minimum of passengers: Min 2. - Max 8 participants