Tocoihue Cascades in Chiloé
Duration: 8 hours Super Easy
Why we love this tour
- Through this tour we will travel through the coastal towns of the northeast of the island of Chiloé, in addition to visiting the beautiful waterfalls of Tocoihue, with more than 40 meters high.
- We will visit the towns of Dalcahue, San Juan, Tenaun, Popetan and finally the Aucar Island, learning more about its history, customs, fauna and of course the native flora that lives in this special place.
We begin the tour by traveling from the hotels in Castro in the direction of Dalcahue, a prosperous and charming town where we will visit the handicraft fair and its church, which has been declared a National Monument.
We will continue our way crossing by fields of culture where we will see great coihues, ferns and nalcas, until arriving at San Juan, located at the edge of a great entrance of sea, where we will know its Church. We will continue our trip to the famous Tocoihue waterfalls, the highest in Chiloé, where the river falls from about 40 meters.
After the visit to the waterfall we will continue to Tenaun, where we will stop for lunch at Agroturismo Mirella (optional), where we will be able to taste delicious handmade dishes made with local ingredients.
We will continue through a forest area and see the Popetan lake, one of the smallest on the island. Finally, we will arrive at Aucar Island, where we will be able to visit its botanical garden, the chapel in the center and its old cemetery surrounded by gardens.
At the end, we will return to the hotels of the passengers in Castro.
Need to know before you go
WHAT TO BRING?
Comfortable clothes and shoes
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the tour starts
Pick up from hotels in Castro
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