We’ll head out from Castro to Chepu where we’ll get familiar with the basics of handling our kayak and try out our safety equipment. After this, we’ll spend 3 hours kayaking through submerged temperate rain forests that boast an abundance of birdlife, among other flora and fauna – all associated with this wet temperate ecosystem.
Afterward, we’ll travel along a secondary road to the western coast of the island to the Natural Monument of Puñihuil Islets, here, you’ll have time enough for lunch before enjoying a boat trip around the three nesting grounds of both, the Humboldt and Magellan’s Penguin colonies.
At the evening, we’ll head back to Castro.
NOTE: The boat trip at Puñihuil penguin colony is subject to the weather conditions
Shuttle service, Kayak and safety equipment, Lunch fees to the Islets in Puñihuil, First Aid Kit, Taxes
Important: Kayak & equipment’s are delivered by an external provider. The boating services are delivered by the company Bahía Puñihuil that provides boat trip services to Chiloétnico.