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Full day Tour 
Tepuhueico Park

Tepuhueico Park is a private conservation initiative on the Island of Chiloé, which is home to 20,000 hectares of impenetrable and unexplored native forest waiting to be discovered.

This Evergreen Forest is the habitat of a great diversity of fauna: the pudú, the Darwin's fox, the Colocolo Opossum (monito del monte), the Kodkod cat, and birds such as the Chucao tapaculo, black-throated Huet-huet, Magellanic Tapaculo, Magellanic Woodpecker, Thorn-tailed Rayadito and many more...

Best of all, it is only 45 km from Castro!


Tepuhueico Park full day:

Schedule: 9:00 – 18:00

Transfer by private vehicle from your accommodation in Castro or surroundings, it's a 45 km drive in approximately 1 hour, to the Forest area ot Tepuhueico Park, entering through Huillinco, commune of Chonchi. The last part of the road, already inside the park, has good chances of wildlife sightings, particularly Pudú, the smallest deer in the world.

Once in Tepuhueico Park, we will start hiking a 7 km trail, of medium difficulty, in which we will cross part of the Rio Bravo basin, passing through a cathedral forest of myrtle trees (Arrayanes), getting to the beautiful waterfall of Rio Bravo.

Pudu puda
Photos @ChiloeFilms
Centenary Mañio tree
Cathedral Forest of Myrtle Trees (Arrayanes)
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