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The mythology of Chiloé is formed by stories rooted in its culture. In almost all the stories the importance of the sea and the forests in the life of the chilotes is reflected.It arose, it is estimated, from the mixture of the religious manifestations of the indigenous peoples that inhabited this area, plus the legends and beliefs, especially Celtic, brought by the Spanish conquerors, who, in 1567, began the process of conquest in Chiloé .This merger began the process of forming a particular mythology, which eventually grew and prospered with its own lights, since it remained very isolated from other beliefs and myths that developed in other parts of Chile.
Get close the Chilean culture and the incredible landscapes that Chile offers you. Feel the spray of the majestic Petrohue Falls and the virgin nature that surrounds the place; visit "Laguna Verde", Spanish for "Green Lagoon" at the foot of the conical Osorno Volcano. Enjoy a breathtaking view of Todos Los Santos Lake and meet the history which surrounds this nature.
Experience the natural splendor of Chiloé Island on an enriching full-day excursion from Puerto Montt. After a ferry ride to Chiloé Island, you’ll head to one of the island’s oldest villages — Chacao — to admire brightly colored buildings and historical monuments. In Ancud, you’ll observe diverse bird species at a nature sanctuary and visit landmarks such as Plaza de Armas and Fort San Antonio. Then, continue to Puñihuil Beach and board a boat destined for islets populated by Magellanic penguins. On this tour, food, drink and entrance fees are not included.
Explore the natural wonders and UNESCO-listed treasures of Chiloè Island on this full-day tour from Puerto Montt, including hotel pick-up and round-trip transport by ferry from Pargua. Tour historic Chacao and the island capital of Castro, where you’ll visit some of the island’s UNESCO-listed churches. Finally, learn about the island’s traditional handicrafts and perhaps pick up some unique souvenirs as you browse the Dalcahue craft fair and tour the handicrafts museum in Ancud.
Set sail across the Chacao Channel on this full-day tour to Chiloè Island, including hotel pick-up from Puerto Montt and round-trip transport by ferry from Pargua. Discover the island’s UNESCO-listed historic churches as you travel from Chacao Village to Ancud, stopping along the way to enjoy the views from Huaihuen Hill and visit the handicrafts museum of Ancud.