After breakfast, we start walking through the dense coastal forests up to the community of Huellehue.
This hike takes us through typical natural forests of Southern Chile. Once immersed in the first area of the forest, we´ll be impressed by a wide variety of plants, shrubs, vines, ferns and mosses, as well as mushrooms, insects, birds and other species. We will see different native tree species that are barely seen in the Andean regions of Chile. These forests are in excellent conditions, and it is estimated that much of the endemic plant species found here aren’t found anywhere else in the world.
Afterward, we go on a boat ride that will take about 20 minutes and it will take us to Huellehue.
Our destination for the day, Huellehue, is a small village whose families have settled along the river which has the same name. The village consists of three houses and the local school that cares for the children’s education in the area. It has an average of 12 students, including the children from Caleta Condor.
Accommodation tonight is with a Huilliche family.
This day: Breakfast, box lunch and dinner included.