Valdivia Tour Ideas
- Parque Oncol's lookout points. A magical place protected by ancient forests.<br>- Valdivian Deep Forests atop the Cordillera de la Costa (coastal mountain range)<br>- The Quitaqui flats with stunning views towards the Andean volcanoes<br>- The Quitaqui valleys and San Pedro where pumas inhabit alongside the rare Darwin's fox.<br>- Tambillo Pampa, the best natural lookout point overlooking the wetlands and everglades of Rio Cruces.<br>- A visit to a rural house owned that can only be accessed by boat.<br>- Sailing on the submerged forests (devastated by the most powerful earthquake ever recorded)<br>- Tres Bocas or three forks, where the wetlands meet a paradise for most birds and fauna alike.<br>- Totorales, home to black swan colonies.
This a great full day tour that combines sailing, kayaking, birdwatching & historical sightseeing:<br>Itinerary:<br>From Valdivia, we take you on a scening drive towards Pelchuquin village<br>The first wetlands from Rio Cruces<br>The colonial castle of San Luis de Alba de Cruces<br>A visit to Chunimpa Farm, where old wooden coins where handcrafted<br>A visit to San Martin Farm, where an ancient forest is well kept around the wetlands<br>A visit to San Martin island, where a large colony of black swans is located<br>The submerged forest, the ruins from the large earthquake in 1960<br>Cudico and Nanihue Rivers towards La Punta <br>This day ends with a Mapuche gastronomy experience
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