On this unique and eclectic Central Chile Pacific Tour along the coast of Quintero, explore a legendary pirate’s cave, hike along scenic trails at Penguin Island, and tour the largest privately-owned alpaca wool farm in the world. Enjoy an wide-ranging look at Chilean culture — from it’s legends and history, to its abundant marine life, to its Andean heritage!
Duration: 10 hours (7:30 am – 17:30 pm)
Destinations: Quintero, Cachagua, Llay Llay, and Zapallar
Begin your tour exploring the legendary hiding place of Captain Bluebeard’s buried treasure. Tour the cave with your passionate, bilingual guide and learn the fascinating legends and lore of Pirate’s Cave.
From the cave, you’re just a stone’s-throw from Penguin Island. Travel by boat along a quiet cove to catch a glimpse of the elusive penguins. Enjoy the untouched natural beauty of the penguins, island, and ocean.
From the Reserve, head to the mainland. Stop for lunch at the scenic, seaside Chiringuito Restaurant in Zappallar, then continue onward to Quintessence, the largest privately-owned alpaca farm on Earth. Observe each step of alpaca wool production, and enjoy the opportunity to shop from a spectacular selection of Chile’s famous handmade wool goods.
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