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Oncol Park, Tambillo River and Rio Cruces Sanctuary

Oncol Park, Tambillo River and Rio Cruces Sanctuary - Valdivia, Chile

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Valdivia, Chile

From USD
$100.00

- Parque Oncol’s lookout points. A magical place protected by ancient forests.
- Valdivian Deep Forests atop the Cordillera de la Costa (coastal mountain range)
- The Quitaqui flats with stunning views towards the Andean volcanoes
- The Quitaqui valleys and San Pedro where pumas inhabit alongside the rare Darwin’s fox.
- Tambillo Pampa, the best natural lookout point overlooking the wetlands and everglades of Rio Cruces.
- A visit to a rural house owned that can only be accessed by boat.
- Sailing on the submerged forests (devastated by the most powerful earthquake ever recorded)
- Tres Bocas or three forks, where the wetlands meet a paradise for most birds and fauna alike.
- Totorales, home to black swan colonies ... More info ›

- Parque Oncol’s lookout points. A magical place protected by ancient forests.
- Valdivian Deep Forests atop the Cordillera de la Costa (coastal mountain range)
- The Quitaqui flats with stunning views towards the Andean volcanoes
- The Quitaqui valleys and San Pedro where pumas inhabit alongside the rare Darwin’s fox.
- Tambillo Pampa, the best natural lookout point overlooking the wetlands and everglades of Rio Cruces.
- A visit to a rural house owned that can only be accessed by boat.
- Sailing on the submerged forests (devastated by the most powerful earthquake ever recorded)
- Tres Bocas or three forks, where the wetlands meet a paradise for most birds and fauna alike.
- Totorales, home to black swan colonies.

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Stop At: Parque Oncol, Valdivia, Los Rios Region

Pick up in Valdivia área towards Oncol (1 hour drive)
Downhill trekking from Cordillera de la Costa towards the Rio Tambillo shores. Total distance, 8 kms (5 miles) for about 3 hours.
Riverboat sailing the Rio Cruces nature sanctuary with a brief stop at Punucapa.

Duration: 8 hours

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Punucapa and surroundings on a kayak

Punucapa and surroundings on a kayak - Los Rios Region, Chile

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Los Rios Region, Chile

From USD
$60.00

- Isla Teja and Santa Rosa estuary
- Kayaking along the Brazo de la Culebra (the serpent’s arm)
- Bocas (three forks at the river ways), heart of the Rio Cruce’s nature sanctuary.
- Black necked swans, herons and sea lions through the totora’s passageways and labyrinths (a subspecies of the giant bulrush sedge
- Isla Huapi Chica: a picturesque (but forgotten) location
- Kayaking at the San Ramón estuary by the Cerro Oncol shores
- El Potrero bridge, a perfect lookout for birdwatching.
- Trout farm at El Potrero.

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Stop At: Valdivian Coastal Reserve, Los Rios Region

This experience starts by jumping aboard the two-person kayaks at Isla Teja in Valdivia. The group starts paddling towards the heart of the Rio Cruces wetlands and Tres Bocas island while enjoying the green surroundings ... More info ›

- Isla Teja and Santa Rosa estuary
- Kayaking along the Brazo de la Culebra (the serpent’s arm)
- Bocas (three forks at the river ways), heart of the Rio Cruce’s nature sanctuary.
- Black necked swans, herons and sea lions through the totora’s passageways and labyrinths (a subspecies of the giant bulrush sedge
- Isla Huapi Chica: a picturesque (but forgotten) location
- Kayaking at the San Ramón estuary by the Cerro Oncol shores
- El Potrero bridge, a perfect lookout for birdwatching.
- Trout farm at El Potrero.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Valdivian Coastal Reserve, Los Rios Region

This experience starts by jumping aboard the two-person kayaks at Isla Teja in Valdivia. The group starts paddling towards the heart of the Rio Cruces wetlands and Tres Bocas island while enjoying the green surroundings. The paddling continues toward Huapi Chica island where a delicious countryside style lunch awaits for the group. This kayaking experience ends at the hidden pier of El Potrero in the Punucapa area to then, get back on land and enjoy the scenic drive towards Valdivia.

Duration: 7 hours

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