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Juan Fernández Archipelago National Park

Live an adventure straight out of a book and experience firsthand the adventures of Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe. This incredible story was born from sailor Alexander Selkirk’s experience and the four lonely years he spent on this uninhabited island.

Enjoy a trip through the Pacific Ocean and revel in the unique sight of land after crossing what seems to be a watery desert. The beaches, coves, gorges and rocks of this isolated archipelago have an amazing number of endemic species, the reason why Unesco declared it a Biosphere Reserve.

Follow the trails that will take you to the island’s lookouts. Live your adventure to the fullest by setting up a motorboat expedition to the surrounding islands and diving into the water, which is full of diverse marine species.

 

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Get here from the continent with the local LASSA and ATA airlines that offer several weekly flights.



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