Castro, Chile Cruise Port
When cruising to Castro, Chile expect to be surrounded by beautiful flora and fauna. Castro is Chile’s third oldest city and spans an area of about 165 square miles. As you walk about the streets of this area, you will come across many UNESCO World Heritage churches. These are the surviving examples of the ecclesiastical wooden architecture from many years ago. 16 wooden churches are still standing today for its visitors viewing pleasure along the Eastern Coast of Chile. To the West, Chiloe National Park is home to many wildlife species and gives an opportunity for kayaking, horseback riding and fishing. Horseback riding through these foothills of the Piuchen Mountains is something for all to enjoy on your cruise to Castro, Chile. Below, we have listed a few of our favorite things to do while cruising to Castro, Chile:
Visit the Church of Castro, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that gained its status from its amazing architecture and wonderfully painted colors.
Explore Chiloe National Park, where the possibilities seem endless when it comes to outdoor activities.
See the Chiloe Island Penguin Colony as well as the tranquil and beautiful stretches of beach that surround the observatory. Best seen during the months of November and March to catch the penguins before they take off!
View the Modern Art Museum that features many contemporary Chilean artworks.