RE: Visit to Chiloe
I'd skip Chonchi and go to Ancud. I did it by car, but since the roads are terrible, mostly loose pebbles or stones (camino de ripio), you must go very slowly or they hit the bottom of the car. A 4x4 is a much wiser alternative.
Don't know if there are tours.
We didn't go to the Chiloe National Park because the roads were even worse than the terrible ones we've been through, and to make matters worse, it rained (it rains too many days a year).
All throughout Chiloe you'll find the typicall wooden churches, and good seafood.
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