Isla Mocha, Chile

The small island of Isla Mocha was once a stronghold for both Dutch and English buccaneers. Nearly devastated by the great Chilean earthquake of 1960, today Isla Mocha's interior is a lush temperate rain forest of fuschias, large arrayans and southern beech trees. This rich virgin forest offers the ideal habitat for birds like pidenes, torcazas, bandurrias and Castilian fardelas.

Language: Spanish
Currency: Chilean peso (CLP)


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