Robinson Crusoe IslandRegión de Valparaiso
The Island is located in the Pacific Ocean at the same latitude as Valparaiso and has a population of 500 people. The most important economic activity is lobster fishing. There is an interesting development of the flora and fauna of the island. Species of special interest are the luma, sandaló, lobos del mar de dos pelos and the Juan Fernández hummingbird. The Juan Fernández Archipelago National Park is located on the island, in which there is an environmental information center. During your visit to Robinson Crusoe Island you can visit the Fort Santa Barbara and the nearby Cueva de los Patriotas. The island’s cemetery, the Selkirk Viewpoint and Robinson Crusoe's Cave are sites are not to be missed.
How Much Do We Love This Place?
- There is almost no tourism activity
- Beautiful virgin territory
- Lots of cheep lobsters
- Poor accommodation facilities
- Very difficult to get there. Only by cruise or private flight