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A good possibility to see the Pacific Ocean is to cross this wonderful natural pass formed by two lakes: Huillinco and Cucao.
Taking Castro as a start point, on km. 24 of the Panamerican route there is a turning to Huillinco, where plantations and old houses are the mute exponents of regional colonization.
In kilometer 33 is lake Huillinco, with a population of 336 inhabitants, a beach, inn and lodges. Its maximum depth does not reach seventy meters. The road goes on skirting lake Cucao, not deeper than 20 meters.
|If we take the road on the outlet of the lake, we get to Chiloé National Park, with cabins and camping sites, natural interpretation trails and a predominance of arrayanes in an evergreen rainforest.|