We’ll depart from your Hotel/Pier or Airport (Puerto Varas or Puerto Montt) and travel through to Chiloé Island. The Chiloé Island is the land of myths and legends, surrounding by the magic of the emerald sea, mist-shrouded hills and small piers, which are home to a variety of different colored wooden boats. This is Chile's second-largest island after "Tierra del Fuego Island" in southern Chile. Puñihuil National Reserve is located 102 Km (65 miles); south of Puerto Montt with an eastern coast that faces the Gulf of Ancud and “Bay of Cocotue” where is located the "Islotes de Puñihuil and Penguins" on the western Pacific shore. After crossing the “Chacao channel” from Pargua to Chacao, will drive to Ancud and pass though in the direction the Lacuy Peninsula, an untouched islet inhabited only by hundreds of penguins and sea lions. We will arrive to the “Bay of Cocotue” where we will find the three islands are very close to the beach in the sector. This place is known as “Islote Puñihuil”, the place that hosts one of the great natural treasures of the commune: "The Penguin". The rocky landscape of volcanic origin, which makes up the three islands. During our motor boat excursion (30 minutes); we will appreciate forest species as: Humboldt penguins, Magellanic penguins, with Carancas, Cormorants, Ducks, Quetrus, Otters and others local birds. We will back to Ancud for a photo stop as The Market and San Antonio Fortress and we will back to Puerto Montt. End our services. * This tour requires a minimum of 4 people. ** Cruise ship passenger: We return one hour before the last tender. If it's necessary, we can make shorter the excursion. *** Normal duration of the excursion 10-12 hours for Independent Travelers who not travel by Cruise ship.