How to get there
Chiloé Island is the largest island in the Chiloé Archipelago, the second largest island in Chile, after the Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, and the fifth largest in South America. The Chiloé Archipelago is separated from the western shores of Chile by the Gulf of Ancud (Spanish: Golfo de Ancud) and the Gulf of Corcovado (Spanish: Golfo de Corcovado).
The island is reached on the Greater Island of Chiloé, located south of Puerto Montt in Chile’s “Lakes Region, whose Mocopullia Airfield in Castro you can get on a 100-minute commercial flight from Santiago de Chile. Once there, you can reach Quellón in a 60 minutes car trip by the gorgeous Pan American Highway, which begins in Anchorage, Alaska and ends precisely y Quellón, the nearest village to Isla San Pedro on Chiloé.
From there Isla San Pedro is accessed by boat, and it takes an hour and a half to arrive, or by speedboat, 40 minutes.
In the near future it will have municipal marine transport with a cost of $ 3,000 pesos (USD 4) per person.