Robinson Crusoe Island is part of the Juan Fernandez Islands which were discovered by Juan Fernandez, a Portuguese sailor in 1575. The islands are said to be where Alexander Selkirk the Scottish sailor was marooned for 4 years and 4 months. Selkirk’s experiences are said to have inspired the book “Robinson Crusoe” by Daniel Dafoe published in 1719. The Island is also a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve with many unique species including the Hummingbird and Fur Seal. f you want to indulge in the fantasy world of Robinson Crusoe and enjoy the outstanding natural beauty of the islands then this is a trip not to miss.
Program 4 days/3 nights
Arrive Robinson Crusoe Island and transfer in. Welcome cocktail and village tour. Dinner at Isla Pacifico Ecolodge.
Breakfast at the lodge. Half-day trekking to Alejandro Selkirk view point. In the afternoon half-day trekking, horseback riding or diving according to excursion menu. Dinner at Isla Pacifico Ecolodge.
Breakfast at the lodge. Navigation and visit to fishermen village. Lobster fishing. Dinner at Isla Pacifico Ecolodge.
Breakfast at the lodge. Transfer out.
Welcome drink. Breakfast. Lunch at local restaurants, Dinner - local cuisine in base of fish dishes; crabs and fresh lobster from the island. Trekking options in regular service sharing with other guests with local bilingual guide. Round-trip regular shared transfers from Airfield to Cumberland Bay. The operation of this program is subject to climatic conditions and requires the purchase of additional nights in Santiago prior and after the stay at Robinson Crusoe Ecolodge.