The Añihue Reserve is an unconventional place, especially interesting for those who love a natural environment. It is one of the most unique and pristine wild places in the world.

Due to the matchless topography and location of the Reserve, surrounded by fresh and salt water, immersed in a dense rain forest, there are various activities to enjoy, such as boat trips, kayaking, hiking trails in the forest or beach, among many other outdoor activities.

Without doubt, among scientific tourism activities, the most impressive way to enjoy the Reserve is to be an active part of the data collection for research in the Reserve, including the sighting and photo-identification of Chileans and Peale dolphins that swim in our coastal waters.

Also, offshore navigation is available for watching sea lions, penguins and, if we are lucky, humpback whales, orcas or the majestic blue whale. We also recommend continuing the trip to Añihue Bay, enjoying the wild beauty of islands, beaches and coastlines bordering the Reserve, and then spending the rest of the day at our farm and organic garden.

On the other hand, those with vast experience in diving and have their own equipment have the incredible opportunity to appreciate a rich biodiversity of marine life that includes starfish, sponges, anemones, nudibranchs, crabs, crustaceans and corals, among other marine species.

For kayaking a great experience is to sail on the imposing waters of the Palena River, making a descent along the Algarrado river until you reach the Pitipalena estuary, located on the shores of Puerto Raul Marin Balmaceda.

Añihue Reserve Activities Añihue Reserve
Activities (in Spanish) PDF
Activities Activities Activities
Activities Activities Activities
Activities Activities Activities

back to top