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A 16,000 acre island sanctuary, Isla San Pedro offers a doorway into the ancient world, where unique species of flora and fauna still flourish, and history is an open book.Is anyone interested?...
Located in the southern region of Chile in South America, Isla San Pedro offers stunning views of the lower Andean Mountains, natural lakes, and a wealth of natural history. Darwin surveyed this Patagonian paradise in 1834. Roads have been constructed around the island as well as some beautiful rustic cabins. In addition to the island, a 2.5 acre parcel in Quellon within walking distance of the airport containing three cottages, one boathouse and dock, 28 foot fibreglass boat and truck will be included.
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