Crusoe Island Lodge is an ecolodge located on the mystical island paradise of Robinson Crusoe, just two hours from Santiago, off the coast of Valparaiso, the Juan Fernández Islands, a unique place to live for days filled with adventure and above all an unforgettable experience. Every detail is taken care of for your vacation time or adventure tourism in the island is a pleasure, from their first contact our Reservations Manager to their interaction with each member of the hotel staff, you think we try to make your stay enjoyable. Take a break by choosing one of our 15 rooms and suites with terrace overlooking the bay Pangal. You will be surprised by the comfort on the island of Robinson Crusoe, our hotel is the ideal place to explore and get to know the island. The islands were discovered by a Spanish navigator Juan Fernández, probably between 1563 and 1574. The seventeenth and eighteenth centuries the island was used as a hideout for pirates and privateers such as John Cook, John Eaton and Bartholomew Sharp Edward Davis. In 1749 the Spanish fort of Santa Barbara was built on Más a Tierra island (Robinson Crusoe), for protection against pirates and privateers. In 1708, the fort was saved by Scotsman Alexander Selkirk, having lived on the island four years, which led Daniel Defoe to write the play "The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe". The treasure, if found, would contain, among other things, twelve papal ring, the key to the Western Wall, one of the most famous jewels in history, known as the Rose of the Winds, and even among the treasures of the Inca Empire, so the legend he would be buried with the woman Atahualpa. In 1915, during the First World War, the German cruiser SMS Dresden was destroyed by its own crew in Cumberland, after hiding for months in the fjord and Quintupeu chased and attacked by British ships HMS Orama HMS Glasgow HMS Kent. It was declared a historic monument in 1985. In the cemetery of San Juan Bautista are buried the remains of some of his crew. The most famous of his crew, Lieutenant Wilhelm Canaris, who was head of espionage against German (Abwehr), the Second World War. In 1935, the three main islands of the archipelago were declared a national park of Juan Fernández an area of approximately 10,000 hectares in 1977 and declared a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
Visit of San Juan El Bautista, Trekking Mirador Selkirk, Trekking Cruce de Isla, Pesca Trolling on the Coast Juan Fernandez, Bautismo Subarino, Buceo, Snorkeling, 2 accomodation type, 16 in total, 8 Habitaciones Clásicas "PANGAL", 8 Habitaciones "CRUSOE”, Restaurant, Bar, Sauna, Piscina, Tinas de Mar Caliente al Aire Libre.
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