We went there hitchhiking with my girlfriend and were very lucky as we didn’t wait at all on both ways. The place is lovely, well looked after and not too touristic. If you want to have a chance to get on the only available tour...More
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The trip to Isla Damas and the Humbold Penguin National Park is a must if you love the sea and its creatures: you will see sea otters, penguins, dolphins, whales and many other beautiful species. Landscapes are beautiful.
If you've arrived in La Serena and haven't booked a tour of Islas Damas - don't worry, we didn't either. There is a bus stop next to the Japanese gardens by the side of the motorway (headed north). If you arrive at 8.45am then the...More
We drove ourselves to punta de choros and on the way saw a guanaco! From there it's easy to buy a ticket for the boat. You'll also need to buy entry to the national park. The boat tour was beautiful, saw lots of penguins and...More
We used Ecoturismolaserena as our tour guide. They pick you up where you are staying and drop you back off. We were picked up late because they go from place to place to pick people up and of course some are late. The guide spoke...More
It was my second visit to the reserve, and I once again saw dolphins, even some baby ones, lots of birds and penguins. We got to see and walk the whole isla damas, which was closed last time we were there. Nice trip, despite getting...More
We just left there. Awesome time!! Saw penguins, dolphins, sea lions, otters, and tons of birds. Had a nice boat guide but he only spoke Spanish, so lots of it went over our heads. Not sure if they do English tours. We just drove ourselves...More
If you love animals this is your day tour! It begins with a 90 minute car ride from La Serena. The ride is a little winding and bumpy throughout the Quebrada de Choros, though you can sight foxes, donkeys, guanacos, and horses. Once in Punta...More
Isla Damas is a place located in the region of Coquimbo in Chile, and is at 2 hours of La Serena, it is also part of the Humboldt Penguin National Park. To get to the island you have to sail in a boat from Punta...More