Chiloé Island is located in the central part of Chile. The moment you step on the ground of the island, you can see the distinct difference from the rest of the country. The houses on the pillars, the wooden churches, many of which are on the UNESCO list, different customs, and dishes are proof that a proud and stubborn people live on the island. The heirs of the Chono, Huilliche, and Cunco peoples are determined to preserve the tradition of their culture. Visitors are bringing a lot of beautiful memories of this island.