Mocha Island


The island has approximately 48 km ², with a small mountain range that goes from north to south, that in its highest part reaches the 390 meters on the level of the sea, is covered of native forest and that forms part of a wild area protected under the tuition of Conaf. Its inhabitants are mainly engaged in fishing. The island is a sacred site for the Mapuche religion, highlighting the tradition of the Trempulcahue.

Isla Mocha

Source: Isla Mocha