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Robinson Crusoe Island

Situated in the South Pacific Ocean, the Robinson Crusoe Island is one of the Juan Fernandez Islands. Once home to the deserted sailor, Alexander Selkirk in 1704-1709, it is thought to the inspiration behind the famous novel ‘Robinson Crusoe.’

To reflect the literary lore related with the island and to increase popularity and tourism, the Chilean government renamed the destination Robinson Crusoe Island in 1966.

Curving around the Pacific, this lonely island is the perfect location if you want a moment away from the world whilst embracing the islands nature.

Being listed as a world Biosphere Reserve since 1977 these islands are rich with wildlife and vegetation.

Whilst visiting you can swim in the clear shimmering waters and explore the remarkable underwater life. You will probably come across the outgoing fur seals and a range of vibrant coloured fish.

Back on land you can hike the interesting paths across practically untouched landscape. You can also indulge in delicious seafood such a lobster and crab.

Flying is the quickest way of getting to the island, aboard a light aircraft that only carries around 8-10 people you will feel as though you are part of a private tour to the island.

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