Robinson Crusoe Island / Chile
The island Robinson Crusoe was only named after the famous novel hero of Daniel Dafoe in 1966. It is part of the Juan Fernández Islands, located off Chile in the Pacific Ocean and is one of the few islands inhabited there. The shape is rather mountainous and rocky, although also bright green, while the coast except for a few exceptions has rather harsh charm.
The beautiful wild island is particularly interesting on the side of the vegetation: tree-high ferns can be seen here and rare orchid species. The bizarre mountain El Junque is over 900 meters high. A climb is very exciting, but not possible for a short stay. Here one prefers lower targets, wherefrom one can look out over the island. Walking along the rocky coast you can feel the relaxing climate and will hardly miss sand beaches.