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    Peninsula of Hualpén

    Peninsula Hualpén

    Peninsula Hualpén

    The best way to discover the Peninsula of Hualpén is by bike. Start your ride in Concepción, then take the Costanera towards Talcahuano and turn left just before PetroPower.

    Leave the big industries behind you and just follow the dirt road out into the green. There is only little traffic as only campesinos or Huasos (people from the countryside) live there.

    Campesino (Huaso) Peninsula Hualpén

    Huaso - Chilean cowboy

    Get to Chome

    Fishing village Chome

    Fishing village Chome

    Cross native woods and breathe clean air coming from the Pacific ocean, offering some awsome views on the coastline, especially on your way to Chome, a fishing village with a former whale factory.

    Scuba-divers say the crystal-clear water offers a picturesque under-water scenery with whale bones at the bottom of the bay.

    Scuba-diving can be organized by HelloChile

    Ramuntcho Bay

    Another nearby spot is the Bay of Ramuntcho where a white-sanded beach awaits you.  People usually go swimming there, take sun and some go scuba diving to the caves just beside the bay.

    HelloChile organizes scuba-diving trips to the surroundings of Concepción.

    Take the same way back to “Conce”.

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    Chome Bay

    Chome Bay

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