Quitralco is a fjord due west of Coyaique in Chile's XI Region. Puerto Aisen is just to the north of the fjord, but it takes up to about 10 hours to get there by boat. The water has a relatively low salinity level, due to the amount of fresh water entering the sea from the surrounding mountainsides. There is a huge variety of birdlife present, plus dolphins, seals and sea lions. The Chilean Pudu (small deer) can also be seen with a bit of luck. Puma mountain lions also appear from time to time.
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Es un fiordo que por sus características paisajísticas, biodiversidad marina y un gran número de afloramientos termales, fue declarado Santuario de la Naturaleza, se destaca en él las Termas de Quitralco.