Located in the Chiloé archipelago, near Castro, its coordinates are:
Latitude: S42º 36' 59.9"
Length: W73º 30' 01.7"
UTM: E622983 N5280667
Its surface is 29 square kilometers, with a population of 1,200 who are mainly farmers, fishermen and craftsmen. The island does not have continuous electricity, which is only available for four hours each day. It’s a wonderful destination for those who wish to unplug themselves from the world. You can enjoy hiking, swimming, horse riding, fishing, and beautiful sightseeing.
• Natural environment, excellent beaches for swimming and fishing.
• Boat rides.
• Horse riding, on amazing paths.
• Excellent natural spots for wonderful photography.
• Historic churches and cemeteries.
• And within minutes of Quehui you can visit Chelín Island where you will find its historic church, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2001.
• By sea: daily service from Castro, Monday to Saturday in comfortable ships (the journey takes two hours or so).
• By sea and land: 50 km from Castro to Puchilco, near the city of Puqueldon (Lemuy Island). In Puchilco there is a parking lot, and from there it is a boat ride of about 20 minutes.
• The island has its own airstrip.