In this zone are the Easter Island, the island of Chiloé, and the island of Robinson Crusoe.
Easter island has a mild and subtropical climate that favors the growth of the lush vegetation -its main characteristic- which is always green.
The mysteries of its enormous volcanic stone statues, that reach 21 meters in height, remain and are characteristic and unique in the world.
Robinson Crusoe Island is currently a National Park and was declared a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
The island is formed by a broadly mountainous and rugged topography. Its climate is Mediterranean with precipitations that vary in short distances. It also has a forest of dense endemic vegetation with a habitat of exotic flora and fauna. The main activity of the island is fishing.