( ) is a series of low
mountainous elongated islands
with deep bays
are traces of a drowned Chilean
. Most of the islands are forested with little or no
human settlement. The deep Moraleda
Channel separates the islands of the Chonos Archipelago from
the mainland of Chile and from
largest islands are Melchor Island, Benjamin Island,
Traiguen Island, Riveros Island, Cuptana Island, James Island, Victoria Island, Simpson Island, Level Island, Luz Island.
Far out in the Pacific is Guamblin
with the Isla
Guamblin National Park
. The National park comprises about 106
km². Blue whales
can often be seen
Some groups of islands are grouped into minor archipelagoes such as
the Guaitecas Archipelago
Archipelago have its own municipality and possesses the only
settlement in the archipelago, Melinka.
islands are part of the Aisén Region.