Upon arrival on the islands you should tell yourself: "I'm surrounded by virgin vegetation in a sparsely inhabited land"; then, at some point you will probably feel all alone, just like Robinson Crusoe, the stranded British corsair who may have walked along these very same pathways on his lonely walks.
The experience becomes more exciting. The adventure becomes epic, almost a struggle to survive, because now you are Robinson and you are waiting for a life-saving boat to civilization... but the surrounding nature seems to absorb you, and you don't want to leave.
On the Juan Fernandez Islands
the walks and treks
have a special connotation, since one cannot help recalling the
story of Defoe's well-known character.
Some of the possible adventure activities on these islands are:
RECREATIONAL DIVING AND SUBMARINE HUNTING