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Getting around Pichilemu

Walking is the most common form of transportation in Pichilemu since it is a pretty small town. However, cabs are easy to find, as are horse-pulled carriages that work as taxis. Colectivo (shared) taxis pass along Aníbal Pinto ($1.50 to Punta de Lobos, $2 to Cáhuil beach). Fares are higher on Sundays, holidays and at night. A local bus service also goes to the southern beaches.

By Chris Hughes
Traveling South America to give Viva readers the most up-to-date information...
12 Nov 2010

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