Discover a unique mountain wilderness at “the end of the earth”…
Choose from 1 specialist tours
- Puma/Cougar/Mountain Lion
- Southern Grey Fox
- Darwin’s Fox
- Geoffroy’s Cat
- Kodkod Cat (Guigna)
- Patagonian hog-nosed Skunk
- Patagonian Lesser Weasel
- Southern Andean Deer (Huemul)
- Hairy Armadillo
- Andean Condor
Chile & Patagonia
At the foot of the Andes, Patagonia is a world of jagged snowcapped peaks, imposing glaciers, and windswept hillsides. Known as the “end of the world”, this diverse wilderness region contains an extensive and unique array of wildlife, including the mythical Puma or Cougar, Darwin’s Fox, Humpback Whale, and King Penguin.
“Patagonia is the farthest place to which man walked from his place of origins. It is therefore a symbol of his restlessness. From its discovery it had the effect on the imagination something like the Moon, but in my opinion more powerful”. Bruce Chatwin (In Patagonia).
- Participate in day and night excursions exclusively designed to see the elusive Puma in the foothills of the Torres Del Paine. 100% success rate to date.
- Explore lush and pristine Valdivian temperate forests, home to endemic Tapaculos and other woodland birds.
- Take a boat trip off Quelon and encounter numerous Whales, Dolphins, and Sea Birds, including Black-browed Albatross.
- Explore the UNESCO World’s Biosphere Reserve, the Torres Del Paine National Park.
- Travel in small groups and enjoy first class accommodation close to birding sites and in the foothills of the Torres Del Paine.
- Visit a nature reserve holding the only South American continental King Penguin colony.
- Benefit from the knowledge and experience of expert guides who have an intimate knowledge of the region and its wildlife.
- Visit remote islands by boat to view one of the mixed breeding grounds for Humboldt and Magellanic Penguins.
- Patagonia is an exposed region, and the strong currents and winds that circle the Antarctic land mass make the weather changeable and difficult to predict.
- Even in summer (Dec – Mar), cold strong winds and rainfall are not uncommon. However, periods of warm sunshine (up to 25 degrees Celsius) are frequent during our tour season.
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