We will visit the Cape Froward and Francisco Coloane Marine Park, the first marine park of Chile, and a place that gathers the diversity of the wild nature, the dramatic view of the Patagonia fjords and the Strait of Magellan and the first known feeding ground for humpback whales along the Pacific coast of South America.
The Puma is the largest cat in Patagonia and Torres del Paine's top predator, yet very tricky to spot unless on a dedicated puma tracking trip, where we can see them in its natural habitat. They are gathered mostly in the eastern areas of Torres del Paine where there are fewer people, and together with our expert guides and trackers give you the best chances of seeing them up close. Spectacular landscapes, flora and fauna, this adventure is a must for wildlife and nature enthusiasts alike!
Spend three days sailing the wintry waters of Tierra del Fuego, watching for Humpback whales and observing the quirky behavior of penguins and sea lions. Complete with up-close encounters with glaciers, canals, fjords and a slew of marine fauna and sea birds, this is an all-included journey through the remotest corners of South America.