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The Endangered Huemul - the Southernmost deer in the World

The Huemul (Hippocamelus bisulcus) is the southernmost deer in the world. It is found exclusively in the southern regions of Patagonia, spanning both...
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These are the Most Spectacular Mountains in Torres del Paine National Park

Long before its birth in 1959, Torres del Paine National Park was attracting explorers from around the world. While it is true this area of 181,414...
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Let’s Talk About: Geography in Torres del Paine

Take one quick look at Torres del Paine National Park and you’ll quickly realize just how unique its geography is. From vast valleys to icy glaciers...
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An Insider’s Guide to Patagonian Flora

You don’t need to travel to Africa or the Amazon Rain forest to be amazed by some of the world’s most beautiful plants and animals. At “the end of...
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How To Go Wildlife Watching in Patagonia

In 1977, the travel writer Bruce Chatwin stood before the wilds of Patagonia and jotted down prose that would send him into the annals of literature...
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Capturing Patagonia’s Elusive Wildlife with Camera Traps

Back in 2014, Victor Moraga – a Chilean vet, horses expert and nature guide – made a dream come true while founding “Patagonia Bagual”, a project...
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The Best Documentaries Featuring Patagonia in 2020

In these complex times of uncertainty when most humans are self-isolating, it has never been so important to redefine our connection with nature....
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Birds to Look For in Torres del Paine

Torres del Paine is home to 118 types of different bird species. Wading birds, such as the Chilean Flamingo, live in the numerous lakes and lagoons...
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The Second Largest National Park in Chile

Let’s get back to 2017. Right before the end of her term, former Chile’s President Michelle Bachelet signed a historical protocol of agreement (the...
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The Best Places to See in Patagonia in 2019

With 1.073.060 km2/414.310 mi2, Patagonia is a giant region that is divided in two countries – Chile and Argentina – but that is bigger than many...
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Patagonia's Pumas Star in a New Wildlife Documentary

The uniqueness of Patagonia's pumas have caught the attention of more than just intrepid trekkers - a new documentary produced by VisionHawk Films...
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Your First Glacier (And Why You'll Never Forget It)

Having walked through a forest of knobbly-edged trees and across a rickety old bridge above a raging river, the sight that lay before us comes as...
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What’s the Weather Like in Torres del Paine?

The forecast says rain, sun, snow and wind --- what is it? The truth is, the weather in Torres del Paine and Patagonia is all of the above. It’s...
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The Most Beautiful Viewpoints in Torres del Paine National Park

Torres del Paine National Park is a huge area of 227.298 hectares. Most people cross the entire planet to see the three granite spires that gave...
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Patagonia in South America: Discover 10 Reasons Why We Love it

Here at EcoCamp, the world’s first sustainable dome hotel, we are lucky enough to be located in one of the most beautiful and diverse regions on the...
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