When to Visit:
Oct to Apr
Currency:
Chilean Peso, Argentine Peso, Bolivian Boliviano
Language:
Spanish
Time Zone:
GMT -3 to -4

Tracking pumas – Chile

In Chilean Patagonia, Torres dal Paine is a spectacular mountain range, a hiker’s paradise, and also home to another elusive, endangered predator: the puma.

Patagonian pumas, especially around Torres del Paine, are the largest race of the species in the Americas. The Torres del Paine National Park and surroundings have become the most sought-after place in the world to watch and photograph wild pumas.

The area comprised by the northern coast of Sarmiento Lake, Laguna Amarga and Laguna Azul is well known for holding one of the largest concentrations of pumas in the wild. You will search with expert trackers from the roads and trails within the boundaries of the park.

Your donation of $5,000 to the Felidae Conservation Fund unlocks this experience to track pumas in their natural environment.

 


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