Chile & Argentina

From the Atlantic to the Pacific across the Andes

There are two countries that share the longest natural border in the world: the Andes range. These mountains are the line that connect very diverse ecosystems and separate the rich coast of Chile dominated by the Humboldt Current from the Patagonian steppe and the Atlantic coast of Argentina, a paradise of sea mammals and birds.

These two countries have a diversity of over 1000 species of birds with very unique ecosystems: one of the last temperate rainforest of the world, home to the endemic Tapaculos and Magellan Woodpecker, and the wild and dry Patagonian steppe with great scenarios to spot the legendary Andean Condor, raptors and a diverse range of specialties. While we reach the Atlantic coast we will be amazed by the great opportunities to observe sea mammals as close as just looking at them from the shore of the sea.

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Navigation in Puñihuil operated by Turismo y Gastronomía Puñihuil.

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Birdschile privileges small hotels with high standard of quality but not luxury hotels or big chains we support local business and communities.

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Equipment required: Waterproof clothes and shoes, sunscreen, water protection for your personal equipment (cameras, lens, binoculars, etc.).

Recommendation: A good book and a field guide to bring during your trip in Chile is Alvaro Jaramillo´s Birds of Chile.

Equipment included: Literature available, bird´s check list.

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