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PATAGONIA: A PIONEER IN SUSTAINABILITY

This area of southern Chile is experiencing a renaissance of conservation and accessibility thanks to new hiking trails, expanded parks and one of the continent’s most ambitious rewilding projects, which ...

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Cooperation with local ethnis groups

At travelArt, sustainability and social responsibility are at the centre of our corporate values. We are committed to providing high quality services that not only meet the travel needs of ...

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Chile has the most penguin species

Chile is home to 9 of the world’s 18 known penguin species, from the Humboldt penguin to the king penguin in the south. Several protected areas contribute to the conservation ...

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NATURAL MONUMENT ISLOTES DE PUÑIHUIL

The Islotes de Puñihuil are located about 28 kilometres southwest of Ancud (Chiloé) and were declared a natural monument in 1999. This natural paradise near the coast, consisting of three ...

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Whale watching in the South of Patagonia

Discover Cape Froward, the southernmost mainland point in the Americas, and the Strait of Magellan, home to humpback whales, Magellanic penguins, sea lions, albatrosses and some dolphin species such as ...

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