Discover the wildlife of Southern Patagonia on and above the land in Torres del Paine National Park
Torres del Paine National Park in Southern Patagonia is a nature-lover's paradise, with a variety of wildlife to discover on and above the land. Condors are regularly sighted in parts of the National Park soaring between fiords and mountain walls. Sectors of the park characterised by extensive pampas, such as the Eastern side, are frequented by guanacos, huemul (deer), pumas and a diversity of birds. Other wildlife that may be spotted includes the red fox and flamingos. Several excursion options are available to view wildlife in and around the National Park.
October to April during the Torres del Paine season recommended. Wildlife is of course also present during the off-season if you plan to visit one of the limited properties open at this time.
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