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Chilean Patagonia

Given that the most southerly point of Chilean Patagonia is just 900 miles from Antarctica, we see stunning landscapes and native wildlife highlights worth exploring include Torres del Paine and Bernardo O’Higgins National Parks; the Chiloé archipelago, which is known for 150 wooden 18th-century Jesuit churches and timber houses; and the soon-to-be inaugurated Patagonia National Park. Wild life here gives you the chance to walk with Penguins in Punta Arenas and enjoying a Whale watch. On the other side Puerto Natales enchanting volcanic landscape sprincled with snowy mountain tops takes the breath away even of the most experienced exporer.