If you are interested in discovering nature you should visit The Pan de Azucar National Park, it is an amazing park which contains over 140 species of endemic cacti. If you like to see birds and marine mammals, including sea lions, bottle-nose dolphins, Humboldt penguins and Chilean pelicans you should go to the The Reserva Nacional de Pinguino de Humboldt. For the more adventurous traveler, the high Andes have condors, foxes and pumas. Patagonia is the place where you find the rainforest. Sea lions, porpoises and seabirds abound along the coast, which is seasonally visited by migratory whales. The forest and pampas of Torres del Paine are home to guanacos, foxes, pumas, condors and flamingos. Near the tourist place Punta Arenas are some colonies of Magellanic penguins.
The Juan Fernández Islands are a small island group in the South Pacific Ocean which is composed of several volcanic islands:
- Robinson Crusoe Island
- Alejandro Selkirk Island
- The Easter islands are one of the most isolated places on Earth.
A triangle of volcanic rocks in the South Pacific dot the coastline. It is best known for the giant stone monoliths, known as Moai. This place is the main attraction point and an amazing place to see. The island is also home to many rock carvings, as well as traditional wood carvings, crafts, tattooing, string figures, traditional dance and local music.