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Pumas are roaming Patagonia, in the south of Chile.Pumas are roaming Patagonia, in the south of Chile.Pumas are roaming Patagonia, in the south of Chile.

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Chile

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If you love the idea of wild-at-heart adventures and encountering animals in their natural habitats, reach for your Swarovski Optik binoculars: Chile’s amazing fauna awaits.

Keen birdwatchers will be impressed by Chile’s iconic winged species, including the condor (Chile’s national bird) and the gem-coloured Martin kingfisher. Other notable endemic birds from Chile’s central and south region to look out for include the stocky Chilean tinamou and the elusive Chucao.

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Birds of a feather


Chile is one of the world’s most rewarding destinations for wildlife- and nature-lovers, thanks in part to its enormous biodiversity and wide range of eco-friendly activities. Keen birdwatchers will be impressed by the country’s iconic winged species, including the condor (Chile’s national bird) and the gem-coloured Martin kingfisher. Other notable endemic birds from Chile’s central and south region to look out for include the stocky Chilean tinamou and the elusive Chucao.

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In the cinematic Chilean Altiplano, over in west-central South America, visitors are likely to encounter South America’s four famous camelid species: shaggy-haired llamas, guanacos, alpacas and vicuñas.

Chilean wildlife is amazing

Llamas, penguins and more


In the cinematic Chilean Altiplano, over in west-central South America, visitors are likely to encounter South America’s four famous camelid species: shaggy-haired llamas, guanacos, alpacas and vicuñas. If you want to admire Chilean penguins, plus bottlenose dolphins and sea lions in their natural habitat, visit the Pingüino de Humboldt nature reserve, north of La Serena. During summer, you might also spot marine turtles, dolphins, whales, albatrosses and cormorants.

While travelling to southern Chile, keep your Swarovski Optik binoculars at the ready for the diminutive Chilean pudú deer, which measures in at around 40 centimetres tall, making it one of the world’s smallest deer.
Spot tiny deer

While travelling to southern Chile, keep your SWAROVSKI OPTIK binoculars at the ready for the diminutive Chilean pudú deer, which measures in at around 40 centimetres tall, making it one of the world’s smallest deer. One of the best places to spot Chilean pudús is the lush Valdivian rainforest on Chiloé Island – but they’re famously shy.

Chile offers a great cuisine. Its fertile soil produces exquisite delicacies and drinks. Enjoy this marvellous country with all your senses.

Chile's wines are worth a toast

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Discover a wealth of delicious Chilean wines and toast the country’s fertile valleys, many of which sprawl across Central Chile, nestled between the mountains and the ocean. It is a unique opportunity to appreciate the birds that can be found among the vineyards.

If you want to admire Chilean penguins, plus bottlenose dolphins and sea lions in their natural habitat, visit the Pingüino de Humboldt nature reserve, north of La Serena.

World's Leading Green Destination 2020

Chile


In 2020, Chile was chosen as World’s Leading Green Destination by the prestigious World Travel Awards for the fifth time in a row.

Discover a wealth of delicious Chilean wines and toast the country’s fertile valleys, many of which sprawl across Central Chile, nestled between the mountains and the ocean.

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