Chile is home to a huge range of landforms with formidable mountains, extreme desserts and ice-capped volcanos. But the southern stretch of fjords, channels and islets, like a mass of puzzle pieces pulled apart, is an unforgettable highlight of any trip to the South American continent.
When it comes to whale watching, Patagonia has it all. Wannabe whale watchers have numerous options from which to choose. Popular areas include Corcovado Gulf and Francisco Coloane Marine Park, both of which are in Chilean waters. Ask anybody in the know, however, and they’ll invariably recommend one place above all others – the Valdes Peninsula.