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The Best Wildlife Destinations in South America

The Best Wildlife Destinations in South America

With some of the remotest corners of the world, South America has some of the best wildlife destinations in the world. Year after year perseverant travelers grab their cameras and binoculars before traveling to South America to seek out the much sought after wildlife in the some of the region’s most pristine and natural habitats. Whether you’re a seasoned birdwatcher or just interested in coming face to face with some of the rarest and most spectacular wildlife in the world; these breathtaking destinations in South America will be sure to bring out the nature-lover within.

South America wildlife destinations

Come face to face with the best of South America’s wildlife.

The quintessential Amazon experience in Brazil & Peru

Crossing into 9 different countries in South America and covering approximately 2.5 million square miles, the Amazon Rainforest is a haven for wildlife. Read more about the wildlife of the Amazon Rainforest…

Amazon Rainforest

The vast Amazon is home to 33% of the world’s wildlife.

Awe-inspiring biodiversity in Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands

Visiting the Galapagos is an extremely special experience not only because of the diversity of wildlife on offer or, its history as the inspiration behind Charles Darwin’s ‘Theory of Evolution’ but; instead of staying in hotels, you’ll travel around and stay on beautiful vesselsRead more about the wildlife of the Galapagos Islands…

Galapagos Islands

Get up close to the wildlife of the Galapagos Islands.

An unmissable wildlife adventure in the Pantanal

Located in the southwest of Brazil, the Pantanal is the world’s largest freshwater wetland. Less glamorously known as the ‘World’s Swamp’, the 81,080 square miles of wetland is 10 times larger than the Florida Everglades and is a similar size to the country of Portugal. Read more about the wildlife of the Pantanal…

The Pantanal, Brazil

Hang around with the magnificent wildlife of the Pantanal.

Peninsula Valdes’ mighty marine wildlife

The 250 mile long stretch of the Peninsula Valdes coastline is one of the top wildlife destinations in Argentina. From lethargic elephant seals and rare Southern Right Whales to adorable penguins and acrobatic dolphins; Peninsula Valdes is one of the most important areas in South America for marine mammals and birds. Read more about the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes…

Peninsula Valdes, Argentina

An unforgettable whale watching experience in Peninsula Valdes.

The unspoiled wetlands of Esteros del Ibera

One of the best detours you can make while traveling in Argentina is to Esteros del Ibera. While second to the Pantanal as the largest wetland area in the world, the Ibera Wetlands are just as stunning and diverse as those found in its Brazilian neighbor. Read more about the wildlife of Esteros del Ibera…

Esteros del Ibera Wetlands, Argentina

There are plenty of wildlife photo opportunities in Esteros del Ibera.

Birdwatching in Colombia’s Coffee Region

Hidden between the towering peaks of the Andes is Colombia’s Coffee Region. While the main highlight of the Coffee Triangle is of course its world-renowned coffee, it is also one of the top locations in the world to go bird watching. Read more about the wildlife of Colombia’s Coffee Region…

Colombia Coffee - Julian Londono Jaramillo

Colombia’s Coffee Region will satisfy all your senses.

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