In the remote landscapes of South American Patagonia, a wild world is waiting to be discovered.
Within the majestic mountains and vast virgin territories, is hidden one of the most mysterious and fascinating predators: the puma.
We invite you to read this article to delve into the secrets of Patagonia and get some tips on how to get to know these magnificent felines in their natural habitat.
1. Patagonia National Park, Chile
Located further north, in the Aysén region, Patagonia National Park offers a spectacular environment for spotting pumas and other native species. With fewer visitors each year and a focus on conservation, this park provides a more intimate experience with wildlife.
Due to its commitment to conservation, Patagonia National Park has been chosen as the site for one of the most extensive studies on this species.
Here, explora Patagonia National Park is a true hidden treasure that radiates an intimate, peaceful and remote atmosphere. As the only lodge located within the park, it enchants visitors with pristine landscapes and extraordinary wildlife.
Puma sighting from explora Lodge