Pumas in Patagonia

August 13, 2013
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Are you a keen wildlife photographer or just want to experience some outstanding natural beauty? Tierra Patagonia have the trip for you…

Pumas are one of the more elusive creatures in the natural world – inherently solitary and reclusive, they are rarely spotted and mostly avoid human contact. However, there are an estimated 50-100 pumas in the Torres Del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia, making it one of the best places to start if you’re trying to track these elusory beasts.

Photographing these creatures can be an exceptionally rewarding experience – the difficulty of locating and tracking Pumas makes the excitement of actually finding one even more tangible. Furthermore, their beauty and effortless movement make for some truly stunning photos.

The Tierra Patagonia offers a tour specifically focused on locating and tracking a variety of wildlife in the Torres Del Paine National Park, including the Puma. Guided by Pia Vegera and Rodriga Moraga Zuniga, both experts in wildlife photography and animal behaviour, you will be well equipped to capture the best vistas and sights the Torres Del Paine has to offer.

For more information about tours to the Torres Del Paine National Park, visit our Website

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