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    Patagonia Puma Safari

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  • Tracking Puma expedition in Patagonia, Chile

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Pumas calls Patagonia their home.  Currently, we are the only provider of doing Puma Safari in Patagonia in a mature level. Be one of the world’s travel pioneers to see wild, fleeting pumas and fully explore the park of Torres del Paine.

Our Patagonia travel specialists have lived in the region for all their lives, and they are happy to bring travelers to the best spots for tracking pumas and their natural habitats. The Puma Safari starts off each day early, by photographing the sunrise from distinct locations after a continental-style breakfast. Our puma and cougar tracking team will be in radio contact to let travelers know the puma’s exact locations and behaviors. Throughout the trip, our tracking team members will keep travelers informed about the  locations of even the most elusive animals, including the Andean puma mountain lion and the endangered huemul South Andean deer. As soon as these animals are noticed, our guides will lead travelers to track them in the right spots.

We will begin our wildlife exploration close to Camp, in the park’s eastern sector, making the most of the beautiful morning light and animal activity. Travelers will enjoy six hours of wildlife observation, photographing the park’s native flora and fauna with professional photographers, before heading back for lunch and relaxation. In the afternoon, we will head out again, this time to the park’s western sector for the spectacular view of plants and fields, and landmark places such as Grey Glacier.

During the Puma Safari trip, our Patagonia local guides will take travelers through the area’s different habitats and ecosystems, introducing us to the wonderful nature of Torres del Paine and teaching us the methodology for observing wildlife in a responsible way. The safari concludes with photographing the iconic Patagonian sunset over the Paine massif.