Chile Creates Largest Marine Reserve in the Americas
The newly protected waters around the Desventuradas Islands contain many marine species found nowhere else on Earth.
In 1834, Charles Darwin made it to the top of the hill the park is named after. From that moment on this place became a magnet for nature lovers.
Feel like a real explorer and visit the forest inside the reserve and see one of the last Chilean Palm Tree forests in the world.
Follow in Darwin’s footsteps and walk along the trails that lead to the La Campana Hill to be amazed by the majestic view from here. You’ll be able to see a 30-meter-tall waterfall as well as how the more than 100 species of animals that live here spend their days.