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Chilean Fjords

With almost 1,000 miles of islands, channels and fjords, the Chilean Fjords are comparable in size to the expansive fjord coastline of Norway. This incredibly beautiful part of the country is a magnificent collection of emerald lakes, snow-capped volcanoes, dense forests and thermal springs that will make your journey a truly memorable trip. Make sure to bring your camera and capture the stunning sites.

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Chilean Fjords

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The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss

You'll want to bring your camera and plenty of film, because in addition to the spectacular scenery, the Chilean Fjords are incredibly rich in marine, bird and wildlife. You’ll find the world's largest birds: condors, albatross, giant petrels, Magellanic penguins, imperial cormorants, and Antarctic terns. You're also likely to come across wild geese and ducks, large, flightless steamer ducks, exotic Chilean green parrots, kingfishers, seals, sea otters, orcas and even the occasional whale.

Other Fun Things to Do

  • Take in the majestic view of snow topped mountains and crystalline glaciers like the Amalia Glacier in the Southern Patagonia Ice Fields.
  • Every nature lover will enjoy the penguin spotting and killer whales seen at the national glacier parks that can rival Antartica.

Local Currency

The local currency in the Chilean Fjords is the Chilean Peso (CLP).

Weather in Chilean Fjords


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Before You Visit

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