These wild cousins of the domesticated llama are among the puma’s favorite foods, and it shows on the bone-riddled trail ahead.
Explore the Chilean Patagonia on the Puma Safari. Exploring the eastern edges of the Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia with its turquoise-blue lakes and dramatic mountain vistas is spectacular enough before you add in the thrill of seeing Andean Pumas in the wild on the Puma Safari.
Everything you need to know about a puma safari in Chile Wild Patagonia in the heart of winter; snow tops the surrounding mountains and the air is cold. Winter is the best time to see these elusive cats, they stay lower which makes them more accessible, and as a bonus the park is quieter.
Puma safari in Patagonia Puma is the biggest wild Cat in America, a powerfull predator from the Andes. Its range is from Alaska to Patagonia; the later is where our Birding and Puma aventure will take place.
Jan 07, 2017 · Our puma photographic safari was a al inclusive trip from Punta Arenas. We met our guide Roberto Donoso at Punta Arenas on day 1 at 8:00 am, and left directly for Puerto Natales and then Torres del Paine.
Ultimate Patagonia Puma Tracking Safari. An exclusive tailor-made puma tracking safari in Torres del Paine National Park. Track the big cats in Chile in winter; the best time to see them in the wilderness of Chilean Patagonia, stay in luxurious accommodation too.
puma tracking & wildlife photo safari Day 5 AM/PM: By day 5, you’ll have already spend 3 full days in the Torres del Paine National Park tracking pumas and admiring other wildlife.
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.
Puma safari near Torres del Paine national park 6 days from £3375* More photos in the Gallery. Overview. It is always important to speak to the local experts when planning the timing of a big cat safari and this is exactly what Wildlife Trails did when planning this excitng small group Puma safari to Chile.
Jun 03, 2015 · In South America, it’s called puma, the Incan word for powerful and strong. Pumas can jump 18 feet in the air and run as fast as 50 miles per hour. They kill their prey, mostly deer, by jumping onto the animal’s back and biting through its neck.