Following the conclusion of our Puma Photography Safari with Diego Araya, you can choose to stay for a further four nights in Chile to coincide with the 2020 solar eclipse. This is your chance to photograph the spectacular celestial phenomenon in a stunning natural landscape. Alternatively, this 4-day trip can also be booked separately from the 9-day puma safari.
With the Andes running along the length of its landmass like a spine, Chile assumes a ribbon-like appearance on the South America map. A confounding length of 4,000 kilometres against a maximum width of just 180 kilometres has created a varied landscape, where geography and climate in the north is completely different to that of the south. What does connect such opposing landscapes, however, is the outdoors. A Chile holiday truly does leave you feeling fulfilled.