Top 3 Natural Destinations in Chile with Panoramic Viewsby Andrew Bell Frontier Airlines
Chile is one of the most beautiful destinations and its places speak volumes. Some of the top natural destinations with absolutely beautiful sceneries include Los Glaciares Nationa Park, Fitz Roy, Lake Pehoe, Osorno, Grey Lake, Cerro Catedral, Cerro Tore, Queulat National Park, Lanin, Punta Tambo, Cordillera del Paine, etc.
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Here are some of the most beautiful destinations in Chile:
Los Glaciares Nationa Park: Los Glaciares National Park is a protected area along with Santa Cruz Province, Argentina. It is the largest national park covering an area of about 726,927 hectares and it was listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981. The park has got its name from the massive ice cap in the Andes that feeds 47 large glaciers. Animals commonly spotted around this region include the American gray fox, guanaco, cougar, torrent duck, huemul duck, and many more.
Fitz Roy: Fitz Roy Or Monte Fitz Roy is located between Argentina and Chile on the southern Patagonian Ice Field, next to El Chalten Village. It is a mountainous region and the first person to climb this mountain was Lionel Terray and Guido Magnone in 1952. While the first European to climb was Antonio de Viedma and his friends. Mount Fitz Roy is an important symbol in Argentine Santa Cruz Province and represents its coat of arms.
Lake Pehoe: Lake Pehoe is located within Torres del Paine National Park along with Magallanes Region, southern Chile. The lake is largely fed by the Paine River and also receives water from the Skottsberg Lake. The surrounding areas are widely notable for being home to interesting flora and fauna ranging from guanaco, wild elks, bison, etc.
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