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“The Torres del Paine Park has seen a recovery like never before”

Basilio Reinike, Head of Excursions at Tierra Patagonia, speaks with us about the different activities that can be done in this incredible part of Chile and some of the positive consequences that this forced pause has had in nature, due to the restrictions in the national park.
décembre 31, 2020

Diego Salas

Basilio Reinike, Head of Excursions at Tierra Patagonia, tells us that the Torres del Paine National Park, which had closed down completely due to pandemic restrictions, has experienced an unusual recovery in its biodiversity this year.  According to the experienced guide, there has been a notable increase in the diverse flora and fauna of the zone, news that has observers very excited.

In this video, Basilio tells us about the activities that can be done in the impressive Chilean Patagonia.  He also gives some tips and recommendations for anyone planning to visit this beautiful place in the extreme south of the planet to experience a dream vacation.



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