Did you know that Peru is home to more than 1,800 species of birds? That dolphins live in the Amazon River and are pink? That the largest rodents in the world live in South America and are eaten by the locals? That sixty percent of the world’s seal population resides in Antarctica? That certain birds in the Galapagos are called boobies and have blue feet? Or that the rarely seen two-toed sloth lives in Costa Rica? Well, you do now.
From the driest desert to the lushest rainforest, mountains, wetlands, farmlands, glaciers and icebergs, Latin America and Antarctica are the perfect breeding grounds for a compilation of some of the world’s most enigmatic species of wildlife. Whether you want to get a hero shot of a butterfly the size of a bird, a brightly coloured Macaw, Llama or Penguin, or want to get up close and personal with an Armadillo or a jumping spider - you won’t be disappointed!
Chimu Adventures can help you release your inner David Attenborough. See below our suggested itineraries designed by our specialist team. Choose one of these or alter to design your own journey.
3 NIGHTS From 4,679

Spot exotic animals, trek through the rainforest and wander through island mazes. Enjoy the beautiful sunsets & meet local communities on this 4-day tour.

4 NIGHTS From 4,800

Enjoy a luxurious 5-day stay at the Galapagos Safari Camp, an authentic inland experience with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and the National Park.

4 NIGHTS From 4,855

Cruise aboard the elegant and luxurious Delfin III and experience the wonders of the Peruvian Amazon. 

7 NIGHTS From 9,900

Spend a week exploring the Canadian Arctic at this unique wilderness lodge and world-class beluga whale observation site on Somerset Island in Nunavut, Canada.

3 NIGHTS From 1,365

Tambopata Research Center is an excellent headquarters for in depth explorations of Amazonian nature and wildlife because of its remote location in uninhabited wilderness housing stable populations of endangered wildlife...

4 NIGHTS From 2,280

Our Galapagos Islands hopping tours are a great alternative to live-aboard cruises, you get to explore the archipelago’s wildlife and natural wonders by day, you sleep in boutique Island hotels by night. 

3 NIGHTS From 3,299

The Puma Encounter is a unique wildlife program run by Hotel Las Torres in the magnificent Torres del Paine National Park. Accompanied by an expert local guide and tracker, travellers will have the opportunity to track, observe and photograph the elusive “Andean Lion”.