If you’re lucky, you’ll get to see rainbows forming over the Queulat mountains after storms, and even closer to home, spot “toninas,” Chilean dolphins, which often swim by in pods and frolic in the bay. There is also abundant birdlife found at the lodge, ranging from Magellanic woodpeckers to Andean hummingbirds, herons, albatross and southern crested caracaras, naming just a few.
Photo courtesy of Dave Stamboulis
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