With more than 325,000 hectares of forest, Pumalin Park has a wide variety of activities that offer the adventurous traveler, as for example make explorations, observe wildlife, learn and relax. The sea kayakers explore the fjords RAID and Reñihue, where you can often see dolphins, wolves of sea and even whales, but at the same time can relax with nature and facilities provided by the place.

In 1991, American Douglas Tompkins bought the Reñihue Estate with the idea to protect its 17,000 hectares (40,800 acres) of temperate rain forest from
any future exploitation. Today, the Park makes up a total of 300,000 hectares (720,000 acres), to become the largest private park in the world.

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