what animals can you see ?
Giant Tortoise Galapagos Islands
Jaguar Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay & Argentina
Capybara Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela, Paraguay, Peru & Bolivia
Bush Dog Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname & Guyana
Giant River Otter Guyana, French Guiana & Brazil
Caiman Brazil, Equador, Peru, Colombia & French Guiana
Andean Condor Bolivia, Colombia, Chile & Peru
Llama Argentina, Bolivia, Chile & Peru
Giant Armadillo Throughout Northern South America (Except Paraguay)
South American Coati Across South America (Except Chile)
South American Tapir Venezuela, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia, Peru & Ecuador
Southern Right Whale Chile, Argentina & Brazil
Ocelot Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Equador, Paraguay, Peru & Trinidad & Tobago
Giant Anteater Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Uraguay, Venezuela, Colombia, Equador
Harpy Eagle Brazil, Equador, Bolivia, Paraguay, Peru, Argentina Colombia, Venezuela
Green Anaconda Colombia, Venezuela, Equador, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay & Trinidad
top wildlife spots to visit
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Galápagos Islands, Equador Located 1000km off the coast of Ecuador the Galápagos Islands is where Charles Darwin formed his theory of evolution that changed the way we view the world. Made up of 13 larger islands and 7 smaller ones Galápagos is home to a plethora of animals found nowhere else on earth and is considered a heaven on earth for wildlife lovers.
Peruvian Amazon, Peru Make your way through the dense forests either by cruise, raft or canoe and enjoy the incredible wildlife Peru has to offer. With the amazon covering around 60% of Peru you can spend as long you want searching for the resident monkeys, otters and birds as well as many other animals that inhabit the forests.
The Pantanal, Brazil Often referred to as the worlds largest wetlands, spanning for thousands miles and home to over a 1000 species of birds however, thats not all with jaguars, giant anteaters, piranhas, anacondas on offer it has the highest concentration of wildlife on the continent and definitely gives the amazon a run for its money.
Madidi National Park, Bolivia In the upper amazon river basin of Bolivia Madidi National park is a true treasure with 11% of the worlds animals living here including the infamous pink river dolphins and the recently discovered titi monkey, its a must see for wildlife enthusiasts even if its not as well known as the others.
Patagonia, Argentina Offering some of the best mountain trekking on earth as well as jaw dropping scenery and one of a kind wildlife including flamingos, elephants seals and right whales it has something completely unique and different to offer that others on this list do not and is sure to be an unforgettable experience.