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900 hectares with 4,500 meters of lake shore, surrounded by estuaries and streams, guarded by majestic condors and inhabited by one of the largest puma reserves in Patagonia. Costa Cochrane, located on the Chilean-Argentine border, completely virgin and unexplored, among the most coveted landscapes of the Chilean and Argentinean Patagonia.
With herds of Guanacos in the grasslands, and Condors overhead, Cochrane’s varied ecosystems make it a wildlife paradise. Ten percent of the remaining Chilean Huemul population lives in the area, in addition to pumas and trout in their natural habitat that come to spawn in the creek in early spring.