The Ite wetlands in South Peru are an unexpected delight for bird watchers. In the middle of a bone-dry landscape you will find thousands of water birds.
The far north of Chile offers more than just desert and beaches: ancient geoglyphs, mummies, historic town centres, and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Iberá Wetlands is one of the most important reserves of freshwater on earth. It supports an enormous variety of animal, bird, aquatic and plant life.