Reserva Nacional Pinguino de Humboldt

Trip Start Dec 14, 2007
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Trip End Nov 04, 2008


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Friday, December 28, 2007

We had the most fantastic day visiting the Reserva Nacional Pinguino de Humbolt located at Caleta Punta Choros, 100km North of La Serena.

The Park is composed by 3 small islands, and the access is via small fishing boats. The park was created to protect the small community of Humbolt Penguins which live from Peru to South of Chile...small little creatures.

Taking advantage of the islands are plenty other animals, otters, sealions, dolphins, seagulls, comorans, and whales (although they havent arrived yet).

We were attacked a couple of times by aggressive mating seagulls on Isla de Damas.

Day ended in another luxurious Copec petrol station which have become our best friends - plenty of dogs, petro, hot dogs....and clean toilets and showers!
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