Welcome to Parque Nacional Pan de Azúcar

It's the wildlife that brings most international travelers to Pan de Azúcar, which straddles the border between Regiónes II and III. That's because the cool Humboldt Current supports a variety of marine life. Star of the show is the endangered Humboldt penguin, which nests on an offshore island. Here you'll also spot slippery marine otters and rowdy sea lions, as well as scores of pelicans and cormorants.

The 437-sq-km park's altitude ranges from sea level to 900m. There are great coastal campsites, which get busy in summer.

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Parque Nacional Pan de Azúcar in detail