Humboldt Penguins National Reserve
Located in the sector of Chañaral de Aceituno with a surface area of 859 hectares spread over three islands: Chañaral de Aceituno, Damas and Choros.
This is a natural reserve for bottle-necked dolphins that swim around the formation of islands. It is an area of extreme natural beauty, thanks to the presence of these creatures.
These islands are also noted for other species of flora and fauna found there, amongst them those native to the ‘flowering desert’ that also covers this zone, and the Humboldt Penguin, that gives its name to this place.
At the reserve you can take part in activities such as excursions, kayaking, windsurfing, sailing and beach activities.
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