National Geographic’s TRAVELER MAGAZINE named this trip a 2012 Tour of a Lifetime
November 4 – 16, 2013 and March 3 – 15, 2014
Southern Chile & Argentina share an immense, sparsely populated expanse divided by the Andes Mountains, commonly known as Patagonia. Rising from the flat Patagonian steppes with breathtaking abruptness, the craggy mountains of Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park are an astonishing sight. Torres del Paine is the crown jewel of Chile’s national parks. Because of its exceptional ecological significance, in 1978 UNESCO designated the Park as an International Biosphere Reserve. The dramatic granite mountain spires, the spectacular glaciers, and the haunting winds draw visitors from around the world. The abundance of guanaco, the probability of seeing Andean condor soaring overhead, and the possibility of sighting an endangered huemul or an elusive puma, all add to the allure.
What others said about the Dec, 2012 Torres del Paine volunteer vacation…
“A wonderful experience, new friends, beautiful scenery.”
“I am so impressed with the leadership of the CVIP organization and how much they care about the work they are doing.”
“Lots of hard work, lots of fun, lots of laughs.”
Thank for deepening my appreciation for the Park of parks and the value of fun and hard work.”
“My first volunteer vaction and I see why National Geographic rated it 50 best! I personally felt I have grown and have a new appreciation for life. Thank for your excellent leaderhip, planning of all amenities, and making it comfortable.”
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