Cape Horn National Park
Two sets of islands spread over 632 square kilometers (244 square miles) and separated by a narrow channel make up the Cape Horn National Park. The Hermite and Wollaston islands are also part of a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The windswept islands with colorful names such as Deceit are dotted with islets that make for superb wildlife habitats. Darwin stopped through and no doubt observed humpback whales and dolphins.