Kayak the Strait of Magellan
The terrain of Patagonia—the southern tip of South America shared by Argentina and Chile—is remarkably varied, and so is its wildlife. One way to appreciate that diversity is by taking to the water. Not everyone can say they've kayaked the Strait of Magellan, but those who can make the bucket-list claim will inevitably detail the incredible fauna they saw while paddling about at the edge of Chile
. Commonly spotted birds include the black-browed albatross, the southern giant petrel and the Chilean skua (a predatory seabird), while dolphins and sea lions are among the resident mammals.