I discovered Patagonia in 2001 while working on a conservation project protecting the South Andean Deer, on the brink of extinction. These beautiful animals can be seen in Patagonia and on the Chilean national emblem. Upon arriving, I fell in love with this magical place, of its’ scenery, the people, the harsh weather, and immense nature. I lived in Torres del Paine National Park working as a guide. I met my husband here, who shares the same admiration for this area. We began our family here, and so we will always be connected to this magnificent place.
Our knowledge and love for Patagonia allows us to help many people plan their trip. With our help visitors can visit places which they may have otherwise never experienced traveling without a guide. And so, that is why we decided to start WildChile to assist all those wishing to visit this remote land.
Agronomic Engineer from the Universidad Católica, 15 years of tourism experience, tour guide in San Pedro de Atacama and Torres del Paine, Field assistant for BBC London in Pan de Azúcar, Teacher Assistant in Tamango National Reserve for Sierra Institute University. Travel Consultant in Mandala Viajes and Expan Tours.
Ana María is travel passionate, she has visited and planned trips to Europe, the United States, Mexico, Panama, Colombia, Peru and now also Chile. Her fascination for landscapes, nature, beaches, adventure and cultural tourism have been a good complement to determine the highlights of each destination. Her roots are in Colombia, but now she lives at Santiago de Chile, where she enjoys and promote the wide variety of destinations around the country.