Protected Areas in South America

Cabo de Hornos Biosphere Reserve: Cabo de Hornos and Alberto de Agostini National Parks (Chile)

The Cabo de Hornos Biosphere Reserve is located in the American continent's extreme south, comprised of marine areas, islands and forested coast. The region (Cape Horn) was discovered in 1616. The core areas are constituted by Cabo de Hornos and Alberto de Agostini National Parks.
Central Suriname Nature Reserve World Heritage Site Editor Mon, 12/17/2018 - 16:37
The Central Suriname Nature Reserve comprises nearly 4 million acres of primary tropical forest. It protects the upper watershed of the Coppename River and the headwaters of the Lucie, Oost, Zuid, Saramaccz and Gran Rio rivers. It covers a range of ecosystems of notable conservation value.

Corredor Biológico Nevados de Chillán - Laguna del Laja Biosphere Reserve and National Park (Chile)

The Corredor Biológico Nevados de Chillán - Laguna del Laja Is located in Chile's Patagonia region, which is a global biodiversity hotspot. The biological corridor connects three core areas: Ñuble National Reserve, Laguna del Laja National Park and the Los Huemules de Niblinto National Reserve.

Cutervo National Park (Peru)

Cutervo National Park is Peru's oldest protected area, located in the northern Peruvian Andes. It was created to preserve flora and fauna diversity and the archaeological remains of the Cordillera de Tarros, which is home to the last cloud forests of Cajamarca and various ecosystems of native species.

Galápagos Islands: Galápagos National Park, Marine Reserve and Biosphere Reserve (Ecuador)

Situated in the Pacific Ocean some 600+ miles from the South American continent, these islands, islets and surrounding waters have been called a unique 'living museum and showcase of evolution'. Located at the confluence of three ocean currents, the Galápagos are a melting pot of marine species.