Chanaral, a town with old wooden houses perched on a hillside at the mouth of Rio Salado, lies to the south of Antofagasta on the northern Chilean coast. Nearby is the Parque Nacional Pan de Azucar that includes Isla Chanaral, the largest in a series of islands (including Isla Choros and Isla Damas) once known as an important site for guano, a valuable agricultural fertilizer where you can visit the Humboldt Penguin Nature Reserve, replete with up to 103 species of cold-water loving birds as well as guanaco and foxes.
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