The majestic Andes mountain range boasts a breathtaking array of flora and fauna, with many species found nowhere else in the world. Spanning from Cape Horn to the Equator, this ‘Dragon’s Back’ is home to the largest ice field outside of the poles, as well as other unique areas such as the Torres del Paine mountain region and Atacama desert.
Adapting to their environment over centuries, animals such as penguins, flamingos and spectacled bears have made the Andes their home. Penguins live in the desert, while flamingos congregate around hot springs. The spectacled bear is native to North America but now thrives on South American flowers that can be found growing in abundance in the mountains.
Andes: The Dragon’s Back is an inspirational documentary which takes viewers on a journey through this awe-inspiring mountain range and its diverse ecosystems. With stunning visuals of snow-capped peaks in Patagonia and lush jungles of Peru, this documentary provides a captivating look at one of planet Earth’s most mysterious regions. This film has been recognized by several film festivals for its beautiful cinematography and poignant storytelling.
If you are looking for a virtual experience of discovery and exploration into the depths of these magnificent mountains, then Andes: The Dragon’s Back is sure to leave you inspired. So why not take a seat and join us on an adventure through this enchanting land?