Pumalin Park: A Private Paradise

A Private Paradise in Chile

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Home for Doug and Kristine Tompkins is one of the most remote and most spectacular places on Earth. Those are the Andes Mountains cascading into the sea. This is Pumalin, the enormous park the Tompkins bought, preserved and and continue to enhance in southern Chile. This is a photo of the Renihue Fjord (pronounced "Rainy Way," which Kris Tompkins jokes is a perfect translation because it rains 300 days a year in this temperate rain forest.) The Tompkins live at the bottom of the fjord. Watch "Nightline" tonight at 11:35 p.m. for the full report from Pumalin Park. (Jeffrey Kofman/ABC News)
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