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Graced with over 6,000 km of Pacific Ocean coastline and truly fascinating, diverse nature, the long and narrow Chile stretches out along South America’s Western coast, covering everything from the world’s driest desert to vast glacial fields, volcanoes, ancient forests, and massive glaciers and fjords.
Arrive in the capital of Santiago and immediately come face-to-face with the gigantic Andes that tower in the background of this bustling metropolis. Fast-paced like most other South American cities, Santiago happens to be just one piece of the large Chilean puzzle. In fact, the country’s natural richness urges to slow one’s pace unlike many others, a habit many travelers have copied from the locals.
Chile’s vast beauty demands the attentive eye, whether you explore the glaciers and steppe of the rugged region of Patagonia, hike into the country’s massive mountain resorts, or marvel at the incredible Atacama Desert, the driest non-polar place on Earth. Walk on salt lakes, explore the country’s untouched nature off-the-beaten-path and enjoy the sighting of incredible wildlife, from roaming cows, llamas, sheep, and donkeys, to alpacas, flamingos and guanacos.
From Chile’s rich food culture to its strong indigenous roots, and the people’s natural inclination for time spent in community, Chile allows the kind of a cultural exchange that you don’t come across every day.
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Discover traditional Chilean life in the beautiful countryside of the Aconcagua Valley, where bold wines and rich flavors reign supreme. If you're in search of good wine and the great outdoors, then this location is one of your "musts" when visiting Chile.
The region's privileged climate and unique soil conditions allow a variety of vineyards to produce slowly matured vines, grapes, and wine, sealing in Aconcagua's signature full-bodied flavor.
Nicknamed "the city of eternal spring", Arica's great weather and warm water beaches invite you to enjoy long days in the sea and colorful sunsets.
With a diverse landscape where rocky coastlines melt into deserts and towering plateaus, the long list of activities available here will fill your days with adventure.
Isolating Chile's northern boarder, the vast Atacama Desert is hardly a barren wasteland. Bursting at the seam with varied landscapes, exotic wildlife, and ancient cultures, the world's driest desert is a fascinating destination to explore.
Venture into the mesmerizing Atacama region and enjoy a fusion of unparalleled adventure and timeless ancient tradition.
Revel in the sights, smells and flavors of the stunning Cachapoal Valley. The region's steamy summers and humid winters create an ideal atmosphere for grape growing and wine production, and, indeed, the area is the source of some of the country's finest red wines.
Once known for being the stopover point before venturing into a myriad of parks in Southern Chile, Chaitén is now famous for the powerful volcanic eruption that occurred on May 5, 2008 which transformed the picturesque seaside town forever.
A tiny, mystical and enchanting dot in the middle of the Pacific, Easter Island is one of the most remote and isolated places on earth. A visit here is both fascinating and humbling, and should be at the top of anyone's bucket list.
In Chile's otherworldly Atacama region, you'll find sapphire lagoons, imposing mountains, and sprawling salt flats, all melding together to form one of the most unique landscapes on earth.
While exploring the area, you'll discover dazzling altiplano waters, such as the Chaxa Lagoon and its calm waters which reflect its stunning surroundings, and Valle de la Luna (Moon Valley), an ideal place to enjoy a multicolored sunset after an exciting day of adventure.
Known as The City of Roses, Puerto Varas is one of Chile's Lake District's most decorated destinations. This enchanting town welcomes visitors with Bavarian architecture, delicious home-style cuisine, and unparalleled scenery.
Enjoy the magic of Puerto Varas' German charm and unforgettable landscapes as you immerse yourself in traditional Chilean life.
Located in the heart of a country filled to the brim with stunning landscapes, historic beauty, local charm and delectable foods though, Santiago is fast-becoming a destination in it’s own right, and with good reason.
Long thought of as a stopover city to exploring the rest of Chile, it shouldn’t be any longer. This is a must-visit on any South American tour.
A UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, and recently declared the 8th Wonder of the World, Torres del Paine does not disappoint. Over 225,000 hectares of exceptional landscapes including towering mountains, untouched forests, glistening glaciers, and crystalline lagoons make up this famed park just 150km from Puerto Natales.
A port city perched on Chile's rocky coast, Valparaíso has been affectionately nicknamed the "Jewel of the Pacific", and is characterized by its steep colorful houses, endless hillside staircases, and jaw-dropping sea views.
Many artists, poets, and writers have been drawn to Chile's quirkiest city, including the country's very own Pablo Neruda, who's former home-turned-museum can be toured for sprawling Pacific vistas and eccentric decor.