Places To Go In Chile

Atacama Desert
Rising from sea level to 13,000 feet up into the Andes towards Bolivia, parts of the Atacama Desert are the driest places on earth and offer some truly unique and breath-taking landscapes. At altitude the desert is sunny with clear blue skies during the day but bitterly cold and dry at...
Chilean Patagonia
Chilean Patagonia is a vast region with its ice-fields, stunning blue lakes set against the backdrop of the Andes and its remote, rugged territory. Perfect for lovers of outdoor pursuits and those looking for an adventure holidays, this region has fewer visitors than other parts of Chile and is a...
Chiloe Island
Chiloé is Chile’s second largest island but has, until recently, remained relatively unknown except to Chileans. The country’s government has started pouring money into the island, resulting in new roads, a new ferry terminal and a recently opened new airport, now offering...
Easter Island
Easter Island (known in Chile as Isla de Pascua and locally as Rapa Nui) is a tiny remote dot in the middle of the Pacific, 6 hours by air from the mainland. Rapa Nui is most famous for its monolithic stone statues, called Moai. There are a thousand or so of these Moai scattered around the...
La Serena - Astronomy
Along the Panamericana highway, 474 km from Santiago, stretched across golden coastline you will find La Serena, one of Chile’s oldest cities. Just a short flight north of Santiago, La Serena’s merits make it a popular destination for those fascinated by astronomy, who can’t...
Santiago & Winelands
Santiago, the capital city of Chile, is nestled between the coast at Valparaiso and the lofty peaks of the Andes. It is a modern cosmopolitan city whose highlights include the San Francisco church, San Cristobal Park and the Plaza de Armas with its historic cathedral. The fashionable suburbs of Las...
The Lake District
The Lake District in Chile is one of the most beautiful regions in the country with volcanoes, pristine lakes, waterfalls and virgin forests. The prettiest spot to stay and one of the best bases for exploring the area is in or around the small town of Puerto Varas overlooking Lake Llanquihue and in...
Torres del Paine
Torres del Paine - the most spectacular national park in Chile and probably its best known - is a few hours drive from Punta Arenas and Puerto Natales in the far south of this long thin country. Torres del Paine National Park is famed for its impressive and iconic granite pillars but will also take...
Valparaiso
Valparaiso is an intriguing UNESCO World Heritage site, the city perched on a steep hillside overlooking the Pacific ocean just a few hours drive west of Santiago. With a lively sea port and many nearby beaches to explore it makes a good day trip from the city, especially when combined with tours...
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