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Places To Go In Chile

Atacama Desert
Bound by the Pacific Ocean and the Andes mountains, Chile’s Atacama Desert is the driest place on Earth. This lunar landscape is home to some of nature’s greatest spectacles from wind-sculpted canyons, salt lakes, active volcanoes, sandy deserts and spurting geysers. Most visitors to...
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.  Torres del PaineTorres del Paine - the most spectacular national park in Chile and probably its best known - is a few hours drive from Punta...
Chilean Winelands
The vineyards of Chile's Central Valley now feature on many tours of Santiago and its surrounds. Bound by the Pacific Ocean to the west, the snow-capped Andes to the east, desert to the north and chilly Antarctic influences to the south, it’s not surprising that long, thin Chile has an...
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...
Santiago
Santiago, the capital city of Chile, is nestled between the Pacific coast and the snow-capped Andes. Backed by lofty peaks, the city is home to colonial architecture and sparkling skyscrapers, leafy plazas and parks and a buzzing cafe and arts scene. The modern cosmopolitan city is...
The Lake District & Chiloe Island
The Lake District in Chile is one of the most beautiful regions in the country with snow-capped volcanoes, pristine lakes, waterfalls and virgin forests. The prettiest spot to stay and one of the best bases for exploring the area is the small town of Puerto Varas overlooking...
Valparaiso
The bohemian city of Valparaiso sits on a steep hillside overlooking the Pacific ocean and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site. Just a couple of hours' drive northwest of Santiago, it is well worth a visit especially when heading to the nearby Casablanca Valley; home to some of...
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