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The Highlight Destinations of Chile

Chile’s top travel destinations

With the mighty Andes, stunning Pacific coastline, the highest, driest desert on the planet, turquoise mountain lakes, massive glaciers, rolling vineyards and the remote Easter Island; Chile has a mind-blowing combination of landscapes and experiences. Legend in Chile has it that once god had finished creating the heavens and the Earth, a little of everything was left and through a hole in His pocket, mountains, deserts, lakes, glaciers, volcanoes and valleys fell and created the amazing Chilean landscapes. The slim ribbon of Chile compresses an extraordinary array of terrains between its Andean spine, the coast of the Pacific Ocean and even further to the mysterious Easter Island. A country of geographical extremes, Chile has an unimaginable wealth of sights, adventures and travel experiences!

Torres del Paine National Park

Discover the magnificent highlights of Chile // Photo by LaiQuocAnh

See the mighty granite peaks of Torres del Paine

The Torres del Paine National Park is one of the most visited and well-known destinations in Chile and rightly so. Rugged, hard to reach, windswept and the wild expanse of the Torres del Paine National Park provide a dramatic and unforgettable adventure. Read more about exploring Torres del Paine…

Torres del Paine National Park

The Horns of Torres del Paine // Photo by Marc Pagani

Explore the otherworldly landscapes of the Atacama Desert

Home to one of the most unique and spectacular landscapes in the world, the Atacama Desert will not disappoint. For those travelers wishing they could travel to another planet but don’t want to wait around for space travel to develop, the 40,000 square mile desert in northern Chile is the next best thing to experiencing life on Mars. Read more about visiting the Atacama Desert…

Moon Valley, Atacama Desert

The Atacama’s magnificent landscape of Moon Valley // Photo by Yoann Combronde

Discover the mysteries of the remote Easter Island

One of the most remote inhabited islands in the world, Easter Island which is also known as Rapa Nui has for centuries fascinated all those who have visited this secluded island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Situated some 2,300 miles west of Chile and 1,100 miles from the nearest neighboring island, the island has an area of just 64 sq. miles making it smaller than the Federal District of Washington! Read more about traveling to Easter Island…

Easter Island

Just some of Easter Island’s many Moai statues

A cosmopolitan experience in Santiago de Chile

Chile’s capital city of Santiago de Chile has one of the most spectacular settings of any city in the world. Through the gaps between the modern and traditional buildings of central Santiago, you can catch glimpses of the mighty Andean peaks that watch over the city. Read more about visiting Santiago de Chile…

Santiago de Chile

Santiago de Chile’s stunning cityscape // Photo by Tifonimages

Get adventurous in Chile’s Lake District

Traveling along the winding roads of Chile’s Lake District passing snow-capped volcanoes, lush green valleys and shimmering lakes, this is one of South America’s most picturesque areas. Read more about traveling to Chile’s Lake District…

Volcano Osorno, Puerto Varas

Admire the Osorno Volcano & Chile’s Lake District // Photo by McKay Savage

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