Country of Poets

This rugged country calls to the adventurous with its aura of remote romance. Wind-whipped Patagonia attracts travelers that want more and have a longing for beauty only seen by a rare few. Untamed fjords wind their way through hardwood forests, past icy glaciers that have carved out emerald lakes. The dramatic mountains ascend into the clouds, their peaks hidden from view and forgotten with time. Some of the most dynamic people in history, like Magellan, Darwin and even Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid have been lured into its lands. The hardest part of visiting Chile is narrowing down what you want to see and do. The country has three, distinct regions; The Lake District, The Southern Coast and Patagonia, an untamed wilderness that exemplifies the majestic spirit of Chile. Pick a region to explore and prepare for a trip of a lifetime.


Easter Island

Explore the mysteries surrounding the massive, stone monuments that were built on the most isolated, inhabited island in the world. Why were the statues created? How were they moved from the rock qu... See more

Marble Caves of Chile Chico

The only way to reach this unusual cave system is by a small boat or kayak on General Carrera Lake. This lake was formed by an ancient glacier and is surrounded by the Andes mountains. For thousand... See more

Worlds Largest Swimming Pool

When you arrive at the San Alfonso del Mar Resort, you may question if what you are seeing is real. Spread over an area the size of 15 football fields is a mini ocean of salt water next to the real o... See more

Punta Pite

Explore the rugged beauty of the beaches and the dark, gray rocks of this coastal mountain range known as the “Place of the Winds”. It took forty stonemasons over two years to cut, carve and smooth ... See more

El Tatio Geysers

Sunrise is the best time to see one of the largest geyser fields in the world known as “The Oven”. The first light of day dances through the plumes of steam, creating brilliant hues of purple, red, o... See more

Hand of the Desert

You don’t expect to see an enormous hand reaching out of the desert sand but that is exactly what you’ll discover when you travel through the Atacama Desert. Over 36 feet tall, the artist’s sculpture... See more

Cordillera del Paine

Humberstone Ghost Town

Street Art of Valparaiso

Hike through Patagonia

Stargaze in San Pedro de Atacama

Milodon Cave National Monument

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