Dirt roads and adobe walls are the distinguishing features of San Pedro de Atacama, a small town located 195 miles (314 km) from Antofagasta and 8,000 feet (2,440 m) above sea level. Its strategic location makes it the perfect starting point for exploring the spectacular landscapes of Chile's north.
Situated in Patagonia in Chile's extreme south, Torres del Paine National Park is one of the most remarkable sections of the Andes. There you can find impressive waterfalls, multicolored lakes, glaciers and three enormous granite monoliths that stretch more than 9100 feet (2,800 m) into the sky.
This enigmatic island is located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, isolated from the rest of the world but close to paradise. Extinct volcanoes, stunning beaches and enormous megalithic sculptures called moais, all help to transform the island into a virtual open air museum, attracting visitors from all over world.
Just 311 miles (500 km) north of Santiago, this region boasts the clearest skies on earth and is known for its top class astronomical observatories. It has a Mediterranean climate and a beautiful landscape, punctuated by tranquil gullies and small towns, making it the perfect place for a peaceful break.
Chile's capital is a safe and modern city with a contagious energy and a flourishing arts scene. The New York Times declared it an unmissable destination for 2011.
This port city's colorful hills, grand architecture and bohemian charm all help to make it one of the most exciting and unique cities in Latin America. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003.
The vineyards of central Chile have a history that stretches back hundreds of years to the first European settlers. Wine plays a big role in shaping the national identity and it is one of the country's top exports, making the winegrowing valleys a must-see destination for experts from all over the world.
The majestic Andes, running the length of Chile, make the country the best destination for snow sports in the southern hemisphere. You can find plenty of top ski resorts close to Sanitago and further south, in Patagonia.
A beautiful archipelago in Chile's south, Chiloé has a unique identity shaped by epic myths, long held traditions, stunning landscapes and distinct architecture.
The main lakeside resort in Chile's south has it all: from beaches and whitewater rafting to natural hot springs under the stars. Set against the magnificent backdrop of the imposing Villarrica Volcano, is an unmissable destination.
Businessman and owner of a restaurant and surf school, this surfer has lived in Punta de Lobos for two years.
The beautifully situated Chiloé establishment was selected for its focus on innovation and energy efficiency.
Tierra Patagonia Hotel’s Uma Spa named as one of the most breathtaking on the planet by Fordor’s Travel.
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The historic Puyó House in Bellas Artes was once one of the most important artistic centers in the Chilean capital.
The high-rise skyline of Santiago is dominated by the Andes, with
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