Patagonia, including the world famous Torres del Paine National Park
Vast, exotic, wild and infinite in its beauty. That’s how Patagonia was described by the explorers who arrived here almost 500 years ago. Little has changed to this day. Come and discover a truly unspoiled wilderness of mountains, fjords, glaciers, forests and steppes.
Easter Island / Rapa Nui
There’s no inhabited spot in the world quite so isolated as Chilean Polynesia. A mere dot in the vast Pacific Ocean, Rapa Nui (Easter Island) is a one-of-a-kind destination whose very remoteness lends it unmistakable authenticity and an aura of mystery. It’s high time to come and uncover its secrets! Come and meet the Moais and Rapa Nui culture in person.
Far from being a desolate, arid wilderness, the Atacama desert is overflowing with life. Its ancient cultures offer a warm welcome to modern travellers, and fertile oases sustain an astonishing diversity of life here in the world’s driest desert.
The Wine Valleys
If you come to Chile you must go to taste the most precious wines in the world!
The south of Chile and Chiloé Island
A sudden cloudburst and a heavy shower pass as quickly as they began, and the sky is soon an intense, deep blue once more. Breathe in the earthy, humid scents of the forest and meet some of the warmest, friendliest people on earth. Welcome to the south of Chile! Discover its singular beauty and the unique living heritage of its original peoples.You must get to know the volcanoes, lakes, millenary Araucarias forests in southern Chile.
La Serena, Isla Damas and Pisco Elqui (Elqui Valley famous for the drink Pisco Sour)
Birthplace of the best hand-distilled piscos in the country, you can’t miss out on tasting this delicious spirit made from the muscatel grapes. When mixed with cola it is called piscola and is the favorite drink for Chileans when it’s time to party. Be sure to try it!