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Chile

Towering snow-capped Andean peaks, long stretches of beach, a forested lake district and a desert dotted with pre-Columbian ruins, make Chile one of the most varied and scenic countries on the continent.

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Atacama Easter-Island Santiago Pucon Chiloe Torres-Del-Paine Puerto-Natales Puerto-Varas Puerto-Arenas Puerto-Montt

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Atacama Desert
Considered the driest place on earth, the Atacama Desert in the north of Chile offers travelers one of the most unique landscapes anywhere. This high desert region offers volcanoes, active geysers, salt lakes, and ancient archeological sites. With exceptional conditions, this region is also a global center for ‘astro-tourism’. Home to one third of the world’s telescopes, its a must see for an any avid star gazer.

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Santiago & Surroundings
The stylish capital of Santiago welcomes visitors with English style coffee houses and sophisticated restaurants. From its centralized location you have easy access to Chile’s wine region which is on par with the world best, or head west to the coastline and Vina del Mar.

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North: Puerto Montt / Pucon / Chiloe
The stylish capital of Santiago welcomes visitors with English style coffee houses and sophisticated restaurants. From its centralized location you have easy access to Chile’s wine region which is on par with the world best, or head west to the coastline and Vina del Mar.

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North: Puerto Montt / Pucon / Chiloe
The stylish capital of Santiago welcomes visitors with English style coffee houses and sophisticated restaurants. From its centralized location you have easy access to Chile’s wine region which is on par with the world best, or head west to the coastline and Vina del Mar.

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Easter Island

The most remote inhabited island on the planet, Easter Island is home to the Moai statues that bore witness to the rise and fall of its complex culture. Getting away from it all takes on a whole new meaning!

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South: Punta Arenas / Puerto Natales / Torres del Paine
From its snow capped peaks, lakes, ice fields that give way to majestic glaciers and the splendor of mountains like Torres del Paine. It’s just you and the wild nature that serves as a backdrop to such diverse activities as fly-fishing, trekking, cycling, mountain climbing, rafting, kayaking and horseback riding.

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South: Punta Arenas / Puerto Natales / Torres del Paine
A formerly modest fishing port on Seno Última Esperanza, Puerto Natales has blossomed into a Gore-Tex mecca. The gateway to Parque Nacional Torres del Paine, this town feeds off tourism, an all-you-can-eat feast with unwavering demand. Boutique beers and wine tastings have overtaken tea time, and gear shops have replaced the yarn sellers. While there are growing services that cater to international tastes, there’s appeal in Natales’ corrugated-tin houses strung shoulder to shoulder and cozy granny-style lodgings. Most notably, in spite of a near-constant swarm of visitors, the town still maintains the glacial pace of living endemic to Patagonia.

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Puerto-Varas
With Puerto Montt, Puerto Varas, Petrohue, and Chiloe Island we find ourselves in the Lake District of the northern Patagonia. This region of snowcapped volcanoes, lakes, and rivers is among the most picturesque in South America attracting photography buffs and avid outdoorsman alike.

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North: Puerto Montt / Pucon / Chiloe
Feel the wonderful sea breeze and look out at the enormity of the Pacific while sitting in front of the ocean in Puerto Montt. Discover its port identity, the salmon culture and its rich cuisine.

Enjoy wonderful seafood at the Angelmó cove, star of the city that welcomes you with a table full of fish and seafood from the area. Visit its many restaurants, some with a view of Tenglo Island and Calbuco Volcano, where everything is prepared on the spot: the paila marina (seafood stew), the “cancato” (stew made of fish, chorizo, cheese and tomato) and the unbeatable sea urchins. To buy local produce and utensils, walk through the Angelmó crafts fair.

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Punta Arenas / Puerto Natales / Torres del Paine
From Puta Arenas, with a rich history dating back to when the first pioneers came from Europe, you can cruise to Cape Horn thru rivers and the huge maze of fjords and canals that are home to dolphins and whales.

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