Chile from the Inside
The Time magazine published its third annual list of the 100 best places in the world in 2021 to explore, where Chile figures with the Patagonia National Park.
The second highest vineyard on earth is located in the middle of the driest desert in the world, just a few kilometres from San Pedro de Atacama
This region is inhabited by up to six different whale species. Be enchanted by the breathtaking moment when one of the whales jumps out of the waves
Chile enjoys more than 300 clear days per year, and, with little or no light pollution in the north, conditions are ideal for stargazing under open skies.
New exciting routes await you in the Coquimbo region, where you can visit historical sites, observe endemic flora and fauna and taste local products from land and sea.
Skiing on a winter morning and experiencing a sunset on the Pacific beach in the evening? In Chile this is possible. Surrounded by the Andes, Santiago is one of the few cities in the world
The tourism project “RUTAS ANCESTRALES ARAUCARIAS” won the prestigious German “TO DO 2021 Award” (International Competition for Socially Responsible Tourism).
Also called the “guardian of the Andes”, the puma can be found throughout Chile, from the region of Arica and Parinacota, to Patagonia. With its mysterious charisma it is revered by native cultures all over America.
Chile is a country of poets, with two Nobel Prizes in Literature for Gabriela Mistral and Pablo Neruda, and the Miguel de Cervantes Prize for Nicanor Parra in 2012. So it’s not surprising that Chile even has a route of the poets.
Get to know the longest wine route in the world. It is located between Chile and Argentina and is 1300 kilometres long.