Iquique is the capital of the region of Tarapacá and one of the most visited cities in the north of Chile. Famous for its beaches, Iquique is ideal for surfers,….
Easter Island, off the coast of Chile, is an island steeped in culture and mystery. The Moai statues are described as monolithic human statues carved from a single piece of….
Valparaiso Chile is located about 75 miles northwest of Santiago and is home to about 1.8 million people. It was founded in 1536, and its colonial past is still present….
The “Mano del Desierto,” or Hand of the Desert, is a 36-foot-high sculpture in Chile located in the Antofagasta Region in the Atacama Desert. It was created by famous Chilean….
Patagonia, home to stunning landscapes, exhilarating adventures, and diverse wildlife, is the perfect destination for adventure travelers. The region of Patagonia is split between Chile and Argentina (a quarter sits….
Chile has many beautiful lakes scattered across the southern part of the country with many located in the lake district. This area of Chile is characterized by rolling green vistas….
Santiago is the largest city in Chile, and it’s the political, financial, and cultural center of the country. The city is home to more than 6 million people and is….
In Chile, festivals are some of the most exciting events and they’re held all over the country throughout the year. The Fiestas Patrias is one of the biggest celebrations in….
Valparaiso is one of Chile’s most charming coastal towns, and it has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This city is known for its multicolored cliff-top houses, steep cobblestone….
Chile is a land of extremes, from the ice-covered fjords in the south to the Atacama in the north to the Andes in the east. This extreme geography produces an….
Compared to traveling throughout Europe or North America, traveling in Chile is fuss-free, comfortable, and easy on a budget. Chile’s most reliable mode of transportation within its cities is the….
Chile’s diverse geography and wildlife can be enjoyed by travelers on one of many of the country’s breathtaking hiking trails. The beauty seen depends on where you’re hiking, whether it….
Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui, is one of the most isolated and mysterious islands in the world, located almost 2,300 miles off the coast of Chile. Easter Island….
The Atacama Desert in northern Chile is the driest in the world as it records, on average, about 1 mm of rainfall annually. This lack of rain is due to….
Chile is one of the top ten wine-producing countries in the world. The Spanish created the first vineyards in Chile in the mid-16th century. This wine history was greatly expanded….
The Andes Mountains extend from Venezuela through Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, and Chile and they’re the source of the mighty Amazon River that runs through South America. The Andes….