Handpicked by a Chile Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Iconic Places to see in Chile'.

Valle del Elqui

Elqui Valley   Are you a nature lover looking for a different kind of relaxation experience? Then take the plunge and travel to the Elqui Valley. Visit one of the most important Valleys in Chile, where the production of wines such as Syrah and Carmenére stands out.   Walk around its hills planted with vineyards and visit the small villages that have combined agriculture with tourism...


The Moon Valley

Natural Sanctuary since 1982, the Moon Valley is a wonderful place with colorful geology. Located in the Sierra Obate depression, 2550 meters above sea level, it has different visual attractions that turn it into an extraordinary place called 'Moon Valley' because of its similar look to lunar soil. The Moon Valley is a perfect place to contemplate desertic nature, without flora, fauna, and humidit...


Humberstone and Santa Laura Saltpeter Works

Humberstone and Santa Laura works represent over 200 former saltpeter works where workers from Chile, Peru, and Bolivia lived in company towns and forged a distinctive communal pampinos culture.   That culture is manifest in their rich language, creativity, and solidarity, and, above all, in their pioneering struggle for social justice, which had a profound impact on social history. &n...

Chiloe Island

Are you planning a trip to Chile? Do you want to visit the island of Chiloé? After reading this guide about what to do and see in Chiloé you will not hesitate to include it in your itinerary. We wanted to visit the island of Chiloé several years ago and had never been there (the last trip to Chile was to Puerto Varas), but this time we made it. And we liked it so much that we want to share w...

Easter Island

Easter Island, Spanish Isla de Pascua, also called Rapa Nui, Chilean dependency in the eastern Pacific Ocean. It is the easternmost outpost of the Polynesian island world. It is famous for its giant stone statues. The island stands in isolation 1,200 miles (1,900 kilometres) east of Pitcairn Island and 2,200 miles west of Chile. Forming a triangle 14 miles long by seven miles wide, it has an area ...

Torres del Paine National Park

Adventure in Chile Torres del Paine National Park is located in Torres del Payne district, Ultima Esperanza province, in Magallanes y Antartica Chilena Region, Chile. Its official surface is 227.298 hectares   The park was founded on May the 13th, 1959 as Turismo Lago Grey National Park. Two years later the park was named Torres del Paine National Park. Nowadays the park takes place in t...


Lanalhue Lake

The lake that extends its 32.1 square kilometers between Cañete and Contulmo, is characteristic of its native forests of coigües and maníos and also for its bays, beaches, and peninsulas. The attraction offers the possibility of practicing water sports and enjoying incredible tourist services due to its optimal infrastructure and the variety of activities that can be carried out on site.  ...

Chiloe National Park

One of the accesses to Chiloé National Park is located very close to Curaco, where the Muelle de las Almas (Souls' Pier) can be visited. Many people decide to visit the pier very early in the morning and then go on a tour around some of the trails in the park. Those who are more adventurous and love camping and hiking prefer to spend more time in the park and leave the pier for another excursio...


Puerto Montt

Regional capital is the urban center par excellence in the Tenth Region that offers various high quality tourist services. Puerto Montt is important for commerce, gastronomy and for its beautiful typical architecture.   However, crafts and traditions are also relevant. With a remarkable handicraft and gastronomic market, the invoices of handicrafts in wool, leather, stones and wood are ...

Maipo Valley

Things to do in Chile   Maipo is at the very northern end of Chile's extensive Central Valley, running from just north of the Rapel Valley up to where the countryside begins to give way to houses and roads in the southern suburbs of Santiago. The Coastal Range separates the area from the Pacific coast, and on the eastern side, the Andes Mountains rise suddenly and dramatically, se...

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