Best Things To Do in Chile
Chile’s history and awesome natural scenery offer a dazzling array of attractions to explore. A rich local culture and innumerable outdoor activities offer you an unforgettable time.
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In 1859, this Sanctuary temple was completed, located next to the main squareof Yumbel, whose construction was ordered in 1856 by the bishop of the time, Monsignor Hipólito Salas. So far the image of San Sebastián was transferred, where it remains to date.
Located in the VIII Region, 18 km. to the west of Yungay, this spectacular jump so little known, has a waterfall in which the Itata River falls of 75 meters. high by its cliffs, which were formed by the erosion of the rock, caused in the course of time by the river, you can see its abundant vegetation with shrubs and wild flowers that surround the place.
The Calle Calle River is born from the San Pedro River, in the Los Lagos commune, a population of Calle Calle, towards the south of Chile. Called "KalleKalle" in Mapudungun, the Mapuche language, who took it for the abundance of the Libertia Chilensis plant that filled with white flowers at the river's edge.
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.
The lake is located in the Cordillera de la Costa. It is surrounded by native forests and plantations, where you can enjoy nature, go hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and observe the birdlife that congregates, where hundreds of black-necked swans stand out.
The Torreón Picarte or Torreón del Barro is a defensive construction built by the Spanish Empire in southern Chile, in the city of Valdivia, in the XV Region of Los Ríos. It is located at Ramón Picarte Street Nº1244, on the southern edge of the Calle Calle River. The Spanish Crown early perceived the strategic nature of the southern region of Chile, which through the Strait of Magellan and Cape Horn was an intermediate point for navigation from Europe to the American Pacific coast.
Pucón is located in the Region of Araucanía on the shores of Lake Villarrica and stands out as the most important Lake Resort of Chile. Surrounding areas have a lot of tourist attractions such as hot spring resorts, national parks, ski resorts, Mapuche communities, among others.
Anzota Caves, a place which thousands of years ago was home to one of the first South American cultures is now a popular tourist spot in Arica. Read about our visit there and other things to do in Arica, Chile.
This beach is located in the central area of the city of Antofagasta, near the historic district and in front of the Town Hall of the Municipality of Antofagasta. It corresponds to an embedded beach with 250m of front and berm width between 25m to 80m.
Located in the center of the Huanchaca Cultural Park, the musem has collections that cover different thematics, including the formation of the earth, how man related to minerals and how the latter looks at the universe discovering new constellations. It also has collections of rocks, minerals and marine fossils.
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