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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Mercado Mastica is a family scene where the work of small independent producers in Chile is shown. Founded in 2015, Mercado Mastica has grown organically, opening up to different areas such as design and fashion. Today we are a platform that has spread the work of more than 1000 entrepreneurs, and we continue to grow.
Located between the north bank of the Mapocho River and the San Cristóbal Hill, the Bellavista neighborhood is known as one of the most important meeting points of the Santiago bohemian.
If the adventure runs through your veins, you are in the right place. This corner of Patagonia challenges you to climb its impressive hills, such as Mackay or Cerro Castillo. The trekking becomes a mandatory excursion and fly fishing gives you a relaxing space in the middle of impressive rivers.
In the Plaza Colón, surrounded by Arturo Prat streets, José de San Martín, Antonio José de Sucre and Jorge Washington, this clock tower is located, which is also a historical monument since 1986. It emulates in its shape the bell tower of the Palace of Westminster in London, seat of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
San Rafael exhibits marvelous topographic variety. Its sea fauna and channels, islands, snowcaps and fjords offer a grat place for tourism. The Northern Ice Field, San Rafael Lagoon and San Rafael Snowcap, are the favorite spot for national and foreing visitors because of their amazing landscapes and ecologycal biodiversity. (Declared Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO).
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.
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 in an extraordinary place called "Moon Valley" because of its similar look to lunar soil.
Founded as a fortress at Cape Horn in 1767, Ancud is today one of the most visited attractions by tourists from all over the world for being the best located city in Chiloé. It is the political and military capital, and has a beautiful urban infrastructure planning that combines the typical architecture of the area with the modernity of recent constructions.
Tour Cerro Castillo on horseback or trekking. Its trails deliver routes of different sizes and intensities. Do you want to test your capabilities? Do the full-day trekking if you want a condensed experience, but if you are an innate athlete, take the adventure of 5 days and more than 45 km. of extension. High impact activity, it has become one of the most famous in the country thanks to its view of hanging glaciers and the possibility of crossing portezuelos where snow abounds in summer.
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