Walk the Atacama Desert and its beaches or the wine path in the valleys in the center of the country.
Cerro Dragon or The Dragon Hill is a massive sand dune which is approximately four kilometers long, situated nearby the coast in the city of Iquique in Chile. Cerro Dragons hill is varying in height in between from 150 to 500 meters.
Jeinimeni Lake National Reserve
Jeinimeni Lake National reserve is located 57 kms southwest of the city of Chile Chico. It has a surface area of 161,100 hectares, in which you can witness the regions biodversity in all its magnitude. Its scenic beauty allows for the presence of the area's four ecosystems: deciduous forests, evergreen forests, steppe, and high peaks.
With 120 square kilometers of extension that include the Cui Cui and Fresia inslands, the lake has beautiful gray-sand beaches enabled for visitors with an equipped tourist infrastructure. In Lake puyehue it is possible to practice various sports activities, especially recreatinal fishing due to the presence of salmon and trout between the months of November and May.
The Huanchaca Ruins Museum
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.
The Petrohué River drains Lake Todos los Santos in Vicente Perez Rosales National Park. It is the largest park in the Chilean Lake District and adjoins Nahuel Huapi National Park in Argentina to form one of the biggest contiguous tracts of protected trans-Andean wilderness in South America. Established in 1926, it is the second oldest national park in Chile.
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.
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.