In places like San Pedro de Atacama, Santiago, Patagonia, Easter Island, Torres del Paine, Carretera Austral, and more, you can find family tours and business journeys, all-inclusive tours, and ecotourism experiences.
Temuco is located 670 kilometers south of Santiago, the capital of Chile. It has about 300,000 inhabitants. Its name in Mapuche language (mapudungun) means "temu water". Temu is a medicinal plant used by the Mapuche natives for their diseases.
Great Santiago Tower
The Gran Torre Santiago (formerly known as Torre Gran Costanera) is a 300-meter-high skyscraper currently in the last phase of construction in Santiago, Chile. It is part of the Costanera Center complex, which includes a shopping center, two hotels and 2 office towers.
O'Brien Underwater Naval Museum
The O'Brien submarine belongs to the Oberón class and was built in 1971 in Scotland, at the request of the Chilean Navy, arriving in the city of Punta Arenas on August 10, 1976. After having completed 25 years of service it was discharged on December 31, 2001, being acquired by the Municipality of Valdivia to be used for its current use. It is the second of the Oberón class that remains afloat in the world and is one of the three submarines that exist in South America as a museum.
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.
Laguna del Laja National Park
Located 93 kilometers to the East of the City of Los Angeles, in the pre-Andes, this national park was created in 1958 and occupies a surface of almost 12 thousand protected hectares. Laguna del Laja National Park is made up mainly of El Laja Volcano and by the lagoon bearing the same name.