Chile offers something for every
travelers, from the dry Atacama Desert which looks like a moonscape of salt
flats, to volcanoes and raging rivers. Patagonia in the south is a majestic
wilderness of snowy peaks, and the incredible Torres del Paine National park.
Situated between the Andes in the west and the southern Atlantic Ocean in the east and south, lies Argentina. It is the second largest country of South America after Brazil and the 8th largest country in the world. It is bordered by Paraguay and Bolivia in the north, Brazil and Uruguay in the northeast, and Chile in the west and south. In addition, it also claims the Falkland Islands and South Georgia and under the name of Argentine Antarctica, part of Antarctica. The name Argentina is derived from the Latin word argentum, meaning silver.
Extensive vineyards offer world-class wines and off the of Chile likes the mystical Easter Islands, home to golden beaches and mysterious Moai
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Chile is something like the 12th largest wine producing country in the world. There are approximately 271,000 acres of vineyards there. Each grape variety is grown in a specific place, a factor that sets Chile apart in its development of different varieties of wine. has come into its own.learn more
Starting in Santiago this tour offers you the best of both Chile and Argentina. Journey to the southern point of Ushuaia, enjoy time in Puerto Natales, visit the Balmaceida and Serrano Glaciers, venture into the Torres del Paine before heading off to Perito Moreno and Buenos Aireslearn more
Easter Island, home of the most advanced culture in all of Polynesia, is often considered to be the world's largest open air archaeological museum in the south-eastern Pacific Ocean, at the south easternmost point of the Polynesian triangle. The island is a special territory of Chile. Easter Island is famous for its monumental statues, called moai , created by the Rapanui people.learn more
The W in Torres del Paine is the most popular multi-day hike in the Torres del Paine National Park. The Torres comprises mountains, glaciers, lakes and rivers. The landscape of the park is dominated by the Paine massif, which is an eastern spur of the Andes located on the east side of the Grey Glacier, rising dramatically above the Patagonian steppe.learn more
On the northern Carretera Austral, a true hiker's paradise has been developing over the last few years. Easy to moderate day hikes take you along well-developed hiking trails to thundering waterfalls, millennial alerce trees, little known glaciers and even to the crater of a volcano.learn more