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With the soaring Andes to the east, the Pacific to the west, Patagonian fjords and glaciers down south and the spectacular Atacama Desert in the north, Chile is the kind of diverse natural playground that adventure-lovers dream about.


The amazing scenery of Patagonia is why many people travel to Chile - in particular Torres del Paine National Park with its iconic 3 granite peaks. But it's also worth considering Northern Patagonia - the landscape is dramatic and punctuated by waterfalls, rivers, forests and lakes.

Chilean Winelands

Central Chile is where you'll find the best concentration of wineries - many located in the Casablanca Valley and the Colchagua Valley. Some winemakers have created fabulous hotels on their land where you can combine relaxing amongst the vines with wine tasting. 

Vibrant Cities

Alongside this amazing variety of landscapes there are the fascinating cities of Santiago and Valparaiso - both worth visiting for their spectacular locations and contrasting atmosphere.

Easter Island

If time permits, I'd wholeheartedly recommend including Easter Island into your tailor-made holiday to Chile. Hundreds of mystical ancient moai statues face out to sea from a windswept volcanic landscape.



With good flight connections and a well-developed infrastructure, it's possible to fit in quite a few of Chile's riches in a 14-night trip without feeling too rushed. More sophisticated than many of its neighbours, a visit here is a great choice for a first foray to South America. And combining time in Chile with Argentina is always a very popular option. Get in touch and let’s plan your South America adventure.


Wander around the narrow, cobbled streets on the different hills (cerros) of Valparaiso with their quirky boutiques and colourful murals.

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