Chile’s long, slender silhouette stretches some 2,653 miles from the tropics of the north down into Patagonia and the icy fingertip of the continent. The country encompasses such diversity of geology and terrains that it holds a special appeal for nature lovers and adventurers.
Immense ice fields and glaciers combine with the surreal granite spires of Torres Del Paine in Patagonia. The driest spot on earth, the Atacama Desert is home to fantastic moon-like topography, geysers, sculpted dunes and flamingo lagoons. The dazzling lakes and snowcapped volcanoes of the Lake District; and the hot springs, glaciers and temperate forests of the Carretera Austral invite exploration.
The Magellan Strait opens to the wildlife lands of Tierra del Fuego and Cape Horn. Some 2,300 miles offshore await the mysteries of the giant stone heads, moais, of Easter Island.
Along with these stellar landscapes, Chile also boasts sophisticated cities such as its capital, Santiago. In a beautiful valley surrounded by snowy Andean peaks, the city is a wonderful base for exploring the country’s famous wine estates. Luxury Chile travel pleases the connoisseur – be that of wines or mountaintops.
Chile & Bolivia 16 Days New Reality Interest(s): Sustainable Travel, Adventure Travel
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Discover some of the most dramatic and largely untouched landscapes in Latin America, including Patagonia, Atacama Desert and the Bolivian Antiplano.
Antarctica & Chile including remote Patagonia 16 Days Enrichment Series Interest(s): Sustainable Travel, Adventure Travel
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Take in Patagonia's famed Torres del Paine Park, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve of remarkable landscapes of mountains, forests, pampas, glaciers, lakes, rivers and waterfalls. Experience the largely undiscovered Aysén Region in Chilean Patagonia.