The Chile Travel Guide
Chile is a beautiful country with metropolitan cities, enchanting wildlife and spectacular scenery. Stretching over 4,270 km (2,653 mi) from north to south and roughly 177 km (110 mi) east to west, creating a country of dramatic contrasts. In the south, you have the mountains of Patagonia, and in the north, you have the dry Atacama desert. Whether you seek to explore the outdoors or prefer cities and wineries, the options in Chile are endless.
Download our Chile Travel Guide and see which destination speaks to you. This guide is complete with logistical info, including travel tips, recommended foods and drinks, best times to travel and even visa requirements. Learn about the must-see destinations and what to do in the different regions. Written by travel experts with extensive knowledge of travel in Chile and South America, you are sure to find plenty of valuable information in this Chile Travel Guide.
Highlights in the Chile Travel Guide
- Chile Travel Tips
- Recommended Tours in Chile
- Santiago de Chile
- The Atacama Desert
- The Lake Crossing
- Torres del Paine
- Chilean Wine Region
- Patagonia Cruises
Click here to request your Chile Travel Guide, and you’ll receive a PDF that you can download and save to read at your leisure. Chile is a great starting point for any trip to South America. There are plenty of international flights from the U.S. and Europe to Santiago de Chile, the capital. From Santiago, seamlessly combine a visit north to the Atacama Desert for some of the best stargazing in the world, or venture towards the Lake District and pass from Chile into Argentina. The options in Chile are endless and sure to impress all travelers.
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