An experience at the end of the world
Its impressive natural barriers make it a fortress full of life and visions as attractive as unconventional, a territory that allows moving easily throughout it thanks to the development of the tourism industry, but surprises with places that seem unreachable. Discovering Chile is much more than a tour; it is an experience at the end of the world.
With territories in America, Antarctica and Oceania, Chile is one of the few countries able to offer such a variety of locations, climates and landscapes. From the driest desert in the world to the ancient glaciers of the far south, the traveler is exposed to a unique and moving experience between the Andes Mountain Range and the Pacific coast.
Mountains and volcanoes, extensive valleys that produce world-class wines, native forests, lakes, rivers and plains of exceptional colors are part of the scenes that frame the experience of a country of contrasts that is fully connected with its nature.
In addition to its capital, Santiago, which has earned a place in Latin America due to its cleanliness, order, modernity and security, Chile has five great historical places that have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO: the city and port of Valparaiso; Easter Island, with the Rapa Nui ethnicity; the saltpeter mines of Humberstone and Santa Laura; the Sewell Mining Camp, and the Churches of Chiloé.
1. Natural Inspiration
To travel throughout it is to connect with an overwhelming nature with resources such as mountains, geysers, volcanoes, lakes, forests, glaciers and a rich variety of endemic flora and fauna.
2. Adventure and Sports
Its impressive geography makes it one of the best places in the world to practice activities closely related to nature such as skiing, trekking, rafting, fly fishing, diving, surfing, and bird watching.
3. Culture and Heritage
Chile is a country where different ethnic groups coexist. To this day its native people maintain traditions that are palpable through their beliefs, art and gastronomy.
4. Wine and Gastronomy
Wine and seafood are the most recognizable among its exportable food supply. However, because of its diversity of ecosystems, Chile has a wide range of products and dishes that combine elements of folk tradition with the best of international cuisine.
5. Recreation and Leisure
Santiago has become a multicultural center with endless options for fun. Also, Valparaiso charms with its steep streets and bohemian atmosphere, while Viña del Mar shines with its International Song Festival and a nightlife lightening up the coastal summer. Throughout the country there are countless cities offering culture and entertainment for everyone.
6. Health and Wellness
Nearly 270 hot springs along the territory makes it an ideal place for those looking to combine health, relaxation and nature. From natural pools in snowy mountains to modern spas in the heart of the desert, the offer is varied and has been enhanced by
the addition of multiple activities related to healthy living.
7. Touristic Wine Routes
The special combination of a warm Mediterranean climate with the geography of the country makes Chile an ideal place for the development of viticulture in valleys particularly attractive to foreign visitors.
There are 11 touristic routes that move through the history, the preparation of each vine, and tastings at wineries of great architectural value. Around this experience there are also horseback riding, trekking, and cycling routes, besides the opportunity to participate in the harvest and even produce custom wines; all coupled with world class infrastructure including boutique hotels, and restaurants that reinterpret ingredients from the local cuisine.
Chile Tourism Board