Category: Chile

Futaleufú – Carretera Austral area

Futaleufú is a world famous mecca for kayaking and rafting: experts rate its class 5+ rapids as within the top 3 in the world! But the region has so much more up its sleeve for you! This area with lush green forests and marvelous mountains begs to be explored!

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Elqui Valley – Chile

The crystal clear and unpolluted skies of the Elqui Valley, east of La Serena, make this area a world famous spot for observing the universe. The Elqui Valley is covered with vineyards, where grapes are normally used to produce delicious pisco!

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Hornopirén – Carretera Austral

It’s a miracle that Hornopirén hasn’t been converted yet in a bustling tourism mecca. There are few destinations with such a natural diversity, it’s absolutely a must for every traveller to stop here some days! The options are endless.

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Punta Arenas – Patagonia Chile

Punta Arenas is the southernmost (continental) city in America located on the shores of the Magellan Strait. Despite its remoteness, it has the most developed urban centre in Chilean Patagonia. Venturing out of town, pretend your name is Ferdinand and kayak on the strait, travel to Isla Magdalena or Seno Otway and waddle like a penguin amongst thousands …

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Iquique – Chile

Iquique is a gorgeous city where the sun shines practically all year round, making it excellent for paragliding (one of the best places in the world), surfing, scuba diving or sandboarding. Walking around town, the main street, Baquedano, is an attractive pedestrian boulevard with architecture that takes you back in time

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Chaitén – Carretera Austral

Chaitén is the main hub to visit the fabulous and enormous Pumalín Park, where you can admire glaciers, waterfalls, verdant temperate rainforest, 3000-year-old Alerce trees, and volcanoes, including the notorious Chaitén Volcano.

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Arica – Chile

Arica is the northernmost city in Chile, just 19 km south of the Peruvian border. It’s called “the city of the never ending spring” because it rarely ever rains and therefore it’s possible to go surfing, paragliding, fishing, horseback riding and scuba diving here all year round.

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