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Chile Travel

Santiago: Founded in 1541, the capital city of Santiago offers plenty to do. Here, the Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino is a Chile travel standard, providing a look at native pottery and other artifacts in a building that was once a customs house. No Chile travel plans would be complete without a few souvenirs, and Santiago offers a wide array of colorful crafts markets with jewelry, woolen items, and other local specialties. Be sure to put a few wine bars or even a wine tour on your Chile travel itinerary; Chile is one of the world's leading producers of wines. While in Santiago, make Parque Metropolitano part of your Chile travel plans. Also known as Cerro San Cristobal, it's the city's biggest park and offers great views of Santiago.

Vina Del Mar / Valparaiso: A popular hangout for poet Pablo Neruda, Valparaíso is chock-a-block with crooked streets, stone stairways and unique architecture, making it a darling of South America tour veterans. Its homey, devil-may-care attitude stands in stark contrast to the prim beach town of Vina del Mar located not far away. Stately, manicured parks have earned Vina del Mar its nickname of “Garden City,” and its known as a popular beach locale for locals and Chile travel enthusiasts alike.

Valle Nevado / Portillo: If you're visiting a country known for its snowy mountain range, why not make skiing part of your plans? Chile travel offers lots of opportunities to ski and to stay in some pretty swanky resorts. Check out Villa Nevado located in the El Plomo foothills in the heart of Chile, or travel to Portillo, located near the border of Argentina and another major destination for skiers who travel to Chile.

Atacama Desert: With the ocean on one side and the Andes on the other, the Atacama desert offers plenty of unique experiences – and breath-taking vistas – for people who make it a part of their Chile travel plans. Salt plains, volcanoes, cactus – it's harsh, but beautiful at the same time. Make the tiny town of San Pedro part of your Chile travel plans; it's a great place to recharge during your desert explorations. And while you're in Atacama, plan to view the sunset at the Valle de la Lune, where the landscape's moon-like features come starkly into view as the sun sets. Watch volcanic peaks turn beautiful shades of pinks and purples. It's a staple of many South America tours.

Easter Island: Perhaps the most popular spot for Chile travel is Easter Island, and of course, travel to Chile would be incomplete without getting a close-up view of the giant Moai statues. But that's not all the island offers; hiking, snorkeling, diving, and horseback riding are popular attractions for many South America tours, and of course, the white sand beaches provide a great spot to relax.

Lake District: When you leave Santiago, head south to the lake towns of Puerto Montt and Puerto Varas. The latter is especially picturesque, flanked by two volcanoes and featuring architecture inspired by its German heritage, if your Chile travel plans include kayaking, fishing or even canyoning, either of these two destinations can serve as home bases.

Patagonia: Known for its rugged frontier appeal, travel to Chile wouldn't be complete without a visit to Patagonia. The area is dominated by peaks, plains and stark seascapes, punctuated by the soaring summits of Torres del Paine, a major attraction of Chile travel surrounded by a national park. Hike the trails and see the uniquely beautiful landscapes as well as native wildlife. Located nearby, Puerto Natales is the southern terminus of South America cruises along the Chilean fjords; Punta Arenas, the northern terminus, offers a mix of rugged charms and former grandeur, and provides plenty of options for Chile travel fun. 

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