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Take a trip to Chile
Welcome to Chile, a country with landscapes as diverse as they are spectacular. From the snow-capped peaks of the Andes to the arid deserts of Atacama and the wild fjords of Patagonia, Chile offers an unforgettable adventure at every step.
Discover fascinating cities such as Santiago, the vibrant capital, where modernity blends with colonial history. Visit the Atacama Desert, one of the most arid places on the planet, where steaming geysers, colorful lagoons and stunning rock formations await you. Then head for the crystal-clear lakes and majestic volcanoes of the lake region, such as Puerto Varas and Pucon, where you can enjoy water sports, hiking and relaxing in natural hot springs.
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Arica and Putre region
Discover the region of Arica and Putre, in northern Chile. This captivating destination abounds in spectacular scenery.
Start your exploration in Arica, a sunny coastal town with magnificent beaches. Then set off to discover Putre, a charming mountain village situated at an altitude of over 3,500 metres. For hiking enthusiasts, the Quebrada de Cardones canyon is a must, as is Lauca National Park.
Round off your trip by relaxing in the famous Jurasi thermal springs, where you can unwind and recharge your batteries while admiring the snow-capped peaks of the Andes.
San Pedro de Atacama
San Pedro de Atacama , a treasure nestled in the heart of the world’s driest desert, invites you on an extraordinary adventure.
Start your exploration in the Valley of the Moon, a magical place where the desert takes on a lunar appearance with its spectacular rock formations. Continue your journey to the Geysers du Tatio, a site that offers a unique experience. Early in the morning, as steam rises from the craters, you can watch the jets of boiling water rise into the sky.
San Pedro de Atacama is also the ideal starting point for exploring Laguna Miscanti and Laguna Chaxa. These lagoons boast turquoise
Don’t forget to visit the Puritama thermal baths, natural hot springs set in the middle of a canyon. The warm, soothing water offers a relaxing experience after a day’s exploration.
Chile’s Wine Route
Get ready for a unique sensory experience along Chile’s famous Wine Route. This adventure will take you through magnificent wine-growing landscapes, starting with Colchagua, a valley renowned for its production of quality red wines. Visit the prestigious Lapostolle and Montes wineries. Continue your journey to the Casablanca valley, renowned for its fresh, aromatic white wines. Stop at Emiliana Organic Vineyards, where you can discover sustainable viticultural practices and taste award-winning organic wines. Be sure to visit Viña Matetic, known for its biodynamic wines and modern architecture.
Next, head to the Maipo Valley, Chile’s oldest wine-growing region. Explore the iconic vineyards of Concha y Toro and Santa Rita, where you can immerse yourself in the country’s winegrowing history while tasting world-renowned wines.
Finally, end your journey in the Limarí Valley, an emerging wine region renowned for its elegant white wines. Visit the award-winning Tabalí and Cono Sur estates, where you can taste refreshing wines from vines cradled by the breezes of the Pacific Ocean.
Santiago du Chili.
Whether at the beginning or end of your trip, make a stopover in Santiago, Chile’s captivating capital.
In the heart of Santiago, the Plaza de Armas, the city’s main square, is a must-see. Soak up the vibrant atmosphere of this historic site, home to the Catedral de la Asunció and the Presidential Palace. Stroll the surrounding streets to discover beautifully preserved colonial buildings, fascinating museums and quaint cafés.
The metropolis also abounds in charming, trendy neighborhoods to explore. Bellavista, renowned for its nightlife, the Lastarria district where you’ll find designer boutiques and the colorful La Vega district, where markets abound with fresh fruit, colorful vegetables and fragrant spices.
For an all-round view and an escape from the urban world, take the cable car to the top of San Cristóbal Hill.
The starting point for your ascent of the Villarrica volcano is the charming town of Pucón, located at the foot of the volcano. Feel the excitement build as you prepare to climb its steep slopes. With an experienced guide at your side, you’ll climb the flanks of this fiery giant, admiring the breathtaking scenery of the region.
Once at the summit of the Villarrica volcano, prepare to be amazed by the panoramic views. Contemplate the smoking crater and the surrounding crystal-clear lakes, such as Lake Villarrica and Lake Caburgua. Let yourself be overwhelmed by the grandeur of nature stretching as far as the eye can see, with the Andes mountains as a backdrop.
On the way back down to Pucón, relax in the natural hot springs of Los Pozones, Termas Geometricas or Thermes de Huife. Immerse yourself in the warm, soothing waters and let stress and fatigue melt away. These are a true haven of peace where you can recharge your batteries in harmony with the surrounding nature.