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A little bit about Chile

Chile is a magical place full of traditions, wisdom and magnificent landscapes. Due to the warm and welcoming people and incredible scenery, Chile is a must see destination, offering unforgettable experiences.

Chile is  a  long  and  narrow  country  lying  between the Andes  and  Pacific  Ocean. With its  wide  variety  of climates and diverse landscapes, Chile allows you to experience stargazing in the Atacama Desert, the driest  desert  in  the  world  and  hiking  in  one  of  the  world’s most  inspiring  national  parks,  Torres  del  Paine National  Park in Patagonia.  To  the  east  lies Easter  Island,  known  as  Rapa  Nui  with  its  giant  moai  statues  of human figures with oversized heads that lets you experience the unique culture of ancient Polynesian people.  Enjoy  untouched  and remote  areas  in  Patagonia,  discover  the  beauty  of  the  Lake  District  or  visit  the  metropolitan  city of Santiago. 

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What is the best time to travel to Chile?

Chile’s geographic and climatic diversity makes it an ideal country to visit throughout the year. Depending on where you want to go, however, some times are better than others. The time to visit Patagonia is from September to April, skiing is at its best in July and August while the northern Atacama region is a great year-round destination.

What do I need to bring to travel in Chile?

It depends on the tour and physical activity, however, for visiting the cities, bring lightweight clothing and if you visit during the wet season bring waterproof clothes.  We will provide a list of essential packing before the tour. 

Is it safe to travel in Chile?

South America has become a popular tourist destination, and so the government takes great steps to make South America safer. Chile is not known for violent crimes, however, in popular tourist places there is the risk of pickpockets. Some safety notes: do not take your valuables with you, leave them locked in a safety deposit box; keep your spending money, camera and phone close to you, preferably beneath clothing; do not go to areas where tourists are not expected; always use taxis with official identification.

Do I need to be fit to go to Chile?

It depends on the tour you wish to take. Chile offers a wide variety of outdoor activities, such as hiking, trekking, climbing, skiing and others. There are many trails ranging from easy to difficult and you can choose which one fits best with your physical condition. Or if you are not so active there are plenty of other options for you. 

What kind of power adaptor plug do I need for Chile?

In Chile the standard voltage is 220 V. The standard frequency is 50 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type C  /  L. Please  visit  the  following  link  to  see  the  information  for  a  specific  country

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Some of the main Attractions

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Torres del Paine

People who love hiking will be in their favourite place on Earth in Torres del Paine National Park. It encompasses mountains, glaciers, lakes and rivers making a hiking experience memorable. Enjoy stunning vistas and a large variety of wildlife.

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San Pedro de Atacama

Located in the second-driest place on Earth: The Atacama Desert. The town is surrounded with dramatic landscapes including salt flats, sandy deserts, rocky peaks and active volcanoes, a perfect place for photographers.

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Easter Island

A volcanic island with a mysterious and magnetic vibe due to the monuments known as “moai”. It is still unknown where these monuments of human figures with oversized heads came from or their purpose to the ancient civilization of Easter Island.

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Santiago is a buzzing and vibrant city with lots of events, theatres, parks, plazas and historical buildings. Enjoy the panoramic view over the city, visit the historic Plaza de Armas, go on a shopping spree or try some classic Chilean cuisine.

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Known as the ‘Jewel of the Pacific͛. It is home to some of the best street arts in Latin America, colourful houses and a bohemian vibe. You can wander around the city’s narrow streets and climb its endless staircases to enjoy many panoramic views.

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Puerto Varas

Puerto Varas is found in Chile's Lake District. It offers commanding views of snow-capped Osorno Volcano and Calbuco Volcano, both still active. It sits on the shores of Lake Llanquihue and traditional German-style architecture characterizes the town.

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