Capital of Chile, distinguished in 2011 by the New York Times among the best destinations in the world, captivating for its art museums, sophisticated restaurants and design proposals that have impregnated some of its most famous neighborhoods.
Wine routes, modern ski resorts and an extensive coastline just 100 kilometers away, are another of its great attractions, close to allowing you to enjoy the snows of the mountain in one day and then down to the sands of the coast.
More information about Santiago at: https://www.welcomechile.com/santiago/paseos.html
Due to its architectural wealth developed mainly at the end of the 19th century, in 2003 its historic center was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, becoming the third Chilean site protected by the international body.
Known as the jewel of the Pacific, it corresponds to a port city declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Famous for its upholstered hills with colorful architectures, steep stairs and unique elevators, which like an amphitheater embrace the bay. Over Valparaíso and Viña del Mar in:
A beautiful and vibrant village located in the Atacama Desert at heights above 2,400 meters above sea level, a fascinating place that dazzles for its picturesque white architecture and narrow streets surrounded by majestic landscapes of mountain ranges and salt flats.
Paradisiacal environments such as the Tatio geysers, the Moon Valley and the DeathValley are another of its attractions, natural wonders that are intermingled with magical rural villages and ancient archaeological sites of the Atacama culture, which show a sample of twelve thousand Years of human occupation.
More information about San Pedro de Atacama: https://sanpedroatacama.com/en/
Torres del Paine National Park is one of Chile's largest and most important national parks, and a protected wilderness area.
It presents / displays a great variety of natural surroundings: mountains (among them the complex of the mountain Paine - whose main summit reaches the 3050 m - the towers of the Paine and the horns of the Paine), valleys, rivers (Gray, Pehoé, Nordenskjöld and Sarmiento), glaciers (Gray, Pingo, Tyndall and Geikie, belonging to the Southern Patagonian Ice Field).
More information about Torres Del Paine at: https://torresdelpaine.com/
It is an island of Chile located in Polynesia, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean to 3700 km of Caldera It has an area of 163.6 km ², which makes it the largest island of Chile insular, and a population of 5035 inhabitants, concentrated in Hanga Roa.
The island is one of the main tourist destinations of the country due to its natural beauty and its mysterious ancestral culture of rapanui ethnicity, whose most notable vestige corresponds to huge statues known as Moai. In order to preserve these characteristics, the government administers the rapanui National Park through Conaf, while UNESCO declared this park as a World Heritage Site in 1995.
More information Easter Island: http://imaginaisladepascua.com/la-isla-de-pascua/