Six-and-a-half years, 20 countries, 25,000 miles, and 27 pairs of shoes later, Martin Hutchinson, 52, is still walking.
The Fundo Playa Venado, located in southern Chile on the road that links the city of Puerto Varas to the town of Ensenada, is one of the most attractive agro tourism projects in the area.
The "W" trek in Torres del Paine National Park is Chile's signature trek.
Ever since I first laid eyes on photographs of Chile's stunning Capilla de Mármol, or Marble Chapel, I've been drawn to visit the place for myself.
The brilliant panoramas of Chile's northern deserts, the landscapes of Patagonia, and the jagged Andes of the country, the journey is often just as magical as the destination itself.
The "W" trek in Torres del Paine National Park is arguably the most famous hike in Chile - and it's easy to see why.
Say the phrase "Cohaique, Chile" to a fly fishing enthusiast anywhere in the world and you'll undoubtedly be met with an enthusiastic grin.
Combine the digital age with Chile's photogenic nature, and it is no surprise that there are hundreds of thousands of images and videos of the country floating about the internet.
Along the narrow road across the pampas between Puerto Natales and Torres del Paine lies a cave whose archaeological treasures tell stories of a prehistoric Patagonia where megafauna once roamed the land.
Each year, thousands of visitors the world over are drawn to Parque Nacional Torres del Paine for its twisting granite turrets, blue-opal lakes, and giant glacier fields.
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