There are few places in the world where you can enjoy such diverse views as in Chile. Be mesmerized by the immensity of the desert in the north and fall in love with the freshness of the forests in southern Chile. Marvel at the salt flats of the Atacama Desert and the immense ice fields in Patagonia, passing through fertile valleys, volcanoes, reserves, and parks found throughout the territory. Get to know nature in all its splendor!
In Chile there is a natural wealth that you have to see with your own eyes. There is an oasis in the middle of sand dunes in the north of the country, the perfect destination to disconnect and have adventures; but if you prefer cold weather, landscapes full of native species await you in the south, ideal places to have a unique experience at the end of the world.
Discover famous species and others unique in the world, from small animals like the pudu to giant whales that will escort you in marine reserves and national parks. No matter where you go, remember to take a deep breath. Keep in mind that the majestic Andes and volcanoes scattered throughout Chile will be with you wherever you go.
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Owner of unique ecosystems, Chile invites you to become acquainted with numerous endemic species. Northern Chile will surprise you with the Blooming Desert phenomenon and its more than 200 wild species and its flamingos, vicuñas and rheas. You will find palm trees in La Campana National Park, a Biosphere Reserve located near Valparaíso. And if […]More information
Memorable landscapes await you in Chile, from the driest desert in the world to the Patagonia glaciers. Be sure to photograph the lakes, geysers, and national parks of the north. In spring, the Blooming Desert is a display not to be missed. You won’t be able to decide between Rapa Nui or Patagonia’s Torres del […]More information
Come and enjoy nature and watch Chile’s endemic species. Visit the Pan de Azúcar National Park in the north. In the central zone, explore the La Campana National Park, declared a Biosphere Reserve. Further south, you can visit the Radal Siete Tazas National Reserve and Villarrica National Park and live an adventure in Patagonia’s Vicente […]More information
Come and enjoy nature and observe Chile’s endemic species. Visit the Pan de Azúcar National Park in the north. In the central zone, explore the La Campana National Park, declared a Biosphere Reserve. Further south, you can visit the Radal Siete Tazas National Reserve and Villarrica National Park, and experience adventures in Patagonia’s Vicente Perez […]More information