Chosen as the best adventure destination in 2015, Chile hosts from north to south some of the most spectacular landscapes on the planet that you should visit. From its capital, to the desert, passes through the melancholic Patagonia. Chile is a beautiful country that cries out to be explored.
Atacama in flower
Between November and December, a large expanse of flowers turns the most arid area of the planet into a natural rainbow that this year promises to be the most abundant of the last five seasons.
National Park Torres Del Paine.
The three pinnacles that give name to this reserve are dyed reddish tones with the first lights of the day. The “W” trekking circuit is an impressive route that goes into Torres Del Paine National Park and crosses glaciers, colossal towers and granite and rock horns, lagoons and valleys and allows you to see a unique flora and fauna. The total route covers 76 kilometers and its milestones are the Gray Glacier, the Green Valley and the Torres Del Paine.
Nestled in the farthest latitudes of the Pacific Ocean, Easter Island is one of the inhabited islands located farthest from any continent. The ahu Tongariki is the largest of the moai groups of the mythical Rapa Nui, is formed by 15 gigantic sculptures and represents the moment of maximum sculptural splendor of the island, with a ceremonial platform of 220 meters in length.
Iquique North of Chile:
captiva with its beaches of white sands and soft waves, beautiful wooden architectures erected during the time of splendor of the nitrate mines and valuable archaeological museums that show the Chinchorro culture that inhabited the area 5,000 years ago.
Chiloé South of Chile
Archipelago of magical islands and small islets scattered among the waters of the Pacific Ocean, home to a fascinating culture rich in legends and traditions that coexist between rural landscapes, fishing coves and colorful stilt houses that rise above the sea.
Fishing in Aisen
The Patagonian region of Aisén is considered one of the best destinations in the world for sport fishing. This corner of the southernmost Chile is differentiated from the rest of the territory by its leafy and moss-covered forests and abundance of water, with huge lakes, rivers, deep fjords, waterfalls and glaciers. The southern road that leads from Puerto Montt to Villa O’Higgins crosses this entire region for more than a thousand kilometers.