Get to know Chile, its capital, and its closest nearby coastal attractions, like Valparaiso and Viña del Mar...[+]
Get to know Chile, its capital, and its closest nearby coastal attractions, like Valparaiso and Viña del Mar. Enjoy wines from one of the most famous Chilean wineries: Concha y Toro, and then end your stay with a few days in the driest desert in the world: Atacama, having intimate contact with its natural surroundings and painted landscapes.
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Easter Island is the largest island of Insular Chile. Also known as Rapa Nui or "Te Pito O Te Henua" ("Navel...[+]
Easter Island is the largest island of Insular Chile. Also known as Rapa Nui or "Te Pito O Te Henua" ("Navel of the World"). Furthermore, it is considered the most remote inhabited island in the world, and with it was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. We invite you to explore its privileged landscape of pink sand beaches, such as the Ovahe; or the paradisiacal charm of Anakena, its volcanoes and grassland rolling away the horizon to go both on foot or horseback. Moreover, its exquisite flora and marine fauna urge us to discover it either diving or walking quietly by their caverns. Let yourself be amazed by the narrative of the history of the Moais, faithful witnesses of the rise and fall of a millennial society.
San Pedro de Atacama is an ancient village located in the north of Chile. This site stands out as being an a...[+]
San Pedro de Atacama is an ancient village located in the north of Chile. This site stands out as being an area of great tourist and archaeological interests. In addition, the village is also known as the perfect gateway for exploring the world's driest desert, the “Atacama Desert”. Its spectacular scenery provides visitors stunning topographical features, such as Lagoons, Volcanoes, Salt flats, Geysers, natural Hot Springs; that along with the clearest skies in the world, are some of the attractions you can find in this fascinating destination.
Santiago city despite its modern infrastructure still remains its history through its architectural heritage...[+]
Santiago city despite its modern infrastructure still remains its history through its architectural heritage. This city provides a wide range of gastronomy, culture, and shopping offer that complement its strategic location. Consequently, Santiago allows the visitor to be closer the stunning snow-capped Andes Mountains, the majestic sea and the countryside with some of the oldest and recognized vineyards of Chile, which give rise to the wines of recognized world renown.
Fly away to this prized destination in South America to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of this splendid city. ...[+]
Fly away to this prized destination in South America to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of this splendid city. Stop by the Church of San Francisco, the oldest church in the city, which contains the first Virgin Mary icon brought by a conquistador as a protection against the natives. After admiring the architecture, head next door to the Museo Colonial which contains a collection of art from the Spanish period. Then perhaps stop for a brief refreshment break at Emporio La Rosa, a venue which makes wonderful exotic ice cream flavors such as chocolate-basil, rose and cherimoya . Check out the views of the city from Santa Lucia Hill or catch the San Cristobal funicular up to the statue of the Virgin Mary. In the evening, peruse the schedule of events for Mapocho station, a beautifully restored rail station which now hosts concerts, art exhibits and fashion shows or perhaps simply enjoy a Pisco sour at a bar near your hotel.
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