Spindly Chile stretches 4300km – over half the continent – from the driest desert in the world (near San Pedro de Atacama) to massive glacial fields. Filling up the in-between are volcanoes, geysers, beaches, lakes, rivers, steppe and countless islands. Slenderness gives Chile the intimacy of a backyard (albeit one fenced between the Andes and the Pacific). What’s on offer? Everything. With easy infrastructure, spectacular sights and hospitable hosts, the hardest part is choosing an itinerary.

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Explore the driest desert in the world

Atacama Desert
atacama desert

Tailor made Patagonia

Torres del Paine

Expedition cruise around the end of the world

Ushuaia, Cap horn, Chilean fjords and Megellan strait
Board the Australis Cruises and explore the wonders of the southernmost Patagonian channels and see the main attractions of Tierra del Fuego, Strait of Magellan, Beagle Channel and Cape Horn. Embarque a bordo de los cruceros Australis y descubra las maravillas del fin del mundo: la Tierra del Fuego, el estrecho de magallanes y el cabo de horno. Read More »

Family friendly Patagonia

Endless Activities in the Lakes districts
Peuma Hue
Bariloche, in Argentina and Puerto Montt in Chile are the gateway into the beautiful Lakes districts of Patagonia. They offers a variety of diverse outdoor possibilities for each and every visitor, allowing them to enjoy its extensive landscapes and untouched nature. The lakes beckon, and the crystal-clear rivers and pine forests await you. Read More »

Ski in July & August

Portillo, Bariloche o Las Leñas
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Since the seasons are reversed on this side of the southern hemisphere, you can come ski in Argentina or Chile through July and August. With a very alpine landscape, Bariloche is the not only a great place to ski but also an active city offering a variety of alternative activities. Read More »