Surrounded by the Andes and the pacific ocean you find Chile, a country full of history, culture and traditions. The varierty of climates and geography makes Chile a land of extremes, palpable in its climates, its geography and its people.
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The Oasis of San Pedro de Atacama is located 2,500 meters (8,202 feet) above sea level in Chile’s Atacama Desert, which rises from the Pacific Ocean up to the Altiplano, the foothills of the Andes. Atacama is known as the driest place on Earth.
San Pedro de Atacama
Rapa Nui - Easter Island
At 3.700 km off the South American continent and surrounded by the infinite blue Pacific Ocean, Rapa Nui has been the cradle of a unique and enigmatic culture that continues to endure today under the watchful eyes of the enormous carved stone Moai.
declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2002, the city’s landscape has welcomed new hotels, restaurants and bookstores. But the port’s traditional culture remains, and the history of “Pancho,” as local residents affectionately call their city, is visible in every corner, particularly in the port neighborhood.
Capital of Chile and home to 5.1 million people.
Discover one the most iconic neighborhoods of Santiago: Lastarria goes back to mid 18th century and keeps their history and heritage very alive.
Cut off from the world by great natural barriers of the sea, the mountains and the ice fields. For centuries, Patagonia was the end of the known world. A mythic, far away land inhabited by people of great stature and strange customs.